Discipline Area: Education

Creating an Inclusive Learning Environment: Learn, Care, Challenge and Share

  • Dr Ann-Marie Houghton

I recently came across the four values for a Special School in the UK: learn, care, challenge and share. 

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Digital Citizenship during a Global Pandemic: Moving Beyond Digital Literacy

  • Associate Professor Dr Malissa Maria Mahmud

Eleanor Roosevelt once said, "The purpose of life, after all, is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for a newer and richer experience." 

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Teaching for Tomorrow

  • Professor Matthew James Sansom

The changes have been rapid and impactful, affecting employment rates, increasing workloads and levels of stress (across family and social contexts as well as work), as well as many other challenges to well-being.

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Preparing University Students For The Workforce Of Tomorrow

  • Dr. Sian Lun Lau

As businesses had to adapt and cope with the unprecedented challenges and impact, the pandemic also forced the nature of work to change. Overnight, everyone must learn to work remotely. Online conference calls became a norm in the blink of an eye.

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Educational Privilege – How the Playing Field is Levelled at Sunway Education Group

  • Cheah Wei Jin

The United Nation’s 4th Sustainable Development Goal (SDG 4) on Quality Education emphasizes inclusion and equity as foundational elements of education policies. Malaysia’s multicultural, multilinguistic environment, require visionary policymakers and industry leaders to lead the way.

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New Heroes of Higher Education: The Digital Lecturers

  • Professor Graeme Wilkinson

Over the past year, owing to the Covid19 pandemic, most universities have been forced to make a major shift in they way they teach their students, moving to online teaching or using a combination of online and face-to-face teaching and learning.

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Education: An Equaliser

  • Professor Elizabeth Lee

While many education systems turned to alternative delivery modes, with online learning growing in popularity, it is estimated that remote learning remains out of reach for at least half a billion students across the globe.

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Industrialising Education 4.0

  • Dr Malissa Mahmud

Digitalisation is transforming the values and domains of existing industries. Technological advances as driven by the Fourth Industrial Revolution (IR 4.0) are evolving at an incredibly fast rate, revamping the way we live, work and function as a society.

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The Future is Physical

  • Prof Hew Gill

It's been a year since the Covid-19 outbreak first became a major international story and educational institutions, from kindergartens to universities, were forced to move their operations online. So what have we learnt and what changes will be permanent?

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What is Cultural Intelligence and How Do We Build It?

  • Prof Michael M Dent

The pace of change is accelerating, or so everyone tells us. On a daily basis, things may seem much the same but big changes are constantly taking place unnoticed. One such change is the rising globalisation of tertiary education.

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