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Articles DIS 1 and DIS 2 appeared in our April issue. DIS 1 presented an historical survey of the methods used, either in the past or currently, to develop interactive skills. DIS 2 described the search for new methods and set down the criteria an effective method would have to meet. The present...
Sooner or later, most training officers who operate in the management and supervisory fields are faced with the problem of selecting or recommending a guest speaker for an incompany course or conference. Very often, such presentations are regarded as the highlight of the course and can exert a...
Just before Christmas of 1970 I received a letter from a French friend who had enabled me during the period 19501960 to visit, in Paris, many of the new Industrial Complementary Courses which were being built up as part of the French postwar drive to restore and advance the nation's industrial...
Discovery learning, says Michael Toye, is a method of ensuring that you get the information you require when you are ready for it. If this is so, it is not difficult to see why the method proves so successful with problem groups that is with people who, for a variety of reasons, are not at the...
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