Monthly Archives: April 2016

Teaching, Learning and Barcelona A recurring theme in education is that the way we teach students should mimic the role/job for which we’re preparing them. For example, there is a belief held by many that the way students should be … Continue reading

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Where the President got it wrong

In his recent speech to the EUA, President Higgins said the following: “The challenge we face is that we must confront an erroneous a prevalent perception that the necessary focus of higher education must be on that which is utilitarian … Continue reading

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