The Global Search for Education: Top Global Teachers Share Their Solutions On The Fake News Epidemic
Feb24

The Global Search for Education: Top Global Teachers Share Their Solutions On The Fake News Epidemic

Twitter, Facebook and other prominent new social and online media platforms have a very different structure to any free press vehicle we have seen in the modern world. There is no third party editing process by a recognized and respected media brand (which would include fact checking and a professional editorial review). Content “as is” is simply shared among a multitude of users. Respected traditional news outlets have also endured...

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The Global Search for Education: The Future of Education with Marc Tucker
Feb21

The Global Search for Education: The Future of Education with Marc Tucker

“A growing number of other countries are turning out entire high school graduating classes that are much better educated than ours, with much more equity, and they are doing it at a lower cost per student.” — Marc Tucker Fears of rising unemployment fueled by automation of millions of jobs requires more focus on what education is needed to foster the skills and training people need for a future of Artificial Intelligence. How are...

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The Global Search for Education: Meet the Minister – From Finland – Sanni Grahn-Laasonen
Feb08

The Global Search for Education: Meet the Minister – From Finland – Sanni Grahn-Laasonen

“Professional, highly-trained and highly respected teachers are a key factor in our success: teachers have pedagogical autonomy so they decide by themselves which teaching methods and materials they use.” —  Sanni Grahn-Laasonen Sanni Grahn-Laasonen says her country’s vision for education is a nation that is “continuously learning;” Finland wants an education system that gives everyone...

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Around the World in 30 Days: January 2017
Jan29

Around the World in 30 Days: January 2017

C. M. Rubin’s Global Education Report This month in The Global Search for Education, William Gaudelli, George Rupp and Dana Mortenson shared their perspectives on how to build more inclusive communities across political, economic and cultural divides, and on the lessons we all learned from recent world events. “The vote in the U.K. in favor of Brexit, the rejection by referendum of the peace agreement in Colombia, and the...

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The Global Search for Education: The City of Jerome Bruner
Jan26

The Global Search for Education: The City of Jerome Bruner

“These schools and this community became staked more than fifty years ago on the idea that education is the highest investment for the present and for the future, in light also of the huge historical changes that human kind is going through.” —  Carla Rinaldi In September 1994, Jerome Bruner, the famed psychologist, professor and education visionary, visited Reggio Emilia, a city in the Emilia-Romagna region of...

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