Tag Archive | Vietnam tertiary study

The LSU Top 5 #56

This is the 56th of our top 5 bits and pieces about education from around the internet. (Linking doesn’t mean we necessarily agree with these articles!) The King of MOOCs Abdicates the Throne – Slate It seems the hype over massive open online courses is being tempered. Two years ago, he was predicting that MOOCs […]

The LSU Top 5 #56

  This is the 56th of our top 5 bits and pieces about education from around the internet. (Linking doesn’t mean we necessarily agree with these articles!) Typography Book Explores What It Feels Like To Have Dyslexia – Huffington Post Noticing that dyslexia education seemed entirely focused on helping dyslexics to read better, Sam Barclay […]

The LSU Top 5 #49

This is the 49th of our weekly links to the top 5 bits and pieces we’ve found from around the internet. (Linking doesn’t mean we necessarily agree with these articles!) ‘Parents, don’t overrate your children,’ says seasoned educator – Tuoi Tre The high school principal gave some excellent advice to his students’ parents in this […]

The LSU Top 5 #48

This is the 48th of our weekly links to the top 5 bits and pieces we’ve found from around the internet. (Linking doesn’t mean we necessarily agree with these articles!) Colleges’ Role Shouldn’t End at Graduation – The Chronicle of Higher Education With the transition from university to the workforce longer and often more complex […]

The LSU Top 5 #46

This is the 46th of our weekly links to the top 5 bits and pieces we’ve found from around the internet. (Linking doesn’t mean we necessarily agree with these articles!) Silence as a pedagogical tool – Times Higher Education Silence can be used to encourage student contemplation and a “democratic” classroom. I have conducted my […]

The LSU Top 5 #44

This is the 44th of our weekly links to the top 5 bits and pieces we’ve found from around the internet. (Linking doesn’t mean we necessarily agree with these articles!) ‘Majoring in a Professor’ – Inside Higher Ed Students’ decisions about what to major in is “overwhelmingly” influenced by who teaches them in each major’s […]

The LSU Top 5 #43

This is the 43rd of our weekly links to the top 5 bits and pieces we’ve found from around the internet. (Linking doesn’t mean we necessarily agree with these articles!) My Existential Moment and Why Teachers “Making It Relevant” in the Classroom Bothers a Cognitive Scientist – The Relevant Classroom A blog called ‘The Relevant […]

The LSU Top 5 #42

This is the 42nd of our weekly links to the top 5 bits and pieces we’ve found from around the internet. (Linking doesn’t mean we necessarily agree with these articles!) Living in silos: Blindness, elephants and higher ed customer service – InsideTimsHead This piece calls for a de-siloing of universities, with departments and units being […]

Rote Learning: the best of a bad lot?

By Sam Graham and Truong Thuy Van, LSU Rote learning has a bad name in the West. Sure, we need to memorise things. An immediate grasp of times tables, for example, is useful. We also need a foundation of knowledge before we can do any serious thinking. However, encouraging rote learning or memorisation for it’s […]

The LSU Top 5 #37

This is the 37th of our weekly links to the top 5 bits and pieces we’ve found from around the internet. (Linking doesn’t mean we necessarily agree with these articles!) Students practice reading at preparatory class for university entrance exams – Vietnam Net Bridge This article reports on a class in Hanoi that had around […]

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