Monthly Archives: October 2015

Great scores for Wageningen research

‘The quality of research at this university is getting better and better, if the evaluation of the Peer Review committees is anything to go by. They declared a full 20 chair groups ‘excellent’. Cause for celebration. Source: http://resource.wageningenur.nl/en/science/show/Great-scores-for-Wageningen-research.htm  

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Learning theories listed

During recent presentations I have listed various learning (and education) theories (without having the time to elaborate on these, except for competence theory). The list is requested by various colleagues, and is as follows:

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Future-oriented competence domains listed

The Department of Agricultural Leadership, Education and Communication, from the flagship landgrant university of Texas, Texas A&M University at College Station, as well as the Association of Professional Futurists in the USA, invited me to share my thoughts about the … Continue reading

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Photo impressions of tour to USA October 2015

These are a couple of photo impressions of my tour from Houston to Atlanta during the last three weeks. I had the privilege to meet with various colleagues and present in the field of Agricultural Education and Extension and Educational Sciences … Continue reading

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Wageningen University enters THE list of top 50 best universities in the world

‘By securing the 47th place on the renowned Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings, Wageningen University can now officially call itself one of the fifty best universities in the world. Excellent results in the area of research, teaching and … Continue reading

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