16 janvier 2018

L’université européenne : utopie ou futur prometteur ?

The ConversationL’harmonisation communautaire de l’enseignement supérieur constitue un succès marquant de la construction européenne. La mise en place du système Licence, Master, Doctorat (LMD) dans l’Union européenne, copié dans de nombreux autres pays, facilite au quotidien les échanges d’étudiants étrangers et offre à nos universités un rayonnement mondial. Plus...

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2018, l’année où l’on passe à l’action !

The ConversationVous avez peut-être entendu l’expression, « The Year of Do », elle est déjà sur plusieurs lèvres. C’est la nouvelle campagne de l’agence mondiale Fiverr. Plus...

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Expérience, transformation de soi, construction du moi, affirmation du je

The ConversationUne culture de pensée relativement partagée aujourd’hui, présente aussi bien dans le monde académique que dans le monde professionnel, tend à privilégier l’énoncé de postures « constructivistes », faisant de la construction des activités et de la construction des sujets par et dans les activités des constructions conjointes. More...

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Pendidikan trans-ASEAN mengajak mahasiswa mengalami wawasan regional yang sesungguhnya

The ConversationRencananya adalah meningkatkan kualitas sumber daya manusia dan membentuk identitas regional, sambil menyumbang pada pertumbuhan ekonomi. Dari sekian banyak rencana aksi yang disusun pada ASEAN Summit ke-14 di Cha-Am Hua-in pada 2009, regionalisasi pendidikan tinggi mendapat tempat penting dalam agendanya. More...

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These five countries are conduits for the world’s biggest tax havens

The ConversationFirst came the Panama Papers, then the BahamasLeaks, and now it’s the Paradise Papers. Journalists continue to shed light on and raise a public outcry over the offshore financial centres that corporations use to reduce their tax bill – something that is still being challenged in court. More...

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What we can learn from closure of charter school that DeVos praised as ‘shining example’

The ConversationWhen Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and first lady Melania Trump visited Excel Academy Public Charter School last spring, DeVos praised the school as a “shining example of a school meeting the needs of its students, parents and community.” Melania Trump called the charter school “an exceptional example of a school preparing young women both academically and personally so that they may succeed in a global community.”
The visit made international headlines due to the fact that it also featured Queen Rania Al-Abdullah of Jordan. In terms of publicity, a school could not ask for a better platform. More...

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Trans-ASEAN education can play a role in building a regional community

The ConversationAs the celebration for last year’s 50th anniversary of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) wanes, ASEAN now face the tasks to realise the ambitious vision of an integrated socio-cultural, economic and political community. Education is one of the sectors identified as having a pivotal role in this community building process. More...

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Can the world’s megacities survive the digital age?

The ConversationToday, megacities have become synonymous with economic growth. In both developing and developed countries, cities with populations of 10 million or more account for one-third to one-half of their gross domestic product. More...

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When cities were Nature’s haven: a tale from Bangalore

The ConversationWe tend to think that nature and cities are polar opposites. Yet this is not true. As my research on Bangalore or Bengaluru – India’s IT hub – shows, for centuries, the population of this region grew because of nature, not despite it. More...

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The problem isn’t unskilled graduates, it’s a lack of full-time job opportunities

The ConversationThe Coalition government’s position on young people is best captured by the phrase “earning or learning”. If you are under 30, the government expects you to be studying in an educational institute or working for a living. More...

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