Fall Issue

Journal published on June, 2017. This Issue explores and discusses several contemporary topics such as leadership, education, politics, technology, etc. written by various educators, researchers, professors, policy-makers and students from all over the globe . To download this entire Issue in a pdf format, click here.

 


 COMMENTARY

 

FROM THE EDITORIAL BOARD

Transitions in Global Education (TiGEs) is research
journal that publishes a compilation of thoughts,analysis, and ideas on the impact of current trends and
events on the global education landscape. …… continue reading


TALKING EDUCATION COUNSELLING

With the number of Indian students seeking higher education increasing rapidly, studentsfeel a greater need for guidancewhen it comes to choosing theright path for them.…… continue reading


A HISTORY OF EDUCATION

Achyuth Syamchandra is currently pursuing a PhD in Clinical Psychology at the University of McGill, Montreal, Canada, having already completed a Bachelors in Cognitive Science and a Masters in Clinical Psychology.…… continue reading


Mr.Trump,CAN WE TALK?

In his one-man, head-long, crusade to “Make America Great Again” US President Donald Trump seems about to usher in a nuclear war with North Korea.…… continue reading


VISA BALAJI?

Millions of Indians visit temples and religious sites for various reasons, some for marriage,jobs andsome even for the hope of kids.…… continue reading


HOLLYWOOD AND HIGHER EDUCATION

The United States today is home to over a million international students. Being the world’s largest hub of the world’s international students brings with it an estimated 20 billion dollars into the economy each year.…… continue reading


AMERICAN MATH CONTESTS FROM MA AND OTHER EXAMS IN HONOURS PROGRAME

Mathematical Association of America to hold American Math Competition (AMC) for school students across the world, including India…… continue reading


POVERTY AND EDUCATION

Dr. Vicki Luther is an Associate Professor in the Tift College of Education at Mercer University, where she primarily teaches undergraduate courses in reading and literacy.…… continue reading


LITERATURE’S ABILITY TO EVOKE EMPATHY AN ANALYSIS OF SUHEIRHAMMAD’S POEM “FIRST WRITING SINCE”

“First Writing Since” is a poem written by SuheirHammad, a twenty first century Palestinian American poet, author and political feminist activist. She wrote the poem as a reaction to the attacks on the United States on the morning of Tuesday, September 11, 2001.…… continue reading


HOW WILL OPEN SOURCE HARDWARE INFLUENCE OUR BUSINESS AND EDUCATION IN THE FUTURE?

Dr. Yoshiyasu Takefuji is a tenured professor on faculty of environment and information studies at Keio University since April 1992 and was on tenured faculty of Electrical Engineering at CWRU since 1988.…… continue reading


STRATEGIES FOR STRUGGLING READERS

This paper is based on the most current information we have about the human brain during the process of reading. Through the advances of fMRI, PET, and EEG brain imaging, neuroscientists have begun to learn about how the brain processes new information, and transfers the new learning from short term to long-term memory.…… continue reading


THE REVERBERATIONS OF LEGALLY SANCTIONED DEATH

Somdutta Mazumder is a 21 year old who fosters an unwavering love for books and pens. She recently completed my graduation in psychology from Lady Shri Ram College for Women and currently working with Hindustan Times. She plans on going to Australia for her masters in organisational and social psychology in the near future.…… continue reading


THE TRAIN OF THOUGHTS..

It was raining heavily when I left home today, at dawn, for the railway station. I was excited about the five hour (and close to 300 km)journey to Kochi from my hometown of Trivandrum. 20 years ago,I was a regular on these trains, riding these tracks for school, for work, and sometimes just to see the sun rise over gorgeous lakes.…… continue reading


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