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Curriculum & Instruction

A new pathway for job-seeking IT students

According to a report by McKinsey, freelance portals will create more than 150 million jobs globally by 2025. And a new education startup called CodersTrust is aiming to teach students…

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5 lessons for launching your first competency-based degree

Abandon all notions that you can draw from existing degree models for CBE. So say administrators at Purdue University, which, in implementing a new competency-based education (CBE) degree program, realized…

Why ‘potential completers’ should matter to your institution

31 million students have left college without earning a degree in the last 20 years, according to the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center, leaving a huge amount of students degree…

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Innovative learning approach could boost enrollment, retention

One school district has college enrollment rates that are eight percent higher than their peers, with a persistence rate that is 24 points higher; another high school saw 93 percent…

Why the future is all about the ‘Knowledge Cloud’ platform

Karl Mehta, the founder and CEO of EdCast, explains why the Silicon-Valley online education platform provider is a next generation digital learning ecosystem—and how Michigan State University (MSU) will benefit…

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Tech industry looks for students who are…homeless?

The Learning Shelter began as an idea -- to provide those in need with tech tools, mentors and coaching. And it turned into a “what if?” -- a conjecture that…

Wikipedia grows up on college campuses

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Wikipedia grows up on college campuses

A trusted bromide in academia is that you become a better student when you become a teacher. Something like that is happening at Wikipedia. The internet encyclopedia has grown explosively…

5 ways to improve community college completion rates

Ensuring that students complete an associate’s degree on time is one of the biggest challenges facing educators, students, and administrators, based on findings in a new report issued by the…

Hey, Princeton: Consider competencies

With A’s doled out in almost half of all undergraduate courses—compared to only 15 percent in 1961— have grades become meaningless? Ten years ago, Princeton University began limiting the A-range awards…

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Gamification skills quickly becoming a priority in STEM industry

Gamification offers a career boost for geospatial professionals as the desire to create more realistic virtual worlds is requiring the application of geographic information systems (GIS). The gaming industry is…

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