Reviving in the Arab world the learning methods of the Arab/Islamic Golden Age which are still valid in the twenty-first century for the globalized Knowledge Economy despite the far greater complexity and volumes of knowledge of the 21st century. Those methods, especially open-ended discussions, can provide solutions to the best Arab/Muslim educators’ desire to educate Arab and Muslim youths today, as in their Golden Age, to have intellectual power and creativity equal to anyone, anywhere, anytime.

Mahhakkat At Tafkir

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Do teachers in universities need a training sessions in educational practices ? How to communicate effectively with their students ? How to lead students to construct knowledge ?
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