Teachable differences

Teaching is an institution that helps an individual acquire knowledge, competence, or virtue– not necessarily associated with skill building. Training is the action of teaching an individual a skill or type of behavior. Supervision is an action or process to oversee, critically watch, or direct activities – generally includes teaching and training.

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4 Responses to Teachable differences

  1. adguru101 says:

    Important distinctions 🙂

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  2. somdattadeb says:

    Very good explanation. Often people mixed up teaching and training, knowledge and skill.

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