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Pedagogy - 18.12.2023
TU Ilmenau builds 5G mobile network for cutting-edge research and teaching
TU Ilmenau builds 5G mobile network for cutting-edge research and teaching

Pedagogy - Campus - 15.12.2023
New toolkit to promote physical activity in classrooms 
New toolkit to promote physical activity in classrooms 
Dek: Western researchers create online hub with more than 200 physical activity videos, games for teachers  A free toolkit developed by researchers at Western University addresses an urgent need: boosting physical activity of children in Ontario's classrooms.

Innovation - Pedagogy - 08.12.2023
Three digital projects win the Transfer Center enaCom Ideas Competition
Three digital projects win the Transfer Center enaCom Ideas Competition

Campus - Pedagogy - 08.12.2023
U-M creates new bachelor’s degree in education for problem-solvers, learning leaders

Politics - Pedagogy - 01.12.2023
University of Manchester selected to offer highly regarded Parliamentary Studies Module

Health - Pedagogy - 30.11.2023
Despite pressures facing young families, parents take precious moments to play with their babies
Despite pressures facing young families, parents take precious moments to play with their babies
Four in five primary caregivers of nine-month-old babies reported cuddling, talking and playing with their little one several times a day, in the first national long-term study of babies in over two decades, led by UCL.

Music - Pedagogy - 29.11.2023
Bringing some fun to practicing an instrument
Bringing some fun to practicing an instrument
Heqiu Song defended her PhD thesis at the Department of Industrial Design on November 28th. Practice makes perfect.

Pedagogy - 29.11.2023
Triple Winner - One State Teaching Award and Two Postdoc Awards Go to the University of Potsdam
Triple Winner - One State Teaching Award and Two Postdoc Awards Go to the University of Potsdam

Pedagogy - 28.11.2023
Sustainable improvement of Hamburg's teacher education
Sustainable improvement of Hamburg’s teacher education

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 27.11.2023
New campaign highlights University of Glasgow’s commitment to improving its approach to Gender-Based Violence

Chemistry - Pedagogy - 27.11.2023
Facilitating learning chemistry with conceptual modelling
A team of researchers and teachers from the University of Twente developed a novel teaching method that uses conceptual modelling to facilitate learning and foster creativity in classrooms of chemical engineering students.

Pedagogy - Physics - 27.11.2023
Explaining quantum physics to teenagers
Explaining quantum physics to teenagers
Tim Bouchée defended his PhD thesis at the Eindhoven School of Education, which is part of the Department of Applied Physics and Science Education, on November 24th.

Music - Pedagogy - 27.11.2023
Striking a ’Crescendo’ in after-school arts programming

Pedagogy - 27.11.2023
Kids who feel their parents are less reliable take fewer risks vital to learning and growth
Kids who feel their parents are less reliable take fewer risks vital to learning and growth
Trying something new is a risk every child undertakes as they explore and learn about the world. While risk can be costly, it can also pay off in rewards or knowledge. But new research suggests children without predictable support from the adults in their lives are less willing to take those risks - and reap those rewards.

Pedagogy - Politics - 23.11.2023
Beyond Ofsted inquiry calls for ’transformational change’ in school inspection

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 21.11.2023
Prison Education Project Offers Students, Faculty New Learning Experiences

Pedagogy - Campus - 21.11.2023
Groundbreaking research into the imaginary play of infants and toddlers
A landmark study from Monash University has found that infants and toddlers are capable of engaging in imaginary play, correcting previously held academic beliefs that they were unable to, and confirming the profound significance of imaginative play in early childhood education. Funded through the Australian Research Council Laureate Fellowship scheme, the five year programmatic study, which involved researchers from the Faculty of Education at Monash University, engaged with over 2,500 educators and young children.

Campus - Pedagogy - 20.11.2023
Why Students Gain International Experience

Pedagogy - 20.11.2023
Synthetic imagery sets new bar in AI training efficiency
MIT CSAIL researchers innovate with synthetic imagery to train AI, paving the way for more efficient and bias-reduced machine learning.

Pedagogy - 17.11.2023
Rail strikes in December 2023
Rail strikes in December 2023

Pedagogy - Event - 17.11.2023
Celebrating diversity and cultural connections

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 16.11.2023
A call for unity and understanding: open letter from the Executive Board
A call for unity and understanding: open letter from the Executive Board

Health - Pedagogy - 16.11.2023
MedUni Vienna's diploma program in human medicine receives US recognition
MedUni Vienna’s diploma program in human medicine receives US recognition

Pedagogy - Campus - 16.11.2023
Homewood Early Learning Center relocating to a new state-of-the-art facility
Homewood Early Learning Center relocating to a new state-of-the-art facility

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 14.11.2023
UVic documentary celebrates resilient spirit of Métis nation
UVic documentary celebrates resilient spirit of Métis nation

Environment - Pedagogy - 14.11.2023
Environmental research centre, field school in Africa advance SFU's global partnerships
Environmental research centre, field school in Africa advance SFU’s global partnerships

Campus - Pedagogy - 13.11.2023
U-M ranks among leaders nationwide for students studying abroad

Pedagogy - Economics - 09.11.2023
The decline of the American dream
The decline of the American dream

Pedagogy - 06.11.2023
For her research Stillbirth Photography: A Healing Tool? Lena De Wolf investigated the role of photos of stillborn babies in the way that bereaved parents process their trauma. Taking photographs and regularly looking at them appears to support the grieving process of parents, other family members and even friends. De Wolf carried out the research for her master’s in agogic science at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, which she passed with great distinction. 
The inspiration for the study was a TV series on Canvas in which photographer Lieve Blancquaert explored practices relating to death around the world.

Pedagogy - 06.11.2023
Boys’ reading motivation continues to lag: how schools can address this problem

Pedagogy - Innovation - 03.11.2023
Inspiring future teachers with learning science
Inspiring future teachers with learning science

Pedagogy - 02.11.2023
Teachers call Ofsted inspections unfair and inaccurate, even in Outstanding or Good schools

Pedagogy - Campus - 02.11.2023
Celebrating the synergy in excellent teaching
Celebrating the synergy in excellent teaching

Pedagogy - 02.11.2023
Inclusive and entertaining educator wins excellence award

Innovation - Pedagogy - 02.11.2023
Getting teens hooked on science

Pedagogy - 02.11.2023
Teams unite to identify core needs of deaf children
Researchers from three universities have teamed up in a bid to discover which The team will then use the evidence gathered to compile a 'Top Ten' of the most important questions researchers should be trying to answer about childhood deafness and hearing loss.

Physics - Pedagogy - 01.11.2023
The power of representation and connectivity in STEM education

Pedagogy - Career - 31.10.2023
Marian Thunnissen appointed as endowed professor Lifelong Learning with and within Higher Education

Pedagogy - Social Sciences - 26.10.2023
Learning to swim in a safe space

Innovation - Pedagogy - 26.10.2023
'Challenge-Based Learning dares teachers to let go'
’Challenge-Based Learning dares teachers to let go’

Pedagogy - Career - 25.10.2023
E-mail from... TU Graz
E-mail from... TU Graz

Pedagogy - Innovation - 24.10.2023
Mobilizing creative learning with OctoStudio
Mobilizing creative learning with OctoStudio
A new coding app from the Lifelong Kindergarten group at the MIT Media Lab enables young people around the world to use mobile devices to express themselves creatively.

Pedagogy - Innovation - 23.10.2023
Advancing Student Learning at CMU Through Generative AI

Pedagogy - Economics - 19.10.2023
Sustained, purposeful investment key to 'leaving no girl behind', either in education or beyond
Sustained, purposeful investment key to ’leaving no girl behind’, either in education or beyond

Pedagogy - Mathematics - 19.10.2023
Learning how to learn
In a new book, Richard "Dick" Larson draws on a lifelong commitment to STEM education at MIT to offer accessible advice on solving everyday problems and making smarter decisions.

Pedagogy - Linguistics / Literature - 18.10.2023
Pupils from across England to visit China with Mandarin Excellence Programme
Pupils from across England to visit China with Mandarin Excellence Programme

Campus - Pedagogy - 17.10.2023
Edward Crawley: A career of education, service, and exploration

Health - Pedagogy - 16.10.2023
In the joint fight against sudden cardiac death

Pedagogy - 15.10.2023
Looking back at Diversity Day 2023

Pedagogy - 13.10.2023
Teaching beyond words
Even in digital courses, it's not just the spoken word that counts. Aspects such as tone of voice, eye contact and the appreciation experienced are also important, as a study by the University of Würzburg shows.