TEP must be criticised, but not discarded

Ireland“The Trinity Education Project (TEP) is a highly aspirational ideal of education reform for the College – possibly even more radical than the semi-semesterisation model introduced in 2010. Its aim to reduce the amount of assessments for students in order to move away from over-focusing on exams makes a lot of sense; its idea to imbue in students ‘attributes’ that will stand to them after graduation is a good idea – it could only be beneficial for Trinity graduates if employers associated certain qualities or attitudes with them …” (more)

[Darragh McDonagh, Trinity News, 10 February]


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