Questioning Behavior and Communication Paradigms in Cambodian Vocational Training Institutions

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Vocational Training Education (VTE) is a prime tool for the development of Cambodia. Out of School Youth (OSY) who resort to Vocational Training Institutions (VTI) as their alternative providers to knowledge and skills attainment do not come from the most intellectually capable of standard school leavers. Helping them achieve and optimize knowledge, skills, and attitudes could ensure a more competent work force. However, even if the students seem to be self-motivated in attending classes in VTI’s, they seem to show shyness and inability in asking relevant questions. This hinders learning in a VTI environment. What factors could be attributed to this phenomenon? (Master of Development Communication special project, University of the Philippines)
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Thesis draft edition
Gerard Ravasco
October 1, 2011
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