Comparisons with the second world war are usually unhelpful – but the crisis changed UK nursing for the better. The pandemic offers a similar chance to rethink nursing is provided.
With other international education markets still struggling with the COVID-19 pandemic, New Zealand and Australian universities should position themselves as premium destinations.
Many white health students - our future doctors, nurses and health workers - find learning about the ongoing health impacts of colonisation on Indigenous Australians confronting. But it’s vital.
Students say they have a hard time studying and cognitive science proves they’re not trying to dodge work: there’s a link between negative emotions and difficulties in concentrating.
Many university teaching labs are empty as students have been moved off campus during the pandemic. There are other ways to put theory into practice, at home and online.
Kenya’s high rate of internet penetration does not reflect the barriers students face in accessing learning materials.
Government initiatives to support student learning during and after the pandemic can’t be effective without an invaluable educational resource: teachers’ expertise and care.
Census data are used to determine federal funding on everything from highway construction to poverty services. With many students heading back to their parents’ homes, college towns may take a hit.
Indonesian textbooks represent gender equality better than their South Asian counterparts, but our analysis shows portrayals of women are still biased.
Pre-recording videos, giving specific instructions and sharing your emotions with your students will lead to success in the online classroom.
A review of evidence found that sitting or walking in nature for 10 to 20 minutes could benefits student mental health.
Working-class academics can play a key role in boosting student diversity.
Sexually inexperienced Nigerian students are less confident in their ability to use condoms, increasing their susceptibility to infections and unplanned pregnancies at first sexual activity.
The conflict between Iran and the US has gone on for decades. A scholar of social movements in Iran asks why the US has consistently failed to support that country’s activist reform movements.
The regulation of student accommodation varies between different providers.
A focus on more realistic performance outcomes can help students cope when things do not go to plan.
Simulations help prepare students for challenges outside the classroom.
The gradual withdrawal of state support for universities has been the largest, and quietest, privatisation in UK history, and most people don’t even know about it.
The university strikes show how a dispute around a fairly technical employment issue, pensions, can develop a momentum of its own and become a catalyst for a much wider expression of dissatisfaction.
Indonesian researchers developed an Indian-inspired toolkit to assess literacy and numeracy among elementary-level students. The results were worrying.