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Ibn Khaldoun

Theories on Education with Reflections on Problem-Based Learning Strategies

Abdullah A. Al Sayyari and Fayez Hejaili

Ibn Khaldoun is the recognised founder of sociology. We propose that he is also the father of education and education methodology. We reflect on how close and relevant his educational theories are to contemporary educational strategies. He emphasises three stages of teaching and abhors coercion in education. Developing the interest of the pupil in the craft that he is studying is the central theme of good education. Ibn Khaldoun describes the influence of 'emotional intelligence' as an important component of educational and personal development, and he rejects the idea that intelligence is ethnically determined.

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Sarah B. Rodriguez

space for students to safely practice applying the ethical principles they learned in class to real-life scenarios in a space where their decisions do not have real-life implications. In this way, it reflects problem-based learning (PBL) methods. While

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Democratizing the Digital Collection

New Players and New Pedagogies in Three-Dimensional Cultural Heritage

Jane-Heloise Nancarrow

Conference Proceedings . Ballantyne , Neil , and Alan Knowles . 2007 . “ Enhancing Student Learning with Case-based Learning Objects in a Problem-based Learning Context: The Views of Social Work Students in Scotland and Canada .” MERLOT Journal of

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Flipping the classroom

Students’ perceptions from an introductory sociology course

Ann Ward, Aja Antoine, and Wendy Cadge

.1177/0092055X17730113 . 10.1177/0092055X17730113 Eglitis , D , F. Buntman and D. Alexander ( 2016 ), ‘ Social issues and problem-based learning in sociology: Opportunities and challenges in the undergraduate classroom ’, Teaching Sociology 44 , no