If we want to help students develop evidence based views, we can’t deny their standpoints.
Public vomiting, urination and collapsing in the street are all things international students don’t see at home.
What university rankings mean for students.
Students from former Soviet countries who study in the US or Europe are more likely to develop liberal political views.
When it comes to choosing a university, a positive personal experience is much more influential for students than rankings or league tables.
Students, manage your stress with these top tips.
Teaching media literacy to students can curb the impact of false news, but teachers need more support from their schools and community to do this.
A more joined up approach is needed to make sure support for students is there when it’s required.
Food insecurity among students can impair academic performance or even lead to some dropping out.
Students across the world are using social media to research and choose their university.
Research shows that 80% of medical students come from just 20% of the UK’s secondary schools.
Madrasas, or Islam-centered schools, have long spread knowledge and literacy throughout the Muslim world. However, can they prepare students for today’s tech-based economies?
Activists have raised the issue of student sexual assault and harassment on campus for more than 30 years. It’s time students had a real say in how universities respond.
Public school teachers are working longer hours, which they believe will have a negative impact on their ability to teach students.
New plans will speed students through an intensive training course, that will see them working cases in 12 weeks.
Students used to take drugs to get high, now they are using them to get better grades.
History needs to focus on historical consciousness if students are to become capable of dealing with South Africa’s social problems.
Russia is aiming to triple international students numbers to more than 700,000 by 2025.
Foundational to the work of Holocaust educators and many teachers have been the survivors. Given there are fewer survivors who are alive today, how do educators inform future generations?
When teachers are more adaptable, they’re better able to respond to the changing nature of teaching, and navigate a complex workplace.