THE ART & SCIENCE OF LEARNING

Minerva Baccalaureate at Elite Open School: Applying Skills Rather than Cramming for Tests

When Yul Kim, a 14-year-old student from California, was searching for high school programs, he had...

Innovating from Within: The Creation of a New Interdisciplinary Degree for the University of Miami's Next Century

For a fully formatted and published version, visit here.  Revolutionizing the Undergraduate...

Fostering less stress, more character, in schools

Skipping lunch periods, cramming for Advanced Placement (AP) exams, staying up for hours to finish...

Four Questions Students (and Their Parents) Should be Asking on Their College Campus Tours this Summer

In the United States, summer is time for a much-deserved school break, family vacations, and for...

How to Succeed at Hybrid Learning

Hybrid learning, implemented correctly, can benefit students and instructors, improve educational...

Bridging Quality and Access in Higher Education in Southeast Asia: A Minerva Partnership Case Study

In Southeast Asia (referred to here as ASEAN), quality higher education is seen as a commodity of...

Seven Principles for Designing Experiential Learning Journeys

This blog was originally published on WISE.

Three Lessons High Schools Should Be Teaching Their Students

Thoughts From Leaders in College Admission and Education Innovation

Learning to learn, think, and innovate: Creating a new Bachelor's degree at Esade

Aligning the Hearts and Minds 

4 Trends That Will Shape The Future Of Higher Education