Discover Studying Abroad
|
|
TAG >> opinion
 
( 19 Articles Found )

Straight Talk: Indian government must limit research to select institutions

PM Narendra Modi recently said that research should be pushed to state universities. Here Dr. Pushkar argues against such a move.

"Effective teaching is exceedingly difficult to deliver virtually"

Senior Lecturer at the Westminster School of Media and Communication at the University of Westminster, Aasiya Lodhi, talks about coping with COVID19.

Straight Talk: India must make drastic cutbacks in academic research to ensure quality

Is research the only way to ensure the quality of Indian academia? Dr. Pushkar argues otherwise.

Get ready for the big shift in education

The time when education was defined by a 4-year degree might be over already. Here’s what you should prepare for now.

'Teachers in the US create own reading lists and assignments for syllabi'

Author, translator, poet and teacher Aruni Kashyap on Assam, America and the art of good writing

Inclusive learning technologies can improve access to education

When COVID19 mandated the use of technology in classrooms across the globe – it exposed the digital divide. Access remained as large a question mark as ever. But there is hope. Inclusive learning technologies designed for children with specific needs may play a crucial role in improving access.

COVID19 will not impact your post-study work opportunities in Canada

Canada has a reputation for welcoming its international students. In the current crisis, they’ve taken measures to more than justify it.

"There's never been a better time to be an entrepreneur…"

How is the entrepreneurial ecosystem evolving? Divyang Arora, newest member of the One Globe Forum Advisory Board, shares his insights.

How will technology impact student learning

Mr. Siddharth Maheshwari, Director of Amity Future Academy talks about the goals and benefits of technology in education.

'Most of the impediments to online learning are socio-economic… I don't see a quick tech fix for those'

Is online learning everything it’s cracked up to be? That is the question academics and students are still responding to globally. Ashoka University’s Mandakini Dubey weighs in.

PAGE 1 OF 2 | NEXT >

ADVERTISEMENT

Sign Up for latest updates and Newsletter

x