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The present paper aims at presenting the Critical Thinking (CT) Skills assessment results in teachers participating in the Erasmus+ KA203 CRITHINKEDU summit (Critical Thinking Across the European Higher Education Curricula), organised in Leuven in June 2019. Within the summit, a workshop was organized to promote in participants' CT skills knowledge, especially in terms of CT assessment methods through open-ended questions. Based on our theoretical assumptions, description and interpretationdoi:10.20368/1971-8829/1135051 fatcat:f5qx3bk2azhjfdg2i6hzwz6lou