In light of the number of significant forces that are continuing to impact higher education, BCG has conducted a benchmarking study to understand how global institutions are responding to these forces as they relate to undergraduate education Twelve institutions participated in the study. The study explored a common set of topics across the participating institutions to enable comparisons to be made The work highlighted that while in some aspects of undergraduate education change is relatively slow, in other areas a wide range of experimentation is under way This document summarizes the forces at play and excerpts from the research, highlights some areas of particular interest, and suggests a set of questions for university leaders to consider

 

http://image.bcg-email.com/lib/fecb16727362077c/m/25/Dec+2015+Trends+in+Undergraduate+Education.pdf

http://www.bridgeinternationalacademies.com/#

Bridge International Academies is the world’s largest chain of primary and pre-primary schools bringing world-class education to the poorest of the poor, democratizing the right to succeed.

Bridge leverages research, technology, and data analysis in order to standardize and scale the entire lifecycle of high-quality education delivery and to drive continuous improvement across all aspects of operations.  This includes how academies are built, teachers are selected and trained, lessons are delivered and monitored for improvement, and more. Bridge pupils gain an additional .34 standard deviation on core reading skills and an additional .51 standard deviation on maths compared to their peers in neighboring schools, based on USAID-designed exams administered by an independent monitoring and evaluation company – this translated into over 250 additional days of learning. Thanks to economies of scale, Bridge is able to charge just $6 a month per pupil on average with academies reaching operational sustainability after just one year.

The first Bridge International Academy opened in the Mukuru slum in Nairobi, Kenya in 2009.  Today there are hundreds and Bridge continues to expand across Africa and Asia.  New academies are opening at a rate of one every 2.5 days.  With a mission of Knowledge for all, Bridge plans to educate 10,000,000 children across a dozen countries by 2025.

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C) Hyper Island now opens a Brazilian office in São Paulo. We will host two Master Classes during the fall of 2014.

https://www.hyperisland.com/community/news/ola-brazil-we-are-opening-in-sao-paulo


B)New School on YouTube: http://be/sKaW3lSSizE

A) Desenvolvimento a partir das TIC: http://comunidade.maiscomunidade.com/conteudo/2015-05-16/entrevista/146475

We hoped to see you again, so we saved a few things for you:

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  • Course history with your progress, video by video
  • Playlists with all your saved courses
  • Bookmarked courses, videos, and spots that you wanted to remember
  • Certificates of completion to share what you've accomplished

 

http://www.lynda.com/default.aspx

 

Published on Jan 28, 2014

Created by Daniel Nemroff
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An official selection for the 2014 White House Film Festival

Directed/Written/Edited/Visual Effects by Daniel Nemroff (class of 2015)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uZ73ZsBkcus

Published on Jan 11, 2014

A short film for the White House Film Festival about two students across the globe collaborating on a school project, showing uses of Technology in the Classroom.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=awHdAr_n1dk

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