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Teaching styel Good or Bad???

I have a teacher For automotive Brakes & Suspension and from the first cuple weeks seem to do real good but as time went on me and some other students found that he would teach one thing in class and something diffrent in the lab so it was brought to his Attention and he explains that the book we learn from is just that a book its done this way in the field. So what to do? Me I let it go and week by week it got more out of control to the point of changing of answers I a text book. Should he be able to do this ?? So we have text days and lab days your grad is 60% lab you do an inspection and find you can't get any lab sheets out of it but your class mates get some and your behind and this goes on week after week your going to get a low grad. You aske about other ways to get job sheets like moke-ups and there are nun but the teacher has been doing this 13 years you would think in all this time there would be something. The point is its time to change do more then just the job go a little bit more then the job and get the things needed for the student so they can do the job sheets with out a car? I have a year model of 91 and he has never done the rear struts on the type I have how can he teach what he dose not know?
And should this teacher not yeal or get mad over someone not getting something that is being explained to them. We gave good money to be in school we should get a good learning too right?

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I see,,,,

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...no problems related to computers nor Windows XP. Anyway, what IS the problem ? You want a better life ? It's a bit too early for that for a student like you.

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Wrong forum

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Try the Speakeasy forum if it's still around.

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riiiiiight......

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Plain ?
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before criticizing....

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your automotive brake and suspension instructor....I'd be really angry with everyone of your English instructors

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I agree with everything everyone else has said here,

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but for your information, it's called "Theory", and "Practice".

That is, what you learn in the classroom is the Theory. How it should work in an ideal world.

What you learn in the workshop is the Practical side of the theory. How to make the theory actually work in a less than ideal world.

Mark

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