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Binta Suleiman, Teacher, Nigeria
I am interested in persuasion theory and its practical application. However, as a trainer, I realise that most students have problems understanding what theoretical frameworks to apply in the design of their persuasion programs. Who can help in this? (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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  Shruti Misra, Coach, India
 

Theoretical versus Practical Knowledge

Hi Binta. in today's world, experience and practical knowledge is important.
You can design the lessons around theoretical frameworks in ways to help your students to understand them better. For example, you can try experimenting with role plays, videos, etc. to make learning more fun.
This will also help to make your classes more interactive and fun.

  Jaap de Jonge, Editor, Netherlands
 

Discussing Applications of Business Frameworks

Also recommend your students to join 12manage as a way to discuss various concepts and frameworks with people operating in management practice ;-).

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