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What does it take to be an effective educational adviser in Indonesia and Thailand?

Cannon, Robert A.


Structured group interviews with Thai and Indonesian educators indicate that expatriate advisers require a wide range of personal and professional qualities to be effective: they must have expertise, be able to establish and maintain good relationships with people, be well organised and effective teachers, and transfer information and skills that are applicable and of benefit to the nation. None of these qualities is simple or uni-dimensional. They [The?]study shows, for example, that...[Show more]

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