By Tristian Stobie17.12.19In Cambridge Learners, Teaching strategiesComments 0 Confidence is highly desirable when it is combined with wisdom, understanding and respect. It is very dangerous when combined with ignorance or prejudice. The Cambridge learner attributes recognise this:   “Cambridge students are confident, secure in their knowledge, unwilling to take things for granted and ready to take intellectual risks. They are keen…

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By Denise Nijhuis06.03.20In Global Perspectives, Higher education, RecognitionComments 0 Let me paint you a picture: I work in student recruitment and am standing at a university fair in a high school gym. I am surrounded by excited teenagers thinking about their future. While chatting with a small group of students about the opportunities my university, University College Roosevelt, can offer,…

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