The International Council of Ophthalmology is excited to offer the new edition of the online course: Learning and Teaching Critical Thinking.
The ability to think critically is an advantageous skill and is key to being a successful professional.
This 8-week course is designed to improve your analytical abilities and help you make better decisions. The course is expected to require 2 to 3 hours of time a week, depending on the participant’s previous experience and knowledge. You will have 16 weeks to complete it.
By the end of the course participants will:
- Improve their skills to make good decisions in both professional and personal settings.
- Facilitate group decision making by presenting an effective model for discussions.
- Be better equipped to help students develop their own critical thinking skills.
Learning and Teaching Critical Thinking opens on 23 March 2018. Each week a new module will open. Anyone who registers after that date will have access for 16 weeks from the date that they register.
There is no fee for the course, but proof of purchase of the reading material is required.Learn more about the course materials.
Funding for this Online Course is made possible in part by Glaukos Corportation. We thank all of the supporters of the ICO’s Teaching the Teachers Initiative.
How to Register for the Course:
- Sign in or create an account at the course website: elearning.icoph.org
- Once logged in, you will be directed to the course page. Select Learning and Teaching Critical Thinking to self-enroll.
- On the registration page you will be able to see a detailed description of the course.
- To proceed with the course, submit your proof of purchase by uploading your receipts at the bottom of the registration page.
- When your proof of purchase is verified, you will be able to participate in the course, beginning 23 March 2018.
What is included in the course:
- Audiovisual lectures
- Selected readings
- Discussion forums
- Assignments and quizzes to guide course learning
- Practice scenarios
- Performance support documents
- Help Desk for technical issues
- Access to the course for 16 weeks
- A Certificate of Participation, upon completion of the course.
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Director for E-Learning
International Council of Ophthalmology