Category: Education for interdisciplinary thinking


The Storytelling Teacher: Using Storytelling to Improve Engagement and Content Retention in History and Social Studies for all Learners

The purpose of this study is to explore the way that story is used as a method of making the culture and history of distant and diverse peoples meaningful to junior high school students. Canada’s aboriginal community utilized the traditional method of communicating the history and teachings of their people via oral communication. These stories


ASEAN Student’s Reflection: The Role of Japan’s Higher Education in Fostering Global Human Resources Through the Twin College Envoys Program

There is no doubt that education play a vital role for development of a nation. Countries around the world are struggling to enhance their development in different aspect through education, particularly to foster competitive human resources. A phenomenon famously called ‘globalization’ has triggered this initiative become more internationalized and borderless, especially to encourage higher education


Space[Less]City : Students’ Perceptive Journey beyond Urban Analysis

In Architectural Design classes as in Architectural everyday practice, preliminary urban analysis is a mandatory step of the design process in the understanding of opportunities and constraints of a project for an urban site. Classic analysis based on the study of existing cartography and on the production of abstract diagrams is no longer appropriate. In


Learning Experiences of Libyan Master’s Students at a UK University

This paper examines learning experiences of Libyan students studying master’s courses in different disciplines at a UK University. The study forms a case study because Libyan students as a case represent a group of people seeking higher educational experiences, but coming from a country that is civil war and ongoing conflict. The paper uses community