Spring 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.

 

COVER STORY

 

(AP Photo/Ben Margot)

STUDENT MOVEMENTS AROUND THE WORLD

“Behold, our butter stinketh!—Give us, therefore, butter that stinketh not” – the rally cry behind the very rst stu- dent protest on American soil (Noah B, 2011). Initiated by student Asa Dun- bar in 1766, students at Harvard ……continue reading


 COMMENTARY

 

IN THE TIME OF TRUMP: HOW TO PREPARE TO STUDY ABROAD IN THE NEW AGE

A week ago, I found myself driving north down highway 400 to an annual counseling spring retreat, listening to Springsteen sing about his favourite topics: small towns and big dreams. In the passenger seat lay the pages …… continue reading


THE FUTURE OF GUIDANCE COUNSELING

Students think their plan for success is a custom-designed program. They are searching for people to motivate, inspire and drive their passions. That sounds an awful lot like the job of a “Counselor,” doesn’t it? One might …… continue reading


WHATEVER HAPPENED TO FREE SPEECH ?

Recently, the University of California-Berkeley, made news by disallowing conservative political commentator, Ann Coulter, from speaking on their campus at the invitation of a conservative group of students……. continue reading


SYRIAN REFUGEES: THE START OF A LOST GENERATION

Sahar lives in a refugee camp in the Saadnayel informal settlement in Lebanon. Her parents recently fled the war in Syria, and despite continuous fighting in the camp and not enough to eat, she goes to school every day…… continue reading


GLOBAL HIGHER EDUCATION FOR THE 21ST CENTURY

Tomorrows Higher Education will be striving to align with the changing employment opportunities and the shape and type of new millennium jobs. The job of the future is going to have an impact on the kind of…… continue reading


 SPECIAL ARTICLES

 

THE HISTORY OF EDUCATION

 Part One: The Teaching of Cavemen. Helina is a member of a stone age tribe. The ice age is waning, and as the giant sheets and pillars of ice drift slowly away, in their wake lie fertile ground and new sources of food ……continue reading


YOUNG INDIA

From the day that she became an independent sovereign State, India has been poised to become a momentous country. The incidents that have unfolded in the history of modern India have only played their part in latently being……continue reading


 RESEARCH

 

IMPLEMENTING PROFESSIONAL LEANING COMMUNITIES IN AN URBAN ENVIRONMENT

This article discusses the professional learning communities (PLCs) at an urban school in the northeastern United States that included middle and high school teachers and university researchers from a…… continue reading


PREPARING FOR HIGH RISK LOW FREQUENCY INCIDENTS ON COLLEGE CAMPUSES

Active Shooter Incidents (ASI) are a re-occurring and all-too-familiar trend in the United States. The role of Institutions of Higher Learning (IHL) administrators is vital to the overarching preparation of policies…… continue reading


EFFECT OF YOGA ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN RELATION TO STRESS

Academic performance is concerned with the quantity and quality of learning attained in a subject or group of subjects after a long period of instruction. Excessive stress hampers students’ performance. Improvement……. continue reading


USE OF PADLET FOR INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGNERS

In today’s polarizing political climate, it is critical that educators allow and encourage multinational perspectives in classrooms and assignments, including those taught online (Sargent, Gautreau & Stang, 2014)……. continue reading


STUDENT MUSINGS

 

SINGING AND RE-SIGNIFYING: WOMEN AND MUSICAL ACTIVISM

Arthur C Clarke once famously said, “There are just two possibilities: that we are alone in the universe, or we aren’t, and both are equally terrifying.” Well, the lm Arrival by Denis Villeneuve definitely gives us a glimpse of the latter……. continue reading


MOVIE REVIEW: COLUMBIA REVOLT

Several studies have concluded that the best way for an individual to imbibe, process and eventually convert any information available out there into acquired knowledge, is through audio-visual learning. Put together a series……. continue reading


As you hold those reins under three fingers, place your left foot in the stirrup and swing your right leg over the quarters of the horse, there is instantly a connection between the two of you, almost as if those leather reins can…… continue reading


California, 2006, the TED Conference, an agglomeration of ideas, and a scintillating light that pierces through the lugubrious darkness of ignorance. It is here, that Robert Quillen would say, “Discussion is an exchange of knowledge……. continue reading


GENERAL FOCUS

 

DOES YOUR CAMPUS HAVE CAR-SHARING ?

Have you ever heard of CarSharing? Put briefly, it’s a great way to get access to a vehicle, without the costs and hassles of ownership. A report by Navigant Research estimated the size of the market at 2.3 million global users in …….continue reading


 GLOBAL HIGHER EDUCATION FOR THE 21ST CENTURY

Tomorrows Higher Education will be striving to align with the changing employment opportunities and the shape and type of new millennium jobs. The job of the future is going to have an impact on the kind of Tertiary…… continue reading


A LETTER TO THE HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS

Hello Senior High School Students. It will be close to twelve summers since you stepped out of home, new-shod and satchel-laden, for your first day in school. The journey, which began with wary baby steps, slowly initiated you…… continue reading