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Just curious to know how LQ point system works. I have noticed that when someone joins LQ he entitled as a member. Then after 30 posts he becomes a member. And then I have seen some senior members as well. What is this system about? Is there a place where I can find a description regarding this.
My experience as a military technical instructor tells me this:
If one student is having problems learning something, maybe it's the student, maybe it's the instructor, or maybe is a combination of the two. It's the instructor's job to analyse the situation to determine which applies.
If several members of a class are having problems learning a lesson, it's definitely the instructor at fault.
In re questions: there are no dumb questions. It's dumb not to ask if you don't understand.