Now available: “The High Cost of Free Thinking; Debating Education Reforms in the Gulf”

Now available on ResearchGate.com

My Copenhagen University paper on the hyper-speed shift to Student-Centred Learning in the the Arab/Muslim context: “The High Cost of Free Thinking; Debating Education Reforms in the Gulf”. If you want to see the issues the UK might be facing in 10-20 years, have a look at this – or just join Healing Fractures Educators’ Workshop March 17 in Norwich.

 “…clarified and expounded upon so many issues waiting for increased research and attention from the world, particularly the Muslims” – Zahid Sheikh, University of Southern California.

Summary available directly in previous post.

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Filed under Cooperative Learning, Didactic methodologies, Education policy, Multiculturalism, Research

2 responses to “Now available: “The High Cost of Free Thinking; Debating Education Reforms in the Gulf”

  1. Pingback: Socio(pathic) Skills#2; Teaching limits of debate (?) | cooperativelearning.info

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