Created by:  University of London, UCL Institute of Education

  • Dr Clare Brooks

    Taught by:  Dr Clare Brooks

    UCL Institute of Education, University of London
Commitment6-8 hours/week
Language
English
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4.6 stars
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 of 219 ratings

The course certainly gives you new considerations, especially where global perspectives on education come into play. My only recommendation would be to lose the padlet - it seems trivial compared to the rest of the course functions. Thank you for everything!

The course consists of interviews of various researchers at UCL on various topics such as how do we learn, what is a good school/teacher etc

Good course to understand the future and potential development in the education world.

The course was very well organized. In my view, it gave all participants plenty of food for thought, while also leaving them plenty of room for their own thinking, expressing their own thoughts and coming to their own conclusions. It had a large measure of breadth and depth and it helped me come to a much deeper and broader understanding of both the background and the emerging future possibilities of education and education systems (in my case, higher education in the United States). It was extremely well framed and well presented, helpful and inspiring. (My only regret is that my execution of the final project flagged a bit, mostly because I was fatigued and had many other obligations around the time of the "Ted Talk" project deadline.)