12 mai 2015

24/7 digital student support service launched

By Beckie Smith. In an industry first, guard.me, one of the international education sector’s biggest insurance providers, has partnered with Canada-based Morneau Shepell to launch a 24/7 international student counselling and support service. More...

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Dubai: KHDA forms VET quality assurance body

By Beckie Smith. Dubai’s Knowledge and Human Development Authority has established a new awarding body to regulate technical and vocational education as the government aims to fill growing skills gaps. More...

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Chinese enrolments soar at UK independent schools

By Beckie Smith. The number of K-12 students coming to Britain from mainland China has soared in the last year, with the Independent Schools Council census showing 2,893 new enrolments in 2014/15 – 800 more than last year. This is the first time China has overtaken Hong Kong as the top source country for ISC’s members, some 1,200 independent K-12 schools across Britain. More...

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TeamUp initiative to boost US-Japan mobility

By Beckie Smith. A year-long initiative to boost undergraduate mobility between Japan and the US is underway in a renewed effort to double the number of students moving between the two countries by 2020. More...

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Outbound Indian student growth overtakes Chinese for the first time

By Beckie Smith. Outbound Indian student numbers have bounced back from four years of decline with a year of rapid growth to break the 300,000 mark in 2014, an in-depth report on the sector has shown. More...

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Turkey mandates students study at top-500 HEI or sit domestic entrance exam

By Beckie Smith. Turkish students who study abroad must do so at a top-500 ranked university or take the domestic higher education entrance exam in order for their qualifications to be recognised by the government, under new regulations put in place by the Higher Education Council of Turkey (which goes by the Turkish abbreviation YOK). More...

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Russian, Indian institutes in pact for Higher Education Association

The Economic TimesIn an effort to strengthen Indo-Russian ties, the university communities of both the countries on Friday entered into a Memorandum of Interest (MOI) to establish a foundation for the formation of the Russian-Indian Association of Institutions of Higher Education.
Devang V. Khakhar, director, IIT Bombay and President of the Russian Rectors' Union VA Sadovnichiy, on behalf the universities' community, signed the MOI in the presence of President of India Pranab Mukherjee in Moscow. More...

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Arab students flock abroad as student mobility grows

Al BawabaThe past decade and a half has seen immense growth in the number of Middle Eastern students completing at least part of their university education abroad. This trend has been fueled by government sponsorship schemes such as Saudi Arabia’s huge King Abdullah Scholarship Program (KASP), which is set to run until at least 2020. More...

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The best universities know talent can't be contained within borders

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "enca.com"By Jonathan Jansen. The world’s best universities know that their international status, reputation and ranking depend on recognising that talent cannot be contained within borders. Their leaders travel around the world to headhunt top academics and stellar postgraduates.
This is not a recent epiphany. Some of the Western world’s top-ranked institutions climbed the ladder during the 20th century by warmly welcoming academics who fled persecution in Europe. More...

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Le Master "Ingénieur en e-formation" de l'université de Rennes 1 (formation mixte ou à distance)


Quelles sont les spécificités du master -  MFEG  parcours "ingénieur en e-formation" ?
Une formation universitaire soucieuse du devenir de ses étudiants ne peut se cantonner à la construction des seules compétences techniques et pédagogiques,  elle se doit également de fournir des clefs conceptuelles pour donner du sens aux mutations que doit affronter l’entreprise apprenante du 21ème siècle. C’est pourquoi la spécificité de ce master est d’aborder la e-formation sous toutes ses facettes : la pédagogie (ingénierie, ergonomie, tutorat, travaux collaboratifs et web 2.0), la technologie (outils, informatique), mais aussi l’environnement (retour sur investissement d’un dispositif, commercialisation d’un dispositif).
Il se conclue par la réalisation d’un projet intégrant tous ces aspects.

Le master en 10 questions
Le contenu de la formation
Le tutorat
Le stage pratique.

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