If Kids Don't Want to Learn, You Probably Can't Make 'Em

Meeting Notes · October 2001 · By Ted Kolderie

Jack Frymier sums up a lifetime of experience in teaching: If students want to learn they will. If they don't, you probably can't make 'em. Motivation is individual. Education is failing in the relationship between teachers and students. Motivating students is a teachable skill: It just isn't very often taught where teachers are trained.

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