What strategies can be used to draw out and use the prior knowledge of the trainees in a administrative job training session when training them to perform their job responsibilities?

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Two strategies are deductive and inductive training. Deductive training teaches the skills that are needed without direct reference to past learning, education or experience. Inductive training emphasizes higher level cognitive skills, problem solving and independent thinking, all of which are much needed in administrative positions (Margaret C. Lohman, "Deductive and Inductive on-the-Job Training Strategies").


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