Author: Thomas Feldges

SYMPOSIUM: The reach, the scope and the possibility for student-engagement

This symposium aims to elaborate on three aspects of student-engagement/student-as-partners agendas. Within a globalised, neo-liberal economy education itself has become subject to market-forces, leaving students as being perceived and perceiving themselves as ‘customers’. By developing three perspectives we aim to...

Is it all about the marks?

We report about a single-case study (n=296) with data collected from one hybrid FE/HE provider. We assessed undergraduate students in terms of their attainment, achievement and in relation to individual differences as displayed by individually assessed resilience level. Although some...

The Art of Education or the Science of Education?

This paper focuses upon the possibility and limitation of an Educational Neuroscience (ENS) or Mind-Brain Education (MBE) in a general way. Both approaches seem to nurture the hope that educational efforts in general could be provided with a scientific foundation....