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Transculturality in higher education

Supporting students’ experiences through praxis

Heidi A. Smith

In recent decades, higher education across the world has restructured itself to meet the needs of global competitiveness and embraced the knowledge economy ( Krause-Jensen and Garsten 2014 ). Through embracing ‘information technology

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Geographical differentiation in access to higher education in Sweden

Aimee Haley

In the latter half of the twentieth century, higher education systems around the world expanded and the number of higher education institutions increased. This expansion is often referred to as a massification of the higher education system ( Trow

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Resources for hope: Ideas for alternatives from heterodox higher education institutions

Catherine N. Butcher

, pedagogy and curriculum radically different from the prevailing system. Because of the near-hegemony of the marketised and corporatised forms of higher education, I searched for exemplars of very different imaginaries and considered how they might be

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There is an alternative: A report on an action research project to develop a framework for co-operative higher education

Mike Neary and Joss Winn

In this participatory action research project, we sought to develop a framework for higher education based on an existing alternative institutional form of co-operative association that attempts to address issues of ownership and control over

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Using differentiated teaching to address academic diversity in higher education

Empirical evidence from two cases

Matias Thuen Jørgensen and Lena Brogaard

Higher education institutions increasingly face diverse student populations with learners from different backgrounds and with varying educational experience ( Boelens et al. 2018 ; Fry et al. 2008 ; Ramburuth and McCormick 2001 ; Tomlinson and

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Trends and tensions of higher education at a rural Japanese national university

Anthony Rausch

The characteristics of higher education reform In the introduction to the edited volume Global Neoliberalism and Education and its Consequences , Dave Hill and Ravi Kumar (2009) contend that the restructuring of schooling and education is

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Humanisation of higher education

Re-imagining the university together with students

Patric Wallin

imperative that emerges within this higher education landscape is an imperative of transaction, competition and opposition. By foregrounding students as consumers, with a focus on individual performance in a competitive environment that presents serious

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Part 5: Higher Education Futures

David Mills, Davydd J. Greenwood, Jill Blackmore, Laura Louise Sarauw, and Søren S.E. Bengtsen

Critiquing audit, evaluating ourselves The curious story of the National Network for Teaching and Learning Anthropology (NNTLA) David Mills   GAPP. NNTLA. C-SAP. HEA. The archive of UK higher education reforms is piled high with

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Neoliberal student activism in Brazilian higher education

The case of ‘Students For Liberty Brasil’

Evandro Coggo Cristofoletti and Milena Pavan Serafim

of a free market society, such as competitiveness, entrepreneurship and individualism. This article aims to analyse how and why neoliberal think tanks, especially between 2010 to 2020, have been acting in the field of higher education in Brazil

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Creating a reflective space in higher education

The case of a Swedish course for professional principals

Katina Thelin

context of higher education, and from a pedagogical praxis perspective, this recognition of the importance of reflection has created a need to develop reflective learning environments for aspiring or practising professionals. From the perspective of