2016 Kampala Workshop

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The Eighth LINQED workshop took place in Kampala three weeks ago (17-20 May 2016). Thirty LINQED network members from Asia, Africa, Latin America and Europe participated. Good teaching & learning practices are at the heart of the annual LINQED workshop, as faculty staff involved in teaching & training share experiences with each other. LINQED wants to strengthen postgraduate training capacity in clinical, public and animal health, and the workshop is one of the activities it organises to accomplish its mission. 

Before the workshop, some articles were shared on the workshop themes. You can find them here

We recommend 3 more articles for these who are interested in further exploring the themes.

1. Cooperative learning: Johnson and Johnson's five pillar model

2. Critical thinking-using debate as a teaching method: Debate: Innovative teaching to enhance critical thinking and communication skills in healthcare professionals

3. Guideline for choosing a good debate proposition: With what kinds of subjects is argument effective?

 

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For general information
ljiang@itg.be