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Fostering Creative Thinking: What Does That Mean in Veterinary Education?

At first blush, creativity in veterinary medicine, or any type of medicine, sounds like a scary proposition.  After all, none of us would like for a physician to be “winging it” when they deal with our personal medical problems. 

Educational Truths Supporting Project-Based Learning

In veterinary medicine, we have long discussed “PBL” meaning “Problem-Based Learning,” but in his educational blog, A.J. Juliani discusses 10 educational truths supporting a related PBL, Project-Based Learning.  Cases or problems can motivate and incentivize students allowing them to express their interests and follow their curosity. Veterinary faculty in pre-clinical years should consider this more active learning approach.

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