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Phenomenal Voices: The Pivotal Role of the Performing Arts [🎶|🎤] in Higher Education [🎓|📚]

P H E N O M E N A L 

V– ocalize our passions & experiences

O– ccupy academic settings with performing arts medium… 843 more words

Relaunching

For the past 3 to 5 years I have been reading some reliably great bloggers, like Stephen Downes, Audrey Watters, Maha Bali, and… 87 more words

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Work-for-free graduate employment culture

The continuing rise in graduate unemployment has seen a sharp increase in public sector organisations using unpaid interns.  The economic and employment crisis of recent years has seen this type of working practice expanded to different sectors, including higher education as this  241 more words

Taking Time for Self-Care

Being an undergraduate student pursuing a career in Student Affairs/Higher Ed, it’s easy to catch myself taking on everything and moving non-stop. With the first full week of classes behind me, I realized come the weekend that I wasn’t taking care of myself; I felt exhausted, unfocused, and unmotivated. 653 more words

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Teachers vs Technology

Teachers today face a new reality with their personal approach to instructing, among the decorated clad walls of a classic classroom.

Technology.

Although this debate has been watercooler fodder for quite some time, the future of this rivalry, still remains in question. 431 more words

Growing demand for higher education puts affirmative action in the spotlight — World Education Blog

By Michaela Martin and Alexandra Waldhorn, IIEP-UNESCO and Taya Louise Owens, GEM Report UNESCO Affirmative action in higher education is a controversial topic for many. On the one hand, some believe strongly that it is the route to equitable access in tertiary education; others believe it can amount to unfair discrimination.

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I Wanna Be Forever Young!

Before college, I had high hopes and dreams of becoming an Architect designing amazing, breath-taking structures, but like Biggie Smalls said, “It was all a dream… 784 more words

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