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Critical Thinking in Nigeria - GoFundMe is launched by friends of Leo Igwe

Posted: Thu, June 21, 2018 | By: Nigeria



​A GoFundMe campaign has been launched to raise $4,000 to teach Leo Igwe’s iDOUBT Critical Thinking workshops in Nigeria.

The campaign’s goal was originally $5,000 - but Brighter Brains Institute donated $1,000 immediately to help this important cause. The $1,000 from BBI was contributed via the generosity of the David Thompson fund. The $1,000 will be spent on providing 10 Critical Thinking workshops.

Leo Igwe’s iDOUBT method of Critical Thinking has already been taught by numerous instructors (employed by BBI) to 33 schools and groups in Nigeria, Uganda, Cameroon, Ghana and The Philippines. The BBI instructors in Nigeria are Board members Abdulrahman Aliyu and Sadiq Mokukura.

Leo Igwe’s intention is to engage dozens of teachers and volunteers to promote his CT method in Nigerian schools.

To donate to this campaign - organized by Scott Jacobsen - click HERE

Leo Igwe - inventor of the iDOUBT Critical Thinking method
Leo Igwe - inventor of the iDOUBT Critical Thinking method


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