Tuesday, 31 March 2009 6:02 AM

Tourism Program at SICHE

I tend to think that it is quite too early to evaluate and compare pedagogical aspects of teaching the tourism course, since the program just started. In addition, you cannot compare the tourism course to other courses and lecturers. Or is it that the course has been lectured by local lecturers at its early stage to make that comparison? It is grossly misrepresented if you compare the lecturer of this new course to the other lecturers because I would have thought that no one else is lecturing this course. Unless the students were making general affective assumptions, in view of how other lecturers previously taught them from other subjects. Again one cannot compare an apple with orange though both are fruits.

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