Failure to Communicate

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Failure to Communicate
It is likely that a student perhaps hasn’t posted the question very clearly; it was misinterpreted. It is also unlikely that a student would take risk of saying, “That’s not the question or I meant this.” Because of the varying culture we are asked to remain silent, unfortunately if this continues it very likely that a student will stay permanently silent. Do we want that to happen?

As teacher, we shouldn’t hold on to few words, have a ugly guess about the question and give a lengthy answer. It is also seen students complain about the teacher to their head of dept or counselor but the trouble might lies elsewhere.

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