Following the launch of Disruptive Classroom Technologies, MARGINALIA spoke with author Sonny Magana, to ask how technology will impact on the way education professionals work in the future.
New research released this week by Tech Will Save Us, creators of DIY kits that encourage everyone to make, play, code and invent with technology, reveals over half (55%) of British parents feel their child or children (aged 15 or under) are more proficient at coding than themselves.
‘Disruptive Classroom Technologies: A Framework for Innovation in Education’ shows educators how to innovate rather than simply digitize their classrooms.
In a new survey, employers judge excellent academic results as one of the least important predictors of employability, when deciding to recruit graduates. It brings concern that the university degree has devalued.
This 2-year MSc program has been designed to combine high-level expertise in the engineering field, to train students in data sciences, with proficiency in the business field, to form data managers capable of taking strategic decisions based on data resources.
Leading European business school ESCP Europe has launched a new Executive Masters programme aimed at preparing managers for the future of manufacturing.
KU Leuven, Imperial College London and the University of Cambridge lead the inaugural Reuters Top 100: Europe’s Most Innovative Universities ranking launched this week.