Iraqi teachers learn to empower students

02/12/2004 | Christian Science Monitor, The

The U.S. is introducing 33,000 Iraqi high-school teachers to learning techniques that abandon lecturing in favor of facilitating classroom discussions. Although the teachers are excited to be in training, many fear the Western-style emphasis on classroom debate and group learning may result in them losing traditionally unquestioned authority.

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