April 29, 2012

is that strictly speaking legal?

i received a mail the other day for a module that i have to attend starting tomorrow.
It says something like thisLearning Contract.


So, in essence from the introductory para, i should firmly believe that the instructor will be explaining everything in such a manner that we will all understand and (if) by chance a colleague or myself for some coincidence do not realize the potential or value of this module, it is totally to be blamed on the student, who by the way is also paying.

Now i believe i should bring in the point of view of Paul here as well.
Isn't it obvious that as we are working in a team, we would want to be giving voluntary commitment and engagement over and above the compliance level?

Then why structure something the obvious and common into a "Contract". A contract saying, 'if i am absent on my part at (any time) during this module week, the 2 mentioned breach of contract terms are liable on me.

Please someone make me understand, i am already fearing what the instructor might say if i end up asking him/her.


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