Role of Academia in Managing Conflicts of Collaborative Groups

It has been stated that faculty members may be unaware of the effective strategies to manage conflict and some just keep watching without any effective guidance. After navigating the internet about this issue, I have found that there are some unpretentious efforts at some colleges worldwide that offer students courses on learning conflict resolution skillsContinue reading “Role of Academia in Managing Conflicts of Collaborative Groups”

Conflicts within Learning Collaborative Groups

Creative educators establish quality learning environments that allow students to engage in collaborative learning activities within their assigned groups. Such environments contribute to better learning outcomes, including development of higher order thinking skills. Students can be heterogeneous in their outlooks to collaborative activities, especially when participants of diverse cultures and attitudes are connected in computer-basedContinue reading “Conflicts within Learning Collaborative Groups”


Can teachers find their way to go freely open?

Teachers’ Adoption of Open Educational Resources in Higher Education Despite the availability of open educational resources (OERs), users are still faced with barriers to accessing resources. When I started learning about open education and OERs, the most frequent vocabulary I have encountered were confusing, debate (dispute, argue, controversial) and strive (struggle, pursue). Amazing, isn’t it?Continue reading “Can teachers find their way to go freely open?”


Developing Digital Literacies in the Corona Era

Amazing how things went in the elapsed two weeks. What we have witnessed recently is an amazing forcible engagement of the most resistant educators in the e-learning process. On the other hand, students had to complete the cycle too. When persons in charge clearly identify the complexity of learning materials and experience of both teachersContinue reading “Developing Digital Literacies in the Corona Era”