We attach particular importance to the way the student, teacher and own content of teaching and learning in the specific educational scenario are located. We give it because we believe that, as how these dimensions are related, will promote one or another kind of learning, sometimes quite opposed to the one intended. In other words,… Continue reading The Educational Scenario of Higher Education: Teaching Practices and Learning
The notions of “subject” and “knowledge” seem to have acquired unsuspected life in recent years. This is quite surprising, because despite all the series of criticisms and death certificates that have been filed against modernity as a political and philosophical project in the second half of the twentieth century -a leftover hands of authors known… Continue reading Beyond the text. Cultural Practices in the Information Age
When you’re stacked with a great number of assignments, getting some sort of temporary paralysis on your hands is natural. Although the creative juices flow frequently and enables you to produce some gorgeous sentences, it sometimes miss the mark here. The reason is simple; loads and loads of work. In the urge of crafting a… Continue reading How to Motivate Yourself or Writing an Excellent Assignment
Academic writing is a very crucial element that expresses the findings of your undertaken research. Despite, it is easy to replicate the information available on internet and presenting as your own work but it is not easy to write a plagiarism free content. Before proceeding ways to avoid plagiarism it is necessary to explain plagiarism… Continue reading How to Avoid Plagiarism in Academic Writing?