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Laura Høvring Møller 20h
My bachelor programme "English and International Studies" will no longer be taught in English and thereby no longer open to international students... See the irony, ?
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pernille berg Oct 26
Students seldom lie when it comes to self-evaluation re learning. Important point also in relation to developed methods of evaluation of Thank you
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Marcus Alexander Christensen Oct 24
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Julie Nolsøe Helles Oct 10
just because young people are good at social media doesn’t mean they are good at learning online, says . Interesting to hear some thoughts about change in the pedagogy in education.
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Johnny Laursen Nov 5
Well done! Just imagine the knowledge base, research potential and promising students the combined universities among the networks represent. The future of Europe is represented on these stairs
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Charlotte Egholm Nov 2
What do we owe students when we collect their data? Interesting debate
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Lene Dammand Lund Oct 20
China has one billion people Living in cities in 2020 We clealy need architects all over the World to design Sustainable urbanization!
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Morten Nyboe Tabor Oct 12
“When students try to answer questions on their own—as opposed to when answers are given to them—they engage in productive struggle, which helps them make sense of what they’re learning.”
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Julian Lo Curlo Oct 26
The saddest thing of the discussion going on on international students is that it undermines the core value of education. We know we can educate people with no economic consequence. But we keep talking about what WE get out of it. We just educate for economic gain.
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Julian Lo Curlo Oct 23
.: "does the Minister agree that international students bring an economic gain, which without them we would lose?". Minister agrees. So why cutdown places? We miss quality and money!
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Charlotte Egholm Nov 2
US Students ask for when graduating and getting employed as a mean for ensuring more equality and diversity in all respects
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Sofie CarstenNielsen Oct 17
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pernille berg Oct 31
Sustainability is on the agenda and , too. Holistic partnerships are formed and educational institutions are eager to participate.
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