x

Higher Education

Number of articles per page:

  • 21
    Jan

    2019

    teaching maths to scientists

    Teaching mathematics to physicists — can we do...

    How has the role of mathematics in physics changed in the last few decades, and how should this be reflected in the way it is taught at degree level? Alexander Altland and Jan von Delft, authors of n...

    Read the Article
  • 16
    Jan

    2019

    Much Ado About Nothing

    Shakespeare as Fan Fiction

    Travis D. Williams considers Much Ado About Nothing through the lens of recent stage, television, film and critical interpretations, and the phenomenon of fan fiction... The

    Read the Article
  • 14
    Jan

    2019

    35936137710_6395555076_b

    Campus Sexual Assault Shouldn’t be a Partisan...

    In November 2018, the Department of Education released new proposed Title IX regulations, replacing Obama era guidance on how educational institutions should handle allegations of sexual assault and sexual...

    Read the Article
  • 17
    Dec

    2018

    Schooling Across the Globe

    Schooling Across the Globe: What We Have Learned...

    Schooling Across the Globe: What We Have Learned from 60 Years of Mathematics and Science International Assessments is available now. This episode is also available on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher and Spotify. Read More ?

    Read the Article
  • 12
    Sep

    2018

    digital textbooks

    Making homework social…

    What is Perusall and why should teachers be excited about using it?   Perusall is a social reading platform to help students get prepared for class. What that means is that in Perusall, class reading...

    Read the Article
  • 31
    Aug

    2018

    Adding energy to your work

    Add energy to your work

    To explore the issues surrounding energy flow and consumption in the modern day, you must first understand the basic science of energy. Washington Taylor and Robert L. Jaffe are Professors of Physi...

    Read the Article

Number of articles per page: