Educational History: Trigger Scenario

| July 13, 2017

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Taking an educational history from your learner when they first arrive in your workplace is as important as taking a history from your patients. The educational history will help you to understand your learners motivations, strengths, weaknesses and what.

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Being the largest bilingual college in North America, LaSalle College counts five specialty schools with over 60 programs to choose from. Each year, its campuses welcome to 20% of its student population from all corners of the globe. LaSalle College walks the extra mile for its students from the very first week of class up until the day you graduate. As the largest bilingual college in North America, LaSalle College has five specialized schools with over 60 programs to choose from. Each year, almost 20% of our student population comes from all over the world. From the first week of class, until the end of your studies, LaSalle College makes every effort to succeed.

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