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Lab of Tomorrow: How Can We Improve Chronic Disease Prevention in Kenya?

Local and foreign entrepreneurs and experts from various branches celebrated the fifth annual “lab of tomorrow” meeting with the focus on finding a solution to a specific development problem. The German e-learning provider Lecturio participated in the 3-day workshop contributing its expertise in medical education. Together with about 50 other companies and organizations (including SAP and the WHO), Lecturio helped explore ideas to improve chronic disease prevention in Kenya. The project has since progressed to a test phase planning together with a local partner firm.

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Learn How to “Make It Stick” with Renowned Author Peter C. Brown (Part 2)

Students have to memorize and understand ever-growing amounts of information and concepts in medical school. To conquer that, universities often urge their students to take the latest courses on “Learning How to Learn”, however, they themselves teach the way they have always taught. Students are responding with an all-time low attendance rate and seek outside help to pass their exams, which can lead to bulimic learning and a next generation of so-so doctors. Read below the first part of our interview series with recognized author Peter Brown to learn more about how we at Lecturio use “Make It Stick” concepts to improve student performance and long term retention, but also how you as a teacher can leverage those sticky ideas for your classroom.

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Learn How to “Make It Stick” with Renowned Author Peter C. Brown (Part 1)

Students have to memorize and understand ever-growing amounts of information and concepts in medical school. To conquer that, universities often urge their students to take the latest courses on “Learning How to Learn”, however, they themselves teach the way they have always taught. Students are responding with an all-time low attendance rate and seek outside help to pass their exams, which can lead to bulimic learning and a next generation of so-so doctors. Read below the first part of our interview series with recognized author Peter Brown to learn more about how we at Lecturio use “Make It Stick” concepts to improve student performance and long term retention, but also how you as a teacher can leverage those sticky ideas for your classroom.

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