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Gaining a broader perspective on technology use in the classroom As digital technology continues to be established in the classroom, more and more teachers, parents, and students see it as an integral part of education’s future. As educational (More)
Integrating policy and science for global sustainability Bringing scientists from across the Americas together, the Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research (IAI) created a professional seminar series to focus on sustainability across N (More)
University educators’ perceptions and responses to plagiarism Academic dishonesty continues to be a considerable problem in higher education. While initial approaches to responding to plagiarism focused on detecting and punishing offenders, in (More)
Exploring English in a global context English has attained status as a ‘global’ language – a tool for many around the world that is perceived to help them access capital and improve their social and economic status. Technological developments, (More)
How school leaders and teachers respond to policy and practice change In Singapore, a variety of policy changes have been facilitated over the past few years. Changes to educational policy can have an important influence on practices within school (More)