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REVISTA INTERNACIONAL DE EDUCAÇÃO SUPERIOR

REVISTA INTERNACIONAL DE EDUCAÇÃO SUPERIOR INÍCIO / ARQUIVOS / v. 9 (2023): Publicação Contínua v. 9 (2023): Publicação Contínua PUBLICADO: 2022-04-03 ARTIGOS A (in)existência de estudantes do gênero masculino no curso de pedagogiapor que eles desistem? Josiane Peres...

Futuro de las universidad rusas

Universities in Russia face a dramatic turning point John Aubrey Douglass and Igor Chirikov  31 March 2022 The invasion and brutal attack by Russian forces on Ukraine has brought tremendous suffering to millions of Ukrainians, including those in the higher education...

Alemania y académicos y estudiantes de Ucrania

  GERMANY-UKRAINE Germany to host 100,000 Ukrainian academics and students Michael Gardner  01 April 2022 Joybrato Mukherjee, president of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), has visited Poland to discuss how Germany’s eastern neighbour is supporting...

Ensayo de evaluación para el aprendizaje

Students encouraged to message each other during exams Academics experiment with allowing undergraduates to text each other during assessments, and get positive response March 31, 2022 Tom Williams Texting between students in exams should not be banned but rather...

La enseñanza de las ingenierías

View as Webpage One Thought to Start Your Day Innovations in Engineering Education March 30, 2022 | Alex Usher and Jonathan McQuarrie Today HESA is releasing the fifth edition of our publication Monitoring Trends in Academic Programs, written by Jonathan...

Evaluar la investigación: debate europeo

Target talk splits European research assessment reformers  Culture change becomes a numbers game as agreement drafters try to pin down progress without spooking major players March 30, 2022 Ben Upton Twitter: @benwupton European efforts to reform research assessment...

¿Podrá subsistir la universidad?

The University in Ruins The “innovations” that promise to save higher ed are a farce. By Johann N. Neem MARCH 21, 2022 Universities might be facing a moment similar to what befell early modern English monasteries under Henry VIII. For generations, Ronald G. Musto...