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    Instructional Strategies for Adult Education and Training

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    Just need your input and opinion with these questions.

    Students should not be expected to do something that was not communicated to them.

    Someone once said, (I forgot exactly who) that if we really know anything about education it is that students have a greater effect on the schools than the schools have on them. Could this be true?

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    1. Students should not be expected to do something that was not communicated to them.

    This really depends on the situation. Obviously, if students truly do not know that they were expected to do something (because it was not communicated to them), then they should not be expected to do it. Personally I once had a professor who was an extremely poor communicator yet had expectations of the class that went undone because no one knew that he wanted something done. In fact, he handed out failing grades to all of us for not ...

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