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Friday round-up - a range of educational highlights from around the globe

UK university entry reform getting more likely (Full article - THE) Only 16% of Australian uni students want online (Full article - PIE) The value of making mistakes (Full article - edutopia) Quarantine ok, onl . . .

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Will edtech empower or erase the need for higher education?

A very interesting discussion piece from TechCrunch about the longer term implications of the impact of technology on education as the coronavirus has erased a large chunk of college’s value proposition . . .

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Australia: Overseas student applications 'nosedive'

Applications by foreign citizens to study in Australia have collapsed by more than 80 per cent since March, with the number of international students expected to be half its pre-pandemic total by mid next year. T . . .

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UK: Pandemic 'fueling numbers of children out of school'

We suppose it is of little surprise that many parents in the UK are currently taking their children out of school with the pandemic raging there. This however is of great deal of concern regarding those children&r . . .

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Hong Kong organisation pushing STEM learning for all is among this year's Operation Santa Claus beneficiaries

The government continues to emphasise STEM education importance to future scientific and technological developments, but one non-profit group has noted a problem: not every teacher is trained to teach these discip . . .

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Bangladeshi teen wins award for anti-cyberbullying app

A teenager in Bangladesh has won the International Children's Peace Prize for his efforts to educate young people about cyberbullying. Sadat Rahman, 17, was inspired to create a mobile app to help young people re . . .

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UK: Home learning: Up to 100,000 students missing out because they don't have suitable device

Access to online education alternatives are not available to all young people.  This article from the UK is insightful into the plight of many people around the globe who have limited access to the technology . . .

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New research finds that IB students appear to hold an advantage when it comes to critical thinking

An interesting article published by the IBO reporting on research from Oxford University that finds students who have completed the IB Diploma exhibit stronger critical thinking that students who have undertaken o . . .

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