Higher education institutions are more than a place for obtaining knowledge and competencies; they are the centres for accumulating the country’s intellectual capital, they are the research and training hubs, and they are the agents of sustainable changes in society. Dr Iryna Didenko and Dr Nataliia Kholiavko on a sustainable development model for universities in post-war Ukraine.
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Teachers should design authentic learning environments in which students are provided with learning opportunities to apply their knowledge and skills in different disciplines and real life, argues Dr. Başak Çalık.
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To meet the expectations of GenZ university students, universities must go beyond the stereotypes and provide support for a range of learning needs.
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Dr Tiernan on fostering creativity in the classroom with a multidisplinary approach, including digital learning, drama, and linguistic responsiveness.
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