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Wednesday, November 25 • 10:00 - 11:30
D27: Innovative teaching strategies for global academic collaboration towards a sustainable society

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The main objective of the event would be to share innovative teaching strategies to optimize learning for a new generation of students in a global society. These teaching strategies can be implemented and reflected upon in selected cohorts of students from the participating departments and countries. Activities will focus on enhancing students’ academic performance, but will also focus on the development of skills and competencies during clinical placement in a profession where artificial intelligence (AI) is raising many questions about the stimulation of critical thinking skills for the training of employable graduates. Examples of such strategies include, to mention but a few are, peer-assisted learning, simulation-based learning, problem-based learning, and critical thinking.

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J du Plessis

HoD, Central University of Technology

R Slabbert

Lecturer / ECP Coordinator, Central University of Technology Free State

Wednesday November 25, 2020 10:00 - 11:30 CET
Zoom Room B