Introduction Chapter 1 – Quality Of Teaching Chapter 2 – Quality Of Life Chapter 3 – Quality Of Academic Development Chapter 4 – Quality Of Program Development Chapter 5 – Quality Education: Inspiring Innovation From Traditional Philosophy Bibliography
The recent International acclaimed report " World University Rankings 2013-2014"World University Rankings 2013-2014" affirms the rise of the Asian universities among the World's best 400 ranked universities. Almost 15% or 62 varsities are from the Asian region. Among the top 100 there are 11 Asian universities and, among the top 200, 10% are from Asian countries. The slowing pace of the European … Continue reading Innovation and Progress: the new paradigms of tomorrow’s university CHAPTER 5 – QUALITY EDUCATION: INSPIRING INNOVATION FROM TRADITIONAL PHILOSOPHY
We are all creative creatures. We all can find a solution in a situation that seems difficult (to say the least). Creativity is a type of learning process where the teacher and pupil reside in the same individual – Arthur Koestler To stimulate this, I want to advice you to start creating more mind maps. … Continue reading Mind Map as booster for Creativity
There are plenty of Mind Map applications for personal computers and laptop. The ones mentioned hereinafter are all available on Micrososft Store for Windows 10. I will divide them in two categories: the free applications and the application which need to be purchased. I suggest the new user to, firstly, how to use mind map … Continue reading Common Mind Mapping softwares and Applications
Anybody who has to deal with lots of information can benefit from mind mapping. This information can be found in your head, in books, documents or papers, in other people, etc. No need to use maps if you are not dealing with information, ideas, thoughts, fears, projects, etc. that are crystal clear and need no … Continue reading Who should be the user of Mind Map
You will never get on top of your tasks. You will never get far enough ahead to be able to get to all those books, magazines, and leisure time activities that you dream of.
To answer this question, we need to take a brief history lesson and to describe the work of Gordon Allport, Raymond Cattell, Hans Eysenck, Paul Costa & Robert McCrae. This is worthwhile because many of the tests and much of the terminology developed in the last century by these psychologists is still in widespread use … Continue reading How Many Personality Traits Are There?