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Educación superior por competencias

Rise of Customized Learning March 5, 2013 - 3:00am By Paul Fain The credit hour is still higher education’s gold standard, even after President Obama’s vague endorsement last month of competency-based education and its focus on “performance and results” rather than...

Retornos a la educación terciaria en Chile

Heterogeneous Economic Returns to Postsecondary Degrees: Evidence from Chile Loreto Reyes, Jorge Rodríguez, Sergio S. Urzúa NBER Working Paper No. 18817 Issued in February 2013 NBER Program(s):   ED   LS We analyze the economic returns to different postsecondary...

Llamado a cambiar desde dentro la educación superior

Change From Within March 4, 2013 - 3:00am Paul Fain, Inside Higher Education, march 4, 2013 WASHINGTON – If higher education has a group of quintessential insiders, it’s probably the American Council on Education. Yet from a perch atop the higher education lobby’s...

Presidente Obama: Propuestas de política educacional

Selección informativa preparada por PREAL http://blogdepreal.org/ El 12 de febrero, el Presidente Obama dio su discurso anual sobre el Estado de la Unión. La educación formó parte importante del discurso, con énfasis en tres políticas claves: 1) Reformar los colegios...

Empleadores frente a los graduados en los EEUU

The Employment Mismatch A College Degree Sorts Job Applicants, but Employers Wish It Meant More Internships Make the Difference For some employers, on-the-job experience may matter more than a student's major or grade-point average. By Karin Fischer, The Chronicle of...

Nuevo Ranking del THE

The Paradox of University Rankings Posted on March 4, 2013 by Alex Usher   By the time you read this, the Times Higher Education’s annual Reputation Rankings will be out, and will be the subject of much discussion on Twitter and the Interwebs and such.  Much as I...

MOOCs: ¿tan impresionantes como se presentan?

The Future of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)   Alex Usher, HESA - Blog, February 28th, 2012The extent to which MOOCs will be a genuinely revolutionizing force in higher education is going to depend on three things:  their pedagogy, their ability to convert...

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