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Creative Thinking Education From Around the World

“Does creativity come from within or is it a skill which can be developed? Creative education is currently considered very effective. In this edition of Learning World we look at some examples.” http://www.euronews.com/2013/12/20/creative-thinking-new-ideas-in-education/  

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Improving the future of Canadian Education

“Last year, The Learning Partnership held a meeting of business, education and government leaders on the future of education in Canada. The recommendations include: increasing student engagement, better integration between post-secondary education and the K-12 system, focus on creativity, increasing … Continue reading

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The Game-Changing Potential of MOOCs

“Online learning is by no means a new phenomenon. Models for distance learning and open access education predate even the digital age, but MOOC (Massive Open Online Courses) platforms are captivating the attention of millions of learners around the world … Continue reading

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“5 Pillars of Education for the Next Decade”

“Over the next decade, it appears there are five non-negotiables that both students and their families (read: parents) want in a higher ed experience…” http://www.huffingtonpost.com/tim-elmore/five-pillars-for-education_b_4136176.html

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The Importance of Community

“In our opinion, the critical and pivotal importance of making the community connection has been consistently underestimated in the movement to try to upgrade the quality of education nationally.” http://www.huffingtonpost.com/frank-islam/education-it-takes-a-community_b_4097961.html

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Exploring the Potential of Online Education

“Online learning is by no means a new phenomenon. Models for distance learning and open access education predate even the digital age, but MOOC (Massive Open Online Courses) platforms are captivating the attention of millions of learners around the world … Continue reading

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The Importance of Good Study Habits

“Efficient studying will help you bag good grades and free up more hours of play – so get into the habit from the start, says William Ham Bevan.” http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education/universityeducation/student-life/10339656/University-education-make-it-work-for-you.html  

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The Future of Education May Already Be Here

“An Ivy League education with no need to buy textbooks, wake up early or pay tuition may sound like every student’s dream, but in reality, all of this is available with the click of a mouse. Universities such as the … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Global Education

“Forget getting on the school bus. This fall, kids are heading to the airport for an enriched high school, even middle school education overseas. They’ll learn French while living with a Parisian family. They’ll study Canadian history while overlooking the … Continue reading

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