A virtual multi-session workshop designed to build skills in using digital tools within teaching, learning, and assessment in higher education.
Taking a Holistic Approach to Education
Hope Antone, who develops strategies and oversees programs for faculty enhancement in whole person education, shares her perspective on whole person education in her native country, the Philippines.
Ushering Creativity into the Learning Process
Dr. Sister Pearl attended a faculty training workshop the United Board supported at the Asian University for Women in February 2019, where she heard Mercy Pushpalatha’s presentation on Bloom’s taxonomy.
An Enduring Guide for Teaching and Learning
As a chemistry professor, principal, and advocate for whole person education, Mercy Pushpalatha has relied upon Bloom’s taxonomy as a guide for teaching and learning.Now, as a program consultant for the United Board, Dr. Mercy introduces Bloom’s taxonomy at faculty development workshops for South Asian educators.
A New Outlook on Teaching and Learning
Pham Tran Thuy Anh attended the United Board’s 2018 Whole Person Education Academy because she wanted to find new ideas to motivate her teaching and, in turn, her students’ learning.
Socially Involved and Culturally Rooted
Dr. Juby Thomas describes herself as a “socially involved and culturally rooted academic” who believes the purpose of education is “to make our young citizens better people.”
Strengthening human relations can improve the quality of education.
Training in teaching, communication, and problem-solving for Sri Lankan educators.
Learning in Doing: Social Work Education in Northwest China
Mainland Chinese universities are responding to the government’s call to “build up a strong team of social workers to help in the development of the harmonious society,” by developing bachelor and master of social work degree programs.