24 août 2019

Indonesia ingin jadi No. 1 di ASEAN, tapi dalam dunia ilmu pengetahuan kolaborasi lebih penting

The ConversationSetelah untuk pertama kalinya mengalahkan Thailand dalam jumlah publikasi akademis, Indonesia optimis segera mengejar Singapura dan Malaysia—yang lebih produktif—di 2019. Namun, di abad 21 dunia ilmu pengetahuan lebih membutuhkan kolaborasi daripada kompetisi. More...

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Kebijakan “tiruan semu-ilusi kemajuan” hambat peningkatan kualitas pendidikan di Indonesia

The ConversationSistem pendidikan Indonesia menghadapi ragam persoalan yang akut. More...

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New survey reveals which religions New Zealanders trust most – and least – after Christchurch shootings

The ConversationThere is no evidence in the trust data of local anti-Semitism or Islamophobia in the form of a trust deficit displayed towards Jews or Muslims compared to mainstream Christian denominations. But there is some evidence of moderate disproportional social prejudice towards non-mainstream Evangelical Christians, with nearly four in ten of the population distrusting them. More...

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How Muslim women break stereotypes by mixing faith and modesty with fashion

The ConversationPrime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s decision to wear a headscarf following the Christchurch mosque attacks in March has earned her worldwide praise. But in an online backlash, critics pointed out that women in conservative Muslim countries have no choice and risk public rebuke, fines or even arrest if they don’t cover up. More...

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Establishing fitness to stand trial as the first step in Christchurch attack court process

The ConversationThe first question that will have to be answered before the case against the alleged perpetrator of the Christchurch mosque attacks can proceed is whether he is fit to stand trial. More...

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Get rid of private schools? We’d be better tackling inequalities between state schools

The ConversationWith more than half of Britain’s senior judges, top civil servants and diplomats also privately educated – not to mention substantial numbers in the media, arts and sport – the UK continues to be a country run and dominated by a privately educated minority. More...

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Teachers’ expectations help students to work harder, but can also reduce enjoyment and confidence – new research

The ConversationFor many students, pressure and expectation are just another part of the school experience. There is pressure to perform certain tasks, conform to uniform standards and to achieve one’s full potential. Then there are the expectations – that students will do their homework, turn up on time, and perform to the best of their ability. More...

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A-level results: a minority of students achieve predicted marks, so yes the system should be reformed

The ConversationWith A-level results day come the countless pictures of jubilant students leaping in the air. But despite those jumping for joy, results day can also be a nerve-wracking time for those waiting to see if they got the grades needed to get into their first choice university. More...

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STEM: efforts to inspire more children could be entrenching educational inequalities

The ConversationScience, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education is a priority for governments around the world. For example, the UK’s current commitment to increasing investment in research and development to 2.4% of GDP by 2027 means that we need to train 260,000 more researchers to carry out this work. More...

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What to do if you fail your GCSEs

The ConversationGCSE time is here again, with the annual focus on the success stories: the young person who passed all their subjects despite tragedy or illness, as well as the young people who have gained ten or 11 A* grades. More...

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