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Iranian Expert to Share Experience Teaching TRIZ in Primary School

Iranian Expert to Share Experience Teaching TRIZ in Primary School
On April 9, the fourth session of IOE’s Fast-track Seminar Series in Education R&D 2021 will feature an open expert talk titled, ‘Teaching TRIZ [Theory of Inventive Problem Solving] in Primary School: An Iranian Case Study.’

HSE University and Skyeng Start Exploring Online Education Together

HSE University and Skyeng Start Exploring Online Education Together
The HSE Institute of Education has opened a Joint Department with Skyeng to create faster and more effective tools in online education, research, and specialist training in the field of educational technology.

Building on Shallow Grounds: What Precludes Students from Making It to University Hooding

Building on Shallow Grounds: What Precludes Students from Making It to University Hooding
IOE experts Evgeniia Shmeleva and Isak Froumin have recently come up with a paper that analyzes factors that are primarily responsible for undergraduate churn in programs of computer science and engineering education. The research draws upon a massive sample of more than 4,000 STEM students at 34 universities across Russia. Using this study as the starting point, we have set out to further elaborate on the topic, with student attrition representing an ever-pressing challenge for the global university realm. It turns out there is a particularly strong link between the amount of academic capital one was able to build up by school completion (as expressed by the score on the K–11 Unified State Exam) and one’s odds of successfully making it through the university coursework.