The “Problem-solving Activities” workshop delivered during our annual KU Training Day last year, aimed at sharing and implementing 21st-century practices in every classroom, as well as, adapting or creating an activity that contains the four main 21st century skills. To start with the training, participants got to know each other, and they had to solve
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Roxane Gay wrote that “Social media is something of a double-edged sword. At its best, social media offers unprecedented opportunities for marginalized people to speak and bring much-needed attention to the issues they face.” Gay also added that “At its worst, social media also offers ‘everyone’ an unprecedented opportunity to share in collective outrage without
Mathew Anderson, President of Keiser University August 21, 2016 Mathew Anderson, President of the Latin American Campus of Keiser University in San Marcos, Carazo, is a scholar of how the development of robotics will make easier the lives of many people, and cause the misfortune of those they replace. He is also a ‘preacher’ of
The students from the AEP and SEAL programs from the Keiser University International Language Institute went to the city of Granada on an academic trip to learn about the History of Granada’s landmarks. It entailed for students to communicate in an environment that posed them genuine language challenges that resemble those in their everyday surroundings.
The students from the AEP performed interactive presentations about different types of coffees and brewing methods.