Assessment is not always an ‘either/or’

Assessment is not always an ‘either/or’

Photo by Soda North on Pexels.com Do you constantly associate the Western education as more formative-focused and student-centred while the Eastern education as more teacher-centred and summative-focused? This is a typical belief amongst instructional scientists, designers and basic academics around …

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Article of the month – Issue 2, 2021

Article of the month – Issue 2, 2021

‘‘ Reflections on decolonizing peace education in Korea: a review and some decolonial pedagogic techniques’ , by Kevin Kester, Michalinos Zembylas, Loughlin Sweeney, Kris Hyesoo Lee, Soonjung Kwon and Jeongim Kwon (complimentary to see up until 31st March 2021). This …

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Guidance for our ‘Points of Departure’ section

Guidance for our ‘Points of Departure’ section

As part of our journal’’ s continuous advancement and enhancement, the editors have actually modified the assistance for our ‘‘ Points of Departure’ ’( POD) area. Photo by Negative Space on Pexels.com This alternative motivates submissions that move far from …

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Dear lecturer in higher education

Dear lecturer in higher education

Dear lecturer in higher education, Disability scholars working in the art of inclusion encourage you to regularly ask yourself: When you stand in front of your students, who do you see? Who don’t you see? When you start talking, who …

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Special issue: call for papers

Special issue: call for papers

Critical perspectives on teaching in the multilingual university (co-editors: Ibrar Bhatt, Mbulungeni Madiba and Khawla Badwan) Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com For all societies aiming to play a part in the global economy, language policy in higher education teaching is …

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