Post Tagged with: "Research & quality"

  • Critical Thinking Program Participants

    Critical Thinking Nepal

    “Critical Thinking is considered to be one of the most important tools in bringing democracy and open society values to countries in transition like Nepal is!” – Critical Thinking Program […]

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  • Romania: Teaching Diversity by the Book

    Romania: Teaching Diversity by the Book

    Эта статью также можно прочитать в русском переводе CLUJ-NAPOCA, Romania | Hamburgers are originally from the northern German city of Hamburg. Cappuccino was named after the brown-robed Italian Capuchin friars. […]

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  • Russia: New Approaches for a New Generation

    Russia: New Approaches for a New Generation

    KRASNODAR, Russia | Teachers of the humanities and social sciences often find it hard to compete with the information available to their adolescent students in this fast-paced digital age.  Furthermore, […]

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  • The World University Project

    The World University Project

    The World University Project (WUP), a very interesting endeavor based in Cambridge.  It’s headed by J. Nathan Matias.  From their website:

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  • Kazakhstan: Short on Funds, Not Ambition

    Kazakhstan: Short on Funds, Not Ambition

    ALMATY, Kazakhstan | With its booming oil industry, Kazakhstan, unlike many of its Central Asian neighbors, can certainly afford to invest in education. Yet, recent increases in its education budget […]

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  • Romania: Poor Marks for Bologna

    Romania: Poor Marks for Bologna

    CLUJ-NAPOCA, Romania | A week before being scheduled to defend her thesis and earn her bachelor’s degree in French and Hebrew, Anda Stefanescu has other more pressing things to worry about. […]

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  • CyberChaikhana Sample Chapter

    CyberChaikhana Sample Chapter

      CyberChaikhana: Digital Conversations from Central Asia, a book compiling the best posts from the neweurasia network, has released a sample chapter on education in Central Asia, “Got Spellcheck, Will Work for Food.”

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  • Moldova: Misleading First Impressions

    Moldova: Misleading First Impressions

    This past spring, Mariana Diaconu from Yaloveni, a town around 15 kilometers south of Chisinau, passed her final exams with flying colors. Those results at her lyceum carried new importance […]

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  • Macedonia: Learn to Forget

    Macedonia: Learn to Forget

    SKOPJE, Macedonia | Ivana’s homework has a familiar refrain: she memorizes lessons from physics, chemistry, math, and history classes. She does this until her head aches, she complains, “and that’s […]

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  • Bosnia and Herzegovina: New Law, Old Chaos

    Bosnia and Herzegovina: New Law, Old Chaos

    SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina | The question of where the buck stops in Bosnia and Herzegovina’s education system isn’t easy to answer. The country has 14 ministries of education. There […]

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