Refuse to Give Advice

giving advice adult education If you’re trying to have a more equal relationship with students, refusing to give advice is the best policy. Here’s my advice about giving advice to adult literacy, adult basic education or GED learners.

Watch the video, from Literacy Nova Scotia’s collection of videos called The Teaching Toolbox.

This is the last of five strategies for developing stronger relationships with learners. See also “Listen,” “Yes Means Yes,” “Make Your Teaching Transparent,” and “Say How You Feel.”

teaching adult literacy (You will find all five written up here.)

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