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Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 07.08.2023
New program shows after school hours care can boost children's social wellbeing
New program shows after school hours care can boost children’s social wellbeing
A pilot study shows how after-school-hours care can play an important role in building children's wellbeing and social connection.

Pedagogy - Innovation - 02.08.2023
Teaching and Learning Centres created in Latin America to guarantee quality higher education

Health - Pedagogy - 01.08.2023
Oxford University team wins national teaching award

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 31.07.2023
Sexual consent education program wins $1.1 million research boost

Pedagogy - 28.07.2023
Changing attitudes about jobs and gender in India
PhD candidate Lisa Ho '17 studies barriers that limit women's participation in the labor force. As a high school student who loved math, Lisa Ho '17 was drawn by MIT's spirit of "mens et manus" ("mind and hand") and the opportunities to study both a subject and its practical applications.

Pedagogy - Computer Science - 27.07.2023
TUM and LMU open Konrad Zuse School
TUM and LMU open Konrad Zuse School

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 27.07.2023
A third of children with history of social care face school exclusion
A third of children with history of social care face school exclusion
Pupils in state secondary schools in England are much more likely to be excluded if they have a history of receiving social care or special educational needs services, finds a new study by UCL researchers.

Innovation - Pedagogy - 25.07.2023
Generative AI for all?
Generative AI for all?

Pedagogy - Innovation - 18.07.2023
University of Twente embraces opportunities of AI while being aware of risks

Pedagogy - 18.07.2023
Summer Programs Create Reactions in Young Scientists
Lemonade preferences are personal.   "I like it really sour!" one child yelled as Carnegie Mellon University student teachers passed out cups of lemonade and small, dried berries.

Innovation - Pedagogy - 18.07.2023
Learning from superheroes and AI: UW researchers study how a chatbot can teach kids supportive self-talk
At first, some parents were wary: An audio chatbot was supposed to teach their kids to speak positively to themselves through lessons about a superhero named Zip. In a world of Siri and Alexa, many people are skeptical that the makers of such technologies are putting children's welfare first. Researchers at the University of Washington created a new web app aimed to help children develop skills like self-awareness and emotional management.

Pedagogy - 17.07.2023
High Court orders pause in 'Student Group Claim'
High Court orders pause in ’Student Group Claim’
The High Court has ordered an eight month pause of the Court proceedings brought by a group of current and former students in response to changes in teaching during the pandemic and industrial action to allow for alternative dispute resolution procedure (ADR) to be explored.

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 13.07.2023
2023 Student Award nominees announced
2023 Student Award nominees announced
Utrecht University is proud of its students who achieve something remarkable, either as part of their studies or elsewhere in their lives.

Pedagogy - Law - 13.07.2023
3 Questions: Justin Reich on the state of teacher speech in America

Career - Pedagogy - 13.07.2023
Job quality is worse for teachers who are expecting an Ofsted inspection, report finds

Pedagogy - 12.07.2023
DREAMU Attend the new DREAM*U seminar on the contribution of peer tutoring to the empowerment of undergraduate students!

Linguistics / Literature - Pedagogy - 11.07.2023
More than 7 million euros for Els Stronks and Maaike Bleeker from Dutch Research Agenda

Pedagogy - 10.07.2023
How queen jaks is helping make teaching at Berkeley Haas more inclusive

Health - Pedagogy - 07.07.2023
Learning and long COVID: what are the risks and what you can do
Learning and long COVID: what are the risks and what you can do
Almost half the school pupils with long COVID felt they had fallen behind classmates, a UCL study shows.

Environment - Pedagogy - 06.07.2023
Andrea Lo ’21 draws on ecological lessons for life, work, and education
With a minor in literature and environmental sustainability, the biology alumna considers perspectives from Charles Darwin to Annie Dillard.

Pedagogy - 06.07.2023
With paid leave, older adults care for parents instead of grandchildren
In 2004, California passed a law requiring employers above a certain size to provide paid family leave to their employees. Much of the research looking at this policy has examined its impact on the work, income and leave-taking of new parents and women of childbearing age-but less research has focused on how paid leave may impact older adults.

Innovation - Pedagogy - 05.07.2023
New center for digital education technologies
New center for digital education technologies

Pedagogy - Research Management - 05.07.2023
ENLIGHT, coordinated bij Ghent University, pursues its European ambitions
ENLIGHT, coordinated bij Ghent University, pursues its European ambitions

Pedagogy - Campus - 04.07.2023
Creating communities with blended learning

Environment - Pedagogy - 29.06.2023
Smart technologies to show the benefits of plants in educational environments, created by a European project involving UPF
Smart technologies to show the benefits of plants in educational environments, created by a European project involving UPF

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 29.06.2023
Bespoke support for nursery practitioners in disadvantaged areas would boost language development
Early years practitioners working in socially disadvantaged areas should receive bespoke professional training to help boost children's English oral language development, finds a study led by UCL.

Campus - Pedagogy - 29.06.2023
U.S. Supreme Court overturns affirmative action: U-M experts available

Innovation - Pedagogy - 28.06.2023
Led by EUR, UNIC Looks to the Future and Secures Funding for its Bold, New Phase

Pedagogy - Health - 28.06.2023
Canadian collaboration to develop national standards for substance use education and intervention in schools
Canadian collaboration to develop national standards for substance use education and intervention in schools

Pedagogy - 28.06.2023
Strike action w/c 3 July: Information for staff
Strike action w/c 3 July: Information for staff

Pedagogy - Life Sciences - 27.06.2023
Learning doesn't stop when summer vacation begins
Learning doesn’t stop when summer vacation begins

Pedagogy - Social Sciences - 26.06.2023
A pedagogical and restorative method to improve inclusion of secondary school students with a migrant background in Europe

Life Sciences - Pedagogy - 23.06.2023
An escape room for families teaches fundamentals of evolution

Pedagogy - Computer Science - 22.06.2023
Annual report showcases computing science education success

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 21.06.2023
VUB’s Theodoor Kindercampus is new site for Huis van het Kind Brussel

Pedagogy - 19.06.2023
Challenge-Based Learning prepares the future change agents
Challenge-Based Learning prepares the future change agents

Pedagogy - 19.06.2023
Be tested in Berlin, study in Ukraine

Pedagogy - 19.06.2023
One in four older people doesn’t use the internet
Society is digitalising at lightning speed. We shop, book holidays and do our banking online, and are encouraged to do so.

Media - Pedagogy - 15.06.2023
’Start teaching young people media literacy on time’
In times of fake news and endless streams of information, it is important that young people learn to critically reflect on what they read or see online.

Pedagogy - 15.06.2023
Kick-off for the Next Round of Freie Universität Berlin’s International Continuing Education Program

Chemistry - Pedagogy - 14.06.2023
'It's no longer one strike is out for students'
’It’s no longer one strike is out for students’

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 13.06.2023
Indigenous podcasts strike a chord

Pedagogy - 12.06.2023
Research Portal now also shows teaching activities

Pedagogy - 12.06.2023
Research Portal now shows teaching activities

Pedagogy - 08.06.2023
Fertility in England and Wales at lowest recorded level for women in all education groups: Oxford research
Fertility in England and Wales fell to its lowest recorded level between 2010-20 - for women across all educational groups - according to a new study  today in  Population Studies,  from  John Ermisch  Emeritus Professor from Oxford's  Leverhulme Centre for Demographic Science.

Pedagogy - 07.06.2023
Limited resources leave school leaders with few options to manage poor behaviour
School leaders in England feel compelled to continue using a system of escalating punitive measures to manage student behaviour, even though they recognise it fails some pupils, new research suggests.

Life Sciences - Pedagogy - 07.06.2023
European University NeurotechEU looks back on the initial funding phase
European University NeurotechEU looks back on the initial funding phase

Economics - Pedagogy - 06.06.2023
Real-world value of strategy courses for MBA students
More than 100,000 Master of Business Administration students graduate each year in the United States, and all of them take at least one strategy course.

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 02.06.2023
UK's poorest children less likely to understand of personal finances
UK’s poorest children less likely to understand of personal finances
A "sizeable" gap in the financial knowledge of children, depending on which socio-economic group they come from, has been identified in a new study of more than 3,700 UK families, led by UCL researchers.

Pedagogy - Campus - 02.06.2023
TU Delft draws attention to their wide range of Lifelong Learning options