|Author:||Robert Avila,Natasha Leger|
|Title:||The Future of Higher Education: A Scenario Evaluation of Its Prospects and Challenges|
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|Category:||Schools and Teaching|
|Publisher:||iUniverse, Inc. (January 12, 2006)|
Avila and Leger illustrate eight plausible alternative scenarios of how institutions of higher education, faculty, parents, students, employers, and policy-makers may ultimately adapt to "The Future of Higher Education" is a new kind of public policy analysis that stimulates serious discussion, thinking, and consideration of the challenges facing American higher education. Each scenario is a unique twist on how present day trends will play out in the future. The scenarios read like short stories. While entertaining, they will spark the imagination and provoke fresh and creative thought about the future, and challenge the implicit assumptions behind the current higher education model.
Avila and Leger illustrate eight plausible alternative scenarios of how institutions of higher education, faculty, parents, students, employers, and policy-makers may ultimately adapt to or wither under the pressures of rising costs, increasing global competition,. ISBN13:9780595361922.
This sketch is for the 5 day intensive course – heavily simplified for discussion purpose. here’s no way the days will be this discrete) Introduction The hope for this course is to bring some structure to strategic thinking around the next 10-15 years of higher education when seen through the lens of the impact of technology. If we, for instance, accept that the trend towards mobility in education is inevitable, there are a number of possibilities that can result from it. (decentralization of education, or the instructor, more collaboration) These might find their way into two or three different scenarios, but as we break down the trends into manageable pieces we might find that in each case having educators.
A Scenario Evaluation of Its Prospects and Challenges. Author: Natasha Leger,Robert Avila. This book addresses some of the challenges posed by the globalization of higher education. It examines the emergence and resulting challenges of English as Lingua Franca (ELF) and of the decision to use English as the Medium of Instruction (EMI) as part of a strategic policy of.
A Scenario Evaluation of Its Prospects and Challenges Author: Natasha Leger,Robert Avila Publisher: . ISBN: 9780595361922 Category: Education Page: 112 View: 6624. Continue Reading →. The Future of Higher Education is a new kind of public policy analysis that stimulates serious discussion, thinking, and consideration of the challenges facing American higher education. Avila and Léger illustrate eight plausible alternative scenarios of how institutions of higher education, faculty, parents, students, employers, and policy-makers may ultimately adapt to or wither under the pressures of rising.
Funding is often used as an incentive for institutions to pursue this type of development. AUDIO Lack of State Investment Opening the Door to Federal Influence in Higher Education. By 2060, Khan predicts three major shifts in education: a change to the classroom model, a change to the credential model and a change in the role of the instructor. Autonomous Learning and the Future of Higher Education. David Staley Director of the Harvey Goldberg Center, The Ohio State University.
Wiseman (comparative and international education, Lehigh . and Wolhuter (comparative and international education, North-West . South Africa) compile 16 essays on the challenges and prospects for higher education in Africa, focusing on issues of development, expansion,, equity, and cross-national convergence and divergence
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Minister of Higher Education, all of the institutions of higher learning are jointly moving. towards developing an agenda for Malaysia. Those challenges have created a different outlook for the higher education sector – to. cater for the needs for international curriculum and to support life-long learning. International and intercultural dimensions have to some extent provided exciting features. franchise colleges and a smart campus for the future. Its formation is based on a vision of. outstanding scholarship and academic excellence that is capable of providing leadership. in all fields of internationally recognized professional study.
Every day higher education leaders are developing new strategies to leverage these developing challenges and opportunities. The common denominator amidst all this change: students. To best recruit and retain students, universities need to evaluate how they offer a student life experience that prepares students to be healthy and dynamic people in the future. Spelman College recently differentiated itself by diverting all of its athletic funding to create a Wellness Revolution, focused on best promoting the health of its students. Full Story: Fast Company. A new white paper on the future of higher education predicts artificial intelligence, analytics, augmented and virtual reality, robotic telepresence and cyber defense will be driving forces in digital-learning at colleges and universities over the next 20 years.