Objectes multimèdia amb l’etiqueta: Ensenyament i aprenentatge

Resultats de la cerca

Interview with Rajesh Tandon

Accés obert
20 d’abr. 2009
The President of the Society for Participatory Research in Asia (PRIA), Rajesh Tandon, talked with GUNI about the social role of universities, and about why a partnership is needed between universities and civil society actors. Dr. Tandon considers that universities must change their teaching, research and service functions and that it is important to reinforce the institutionalization of partnerships between universities and the civil society.

Interview with Leo Jansen

Accés obert
23 de març 2009
Leo Jansen, Professor Emeritus of the Technological University of Delft, talked with GUNI about the importance to integrate the concept of sustainability transversally into higher education institutions. To successfully implement sustainability issues, one needs a transdisciplinary approach, which is currently not being fostered by higher education institutions.

Interview with Andrew Mott

Accés obert
23 de febr. 2009
The Executive Director of the Community Learning Partnership and Senior Fellow at the Wagner School of Public Service at New York University, Andrew Mott, talked with GUNI about the implication of universities creating educational programs to prepare people for careers in community development and social change. Mott highlights the importance of innovative programmes that include a multi-disciplinary point of view, offer experiential as well as classroom learning and give priority to communities and their issues in the research system.

¿Cómo diseñar un plan de estudios?

Accés obert
11 de febr. 2009

Interview with George Bureng Nyombe

Accés obert
27 de gen. 2009
The Minister of Higher Education of Sudan, George Bureng V. Nyombe, talked with GUNI about the changes of higher education in East African countries. Minister Nyombe considers that, although there is a lot of work to be done, the knowledge generated in this area can be directly used for economic development. He also believes that the end of brain drain from Africa begins to have positive effects in the region.

¿Dónde está la mayúscula?

Accés obert
26 de gen. 2009
Plans d'estudi i empresa.

Interview with Dr Colin Brock

Accés obert
27 de des. 2008
Professor Colin Brock, UNESCO Chair holder, talked with GUNI about the responses of Higher Education to new challenges, such as multicultural student bodies and excluded population. He also reflects upon the boom of universities rankings and their impact on higher education institutions.

Interview with Charas Suwanwela

Accés obert
25 de nov. 2008
The Professor Emeritus at the Chulalongkorn University (Thailand), Charas Suwanwela, talked with GUNI about how universities in developing countries have to assume their role in making research, which is relevant in a local and global context to cover their needs. Prof. Suwanwela considers that research in developing countries can be competitive, as it is happening in India or China. He also talked about universities and social justice, democracy and human rights.