14 février 2016

L’essor de la vidéo, indispensable outil des enseignants

The ConversationPar . De récentes enquêtes conduites, en France par le CNC ou aux États-Unis par l’Université de New York, ont montré que la vidéo occupe une place centrale sur le réseau Internet. Voir l'article...

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Il faut une initiative européenne de MOOC !

The ConversationPar . Une étude de France Stratégie de février 2016 fait le point sur la maturité des MOOC en France et dans le monde. Elle appelle à prendre conscience de ce phénomène de cours accessibles par Internet qui est là pour rester même s’il ne se positionne pas sur les lignes initialement annoncées. Elle incite à réfléchir à une approche européenne concertée et le défi est là, à l’heure où Coursera, la plus grosse plateforme américaine, arrête les cours gratuits. Voir l'article...

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Why English language lessons are not the answer to radicalisation

The ConversationBy . David Cameron used an article in The Times and an interview on Radio 4’s Today show to announce £20m of extra funding to provide English lessons for Muslim women in the UK to prevent them from becoming “second-class citizens”. More...

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A decade after the riots, France has rewritten its colonial history

The ConversationBy . Ten years after the riots that hit France in 2005, there has been much debate about how far France has moved on from the images of burning cars, disaffected youth and urban apocalypse. More...

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Against the odds: how ethnic minority students are excelling at school

The ConversationBy . Students from some ethnic minority groups in Britain such as Chinese, Indian, Black African and Bangladeshi have significantly improved their grades over the last two decades. More...

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School curriculum continues to whitewash Britain’s imperial past

The ConversationBy . The Rhodes Must Fall in Oxford campaign has drawn attention to the way Britain continues to live with the legacies of its empire – and the failure to confront the history of its imperial exploits. More...

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History is not a morality play: both sides on #RhodesMustFall debate should remember that

The ConversationBy . Oriel College at Oxford University has decided not to take down a statue of the beneficent imperialist Cecil Rhodes despite the high-profile #RhodesMustFall campaign. More...

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Explainer: what happens to people who are suspected of being ‘radicalised’?

The ConversationBy . Channel – the UK government’s “deradicalisation” programme – is growing. More people are being referred for support, including a significant number of under 18-year-olds. Four out of five of these referrals are dropped. More...

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Why City firms struggle to challenge elitism

The ConversationBy . Elite City firms are, by their very definition, for the elite. But getting the best talent should not mean only hiring candidates from privileged backgrounds. Not only is diversifying talent good for firms, but it is also important for society – professional jobs play an important role in social mobility by allowing people from less affluent backgrounds opportunities to enjoy a well-paid career. More...

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Social mobility isn’t just about 18-year-olds: adults need life chances too

The ConversationBy . The prime minister has pledged to double the number of students from disadvantaged backgrounds entering higher education by 2020. David Cameron has signalled an all-out attack on poverty and has thrown down the gauntlet to universities to deliver on social justice. More...

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