The future of school re-opening: What is the way forward?
Across the world, schools are mulling over the possibility of resuming classes; this seems to have created some boils in teachers and parents alike.
21 July, 2020Read More
Norway is first to join new UNESCO convention
Since the beginning of Covid-19 Pandemic, learners across the globe are deeply affected, irrespective of their age group. The Pandemic, at the same time, has also forced the higher education sector to realise ‘the need to scale up and strengthen internati
13 July, 2020Read More
New Zealand universities awaits government guidelines to welcome international students
Universities in New Zealand wait to welcome international students in 2021, but the government has thought otherwise. The universities want to make a quarantine model before September and await clear guidelines from the government.
23 July, 2020Read More
Consortium for Quality Online Learning: Changing Gulf education
The UAE seems to have taken its online education a leap forward by coming up with a Consortium for Quality Online Learning (UCQOL), joint venture of the UAE Ministry of Education and the Abdulla Al Ghurair Foundation for Education.
22 July, 2020Read More
European Commission unveils ‘testing’ plans for ‘University of the Future’
According to the latest report, the European Commission has revealed 24 additional alliances are joining the European Universities network, adding to the initial network of 17 announced in 2019.
14 July, 2020Read More
Should government facilitate Self-Learning as an alternative?
According to Malcom Knowles, self-learning is defined as: “a process by which individuals take the initiative, with or without the assistance of others, in diagnosing their learning needs, formulating learning goals, identifying human and material resourc
01 July, 2020Read More
World Bank approves $500 million for Indian schools: A closer look
The World Bank has announced the decision of its executive to approve a new project of $500 million to improve learning outcome and governance for government schools in six states of India. The project, named as STARS (Strengthening Teaching-Learning an
02 July, 2020Read More
International students in the US will have leave if institutions go ‘online-only’
Foreign students, pursuing studies in different schools in the United States might have to leave the country or face deportation in case their institutes decide to switch to an online-only method of teaching amidst the coronavirus pandemic. The Immigratio
08 July, 2020Read More
How do the foreign students contribute to the American economy?
Trump administration’s declaration comes at a time when the universities are struggling to reopen the campuses after the pandemic. Some universities have decided to adopt a hybrid teaching method – a blend of both online and offline classes. But do the fo
10 July, 2020Read More
Pedagogic change: Indian institutions to take up curricula on Cloud Computing from Amazon Web Services
Just when the country’s $180 billion education sector is warming up to the new reality of online education, Amazon’s cloud computing arm Amazon Web Services (AWS) is tapping the market by collaborating with institutes to train young students.
11 July, 2020Read More