Ghanaian traditional gender norms are the main barrier to Ghanaian women pursuing academic careers.
Our review explored what leads to early childhood educator burnout in 13 countries, including Australia.
Students could learn about critical thinking, writing and the broader role of artificial intelligence tools like chatbots.
It all starts with a cloud of gas and dust.
As the world celebrates the 50th anniversary of the birth of hip-hop, a scholar of the culture and its musical genres explores the meaning of the word ‘dope.’
Children and teenagers can add to our knowledge of the natural world through citizen science projects.
Before Swifties or the Beyhive, there were Byromaniacs – fans of the poet Lord Byron.
Play is so important for kids, but what about adults? Why don’t you usually see mum or dad swinging on the monkey bars at a playground?
Exceptional teachers can leave a lasting impression on more than just their learners.
Lecturers need to be adept at both the theories of online learning and the technology used to do it.
The pressure on Tanzanian students to rank higher has encouraged unhealthy competition among schools
Many genocide classes review the Holocaust or Cambodia’s Killing Fields. A scholar wanted to show that genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity and ethnic cleansing still happen today.
The US surgeon general says 13 is ‘too early’ to be on social media. But an expert on parenting and digital media cautions against a ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach.
Seeing grit as a panacea among historically disadvantaged students can be a dangerous distraction from other barriers to student retention.
In its present form, the new Higher Education Bill lacks a governance framework that addresses the complaints of fee-paying students.
Smart, capable students struggled to navigate cultural and language norms in university accounting classrooms.
Where both capacity and integrity are weak, dysfunction is inevitable.
Some think ChatGPT threatens education, but it might benefit educators and students alike.
Though entrepreneurship of any kind is not easy, it can instil tenacity in the face of adversity. There are lessons here for trainee teachers.
The way a parent or caregiver responds in this situation is extremely important.