Video on MSU/Azim Premji University collaboration

by | Thursday, November 03, 2011

Over the past year I have been involved in an exciting new initiative – a partnership between the College of Education at Michigan State University and the newly set up Azim Premji University in Bangalore, India. (A previous post about our ongoing work can be found here). The International Studies and Programs at MSU recently released a video about this work, featuring yours truly. You can see it here…

There is also an article in their magazine – but that’s not online at this time.

Topics related to this post: India | Learning | Teaching | Worth Reading

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