Islamic philosophy

Islamic philosopherphilosophyIslamic thought
Like madrasahs (which referred to higher education), a maktab was often attached to a mosque. In the 11th century, Ibn Sina (known as Avicenna in the West), in one of his books, wrote a chapter dealing with the maktab entitled "The Role of the Teacher in the Training and Upbringing of Children", as a guide to teachers working at maktab schools. He wrote that children can learn better if taught in classes instead of individual tuition from private tutors, and he gave a number of reasons for why this is the case, citing the value of competition and emulation among pupils as well as the usefulness of group discussions and debates.

Georgetown College (Georgetown University)

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The College is the largest undergraduate school at Georgetown, and until the founding of the School of Medicine in 1850, was the only higher education division of the university. In 1821, the school granted its first graduate degrees, though the graduate portion has since been separated as the Georgetown University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. History and classics professor Christopher S. Celenza is the Dean of the College, a position he was named to in March 2017 by University President John J. DeGioia and Provost Robert Groves. Alone, the college accounts for over 3,200 students, 30 academic majors with 23 departments. This forms the core of the undergraduate population.

Industry-oriented education

Industry oriented education
Industry oriented education is an approach to learning from an industry perspective where traditional subjects such as maths, physics and science are taught in the context of application of that knowledge to product design, development and operation. With traditional technical teaching methodologies in educational environments, the conventional pathway is to build the foundation learning through subject based teaching of maths, physics and science independently. Subjects based on the knowledge required for the discipline usually follow on from this. The problem with this traditional methodology of learning is that there is no close relationship with industry requirements.

Gheorghe Asachi

On 6 June 1835, following Asachi's interventions, Academia Mihăileană, the first Romanian-language institution of higher education, was established in the city. A fundamental institution of higher learning, and the nucleus for the present-day University of Iaşi, it also hosted lectures by cultural figures from Moldavia, Transylvania and Wallachia alike, including some of Asachi's young rivals; among the teachers were Mihail Kogălniceanu, Ion Ionescu de la Brad, Eftimie Murgu, Ion Ghica, and August Treboniu Laurian.

Issues in higher education in the United States

The 2010 UNLV study recommends key policy changes to support undocumented immigrants access to higher education. In general, practitioners need to weigh opportunities against constraints and consider the potential opportunities to promote social justice, equality, and equity in higher education access.

University of Tirana

Tirana UniversityState University of Tiranathe University of Tirana
Quality Assurance Agency of Higher Education. KS Studenti. Balkan Universities Network. Black Sea Universities Network. University of Tirana (in Albanian). Polytechnic University of Tirana (in Albanian). Student City (Qyteti Studenti) (in Albanian). University of Tirana news (in Albanian). University of Tirana news.

European Journal of Physics

The European Journal of Physics is a peer-reviewed, scientific journal dedicated to maintaining and improving the standard of physics education in higher education. The journal, published since 1980, is now published by IOP Publishing on behalf of the European Physical Society. The current editor-in-chief is Michael Vollmer of the Brandenburg University of Applied Sciences. It does not include original research in physics, but rather: The journal had an Impact factor of 0.608 for 2015, according to the Journal Citation Reports. It is indexed In Chemical Abstracts, Engineering Index/Ei Compendex, Web of Science, Inspec, Zentralblatt für Mathematik, and other services.

North Eastern Regional Institute of Science and Technology

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North Eastern Regional Institute of Science and Technology (or NERIST) is a science and technology oriented higher education institute in Nirjuli, Itanagar, Papum Pare district, in the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh. Established in 1984, it is a deemed university, autonomous, fully funded and controlled by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Education, Government of India. The beginning of North Eastern Regional Institute of Science and Technology was with a 1979 proposal by the Government of Arunachal Pradesh to establish a science and technology institute.

Federal University of Bahia

Universidade Federal da BahiaUFBAUniversity of Bahia
Universities and higher education in Brazil. UFBA Events APP.

Puerto Rico Baseball Academy and High School

Puerto Rico Baseball AcademyInternational Baseball AcademyPuerto Rico Baseball Academy and High School (PRBAHS)
Its goal is to prepare its students for higher education, competitive college scholarship opportunities, and the Major League Baseball Draft. The PRBAHS is one of the baseball high schools in Puerto Rico or the United States with this type of learning environment. The school is located 30 minutes outside of San Juan near the University of Turabo in Gurabo, Puerto Rico. It admits students ages 14–18 into 10th through 12th grade. The school was first envisioned by former Texas Rangers pitcher Edwin Correa, who was motivated by the decline of Puerto Rican players in the major leagues.

East China Normal University

Guanghua UniversityDaxia UniversityGreat China University
ECNU is authorized to offer 112 doctoral programs covering 14 Primary Disciplines, 178 master's programs in six specialties, i.e., Education, Public Administration, Engineering, Physical Education and Business Administration, and to set up 14 post-doctoral mobile research stations.

Undergraduate degree

undergraduatefirst degreeundergraduate degrees
For a better understanding of education levels in Brazil, it is necessary to understand the structure of the higher education in the country. The present Brazilian system is organized according to the law that establishes the guidelines and bases for national education - Law n. 9.394 of December 20, 1996. The classification of institutions of higher education happens according to their academic organization, and the following names are possible: Universities, University Centers, Colleges and Integrated Schools, Colleges and Institutes and Centers of Technological Education. The higher education courses have two different academic levels, known as Undergraduate or Post Graduation.

Far Eastern Federal University

Far Eastern State UniversityFar Eastern National UniversityOriental Institute
Far Eastern Federal University consists of: Far Eastern Federal University is a federal institution of higher education, accredited and funded by the Russian Ministry of Education. FEFU is the oldest, largest, and highest-ranking university in eastern Russia, established in 1899 during the Russian Empire era, by a special order of Tsar Nicholas II. According to the ratings of the Russian Ministry of Education, FEFU is one of the top five Russian universities and has been listed as number two in a recent publication of the top national universities rankings.

University of Surrey

Surrey UniversitySurrey Sports ParkBattersea Polytechnic
Its aim was to provide greater access to further and higher education for some of the "poorer inhabitants" of London. In 1901, evening classes consisted of some of Mechanical Engineering and Building, Electrical Engineering, Chemical and other trades, Physics and Natural Science, Maths, Languages, Commercial subjects, Music and special classes for women including Domestic Economy subjects. Day classes consisted of Art, Science, Women's Subjects and Gymnastics, and classes were also offered in preparation for university and professional examinations.

Paul Ruffin

He became the first African American to receive advanced degrees in physics from any post secondary school (Higher education) in the State of Alabama when he received his master's degree in physics in 1982 and a PhD degree in physics in 1986 from the University of Alabama in Huntsville. He was the first person from Gilbertown, Alabama to receive a doctorate in physics. Ruffin began his professional career in industry as an associate member of the technical staff at Dynetics, Inc. in May 1977. He became a Government employee in October 1982 when he accepted employment with the U.S. Army Missile Command (NKA, United States Army Research, Development and Engineering Command).

Northwestern University School of Education and Social Policy

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Higher Education Administration and Policy. ABCD Institute. Center for Connected Learning. Center for Curriculum Materials in Science. Center for Learning and Organizational Change. Center for Talent Development. Foley Center. Institute for Policy Research. Michael Bakalis (B.S. 1959, M.A. 1962, Ph.D 1966), former Deputy Secretary of Education in the US Department of Education, chairman of the Illinois' Education Accountability Task Force. D'Wayne Bates (B.S. 1998), professional American football player. Robert Boone (1975), founder of Young Chicago Authors, author of Inside Job: A Life of Teaching. Clinton Bristow (B.S. 1971), former president, Alcorn State University.

Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto

Escola Industrial do PortoISEP
ISEP is divided into different schools within its campus: Following the Bologna Process, higher education study plans are divided into 1st cycle BSc (3 years), 2nd cycle MSc (2 years).

St Joseph's Boys' School, Jalandhar

Oral examinations are taken in lower grades but in higher grades more focus is on the lab work. The students scoring above the pass percentage are only promoted to the next grade. The active participation of the student in competitions and functions is taken into account for his/her promotion to the next grade. Nursery. Lower K.G. Upper K.G. Grade 1. Grade 2. Grade 3. Grade 4. Grade 5. Grade 6. Grade 7. Grade 8. Grade 9. Grade 10 (final year of higher education). Grade 11 (plus one). Grade 12 (plus two). English grammar. English literature. Maths. Physics. Chemistry. Biology. Environmental science. Computer education. Hindi language. Punjabi language. Physical education.

Education in Serbia

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Unesco Convention On the Recognition of Studies and Degrees Concerning Higher Education in the Europe Region (2001). Bologna Process (2003) Implemented from school year 2005-2006, it altered the tertiary and abolished quaternary education. Convention on the Recognition of Qualifications concerning Higher Education in the Europe Region (2004).

Just-in-time teaching

Just in Time TeachingJust In Time
Eventually it found its way into virtually all higher education environments. Initially the pedagogy evolved mostly by trial and error, although, from the start, many JiTT practitioners were paying attention to the education research literature. Over the years JiTT attention shifted to the broader questions of which aspects of the technique worked well, which not so well, and why. In order to answer those questions it is necessary to examine the knowledge about teaching and learning that has accumulated over the past half century.

St. Mary's College, Thrissur

St. Mary's CollegeSt. Mary's College, Trichur
Physics. Biochemistry. Chemistry. Psychology. Commerce. Biotechnology. Botany. Zoology. Microbiology. History. Economics. Physical Education. Sociology. Computer Science / Computer Applications. Bioinformatics. Management studies. Social work. Vocation. Sree Kerala Varma college. University of Calicut. St. Thomas College, Thrissur. Mercy College, Palakkad.

Female education in STEM

girls in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education
Some research finds that parents’ expectations, particularly the mother’s expectations, have more influence on the higher education and career choices of girls than those of boys. Higher socio-economic status and parental educational qualifications are associated with higher scores in mathematics and science for both girls and boys. Girls’ science performance appears to be more strongly associated with mothers’ higher educational qualifications, and boys’ with their fathers’. Family members with STEM careers can also influence girls’ STEM engagement. The broader socio-cultural context of the family can also play a role.

Licentiate (degree)

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Since 2006, in the Portuguese higher education system, Licenciatura is the first degree awarded by institutions of higher education. It is also the first degree used in the European Higher Education Area, and is also designated a Bachelor's degree in other European countries.

Michigan State University

Michigan StateMichigan State CollegeMichigan Agricultural College
The college's Media and Information Studies doctoral program was ranked No. 2 in 2007 by The Chronicle of Higher Education in the category of mass communication. The communication doctoral program was ranked No. 4 in a separate category of communication in The Chronicle of Higher Education's 2005 Faculty Scholarly Productivity Index, published in 2007. The college's faculty and alumni include eight Pulitzer Prize winners and a two-time Emmy Award winning recording mixer. Other programs of note include criminal justice, hospitality business, packaging, political science, dietetics and communications.

History of Ohio Wesleyan University

Merrick Hall
The history of Ohio Wesleyan University began with discussions of a college in Ohio in 1821 when the Ohio Methodist Conference in connection with the Kentucky Conference had established Augusta, the first Methodist institution of higher learning in the United States. But Augusta was an obscure village, quite inaccessible and especially because it was on the "wrong" side of the Ohio River to suit the growing anti-slavery sentiments of the people of Ohio. The part of the Olentangy River now occupied by Delaware hosted a Delaware Native American village prior to the founding of the town in 1808.