> ---------- Forwarded message ---------- > From: "Anna Roys" <email@example.com> > Date: Jun 27, 2014 10:44 AM
> Which learners would say they "liked" any subject > they have attempted without success?
Relevant to this discussion is the following which I saw online this morning: "It?s astonishing to me how many people develop their pet education theories assuming there is little or no interaction between motivation and learning, or that motivation is somehow outside the teacher?s job description. The assumption that motivation is entirely the student?s job leaves us no way to check ourselves for de-motivating pedagogy. If students don?t like sitting in warehouses, watching lecture videos, and clicking away at multiple choice questions, it?s either their own fault, or the fault of Miley Cyrus, social media, or Kids These Days, but not ours. Our theories can?t be impeached. We just need a better class of students..."