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22 avril 2019

Are PhD graduates expecting too much?

The ConversationWhen it comes to PhD graduates, it’s clear that supply now far outstrips demand. It used to be that doing a PhD almost guaranteed you an academic position but now, any guarantees are long gone. More...
22 avril 2019

The Aussie Coursera? A new homegrown MOOC platform arrives

The ConversationOpen Universities Australia, a private distance and online education organisation, has stepped into the world of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) with a new online platform called Open2Study. More...
22 avril 2019

Grammar lessons not the solution to undergrad writing woes

The ConversationUniversity students across the nation will be handing in their first assignments of the academic year over the next few weeks. More...
22 avril 2019

Millions wasted in education? That’s not what the evidence says

The ConversationThe complex issue of teacher quality is, of course, part of the equation, but state governments are also concerned that too many people are being allowed to study education leading to an oversupply of graduates. More...
22 avril 2019

Once upon a time: reclaiming storytelling in schools

The ConversationWith high stakes testing and a crowded curriculum, something fundamental is being left behind in education – storytelling. More...
22 avril 2019

Public good or playing markets? The real reason for MOOCs

The ConversationThe astonishing idealism and energy manifest in the advance of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) has taken the higher education world by storm. More...
22 avril 2019

Why we should never return to the three Rs

The ConversationOngoing calls for a rejection of “intellectual fads” and a return to “more traditional teaching methods” seem to be ramping up in the education debate. More...
22 avril 2019

Education before marriage: the latest on generational differences

The ConversationThe latest Australian Social Trends report, released today by the Australian Bureau of Statistics, compares data from the 2011 Census and the 1976 Census - proving just how different today’s young adults (aged 18-34) are from the previous generation. More...
22 avril 2019

Universities and the poorest billion

The ConversationIn the UK, and maybe in Australia as well Vice-Chancellors talk about core national issues surrounding education, research, policy, financing and technology transfer to enhance economic growth. More...
22 avril 2019

Business lobby yearns for a long-term view, but offers a contradictory wish list

The ConversationThere is much to consider when thinking about our future as a nation. We are a small, resource-rich, open economy facing a volatile global environment. We are particularly vulnerable to the impact of climate change. More...
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