Fourth Floor Studio

July 6, 2007

Australian undergraduate teaching

Filed under: news, science — chris @ 1:30 pm

[…] universities are taking in students to study science who do not have the preparation, and possibly ability, to complete courses of proper rigor[…]

In Australia, the pressure to combat declining science undergraduate enrollment has resulted in dumbed-down courses with lower standards enrolling many unprepared  students (a worldwide theme, mind you). Whilst keeping the departments afloat – at least temporarily – the long-term damage to education and science is huge. The other logical extension, recruiting foreign students, has lead to interesting, if flawed, experiments in foreign campuses.

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1 Comment »

  1. If this student has not been taking AP courses in high school then they are already at somewhat of a disadvantage.

    Comment by Counter Strike Warhammer 4 1 Patch Notes . — February 24, 2012 @ 7:55 am


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