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Norm Krumpe

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Re:Dan Hart's comments
Posted: Jul 10, 1995 1:48 AM
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>Dan's comment:(roughly)"... motivated students will learn a heck of a lot
>more from a bad teacher out of an old book than unmotivated students will
>learn under any circumstances."
>He's hit the nail right on the head. At my scholl 100% of the grads atttend
>college, about 50% in state and 50% out of state, many at Ivy League
>colleges. With these motivated students, it really doesn't matter how I
>teach. I'm mainly concerned with making it as easy as possible for them to
>learn so they can take more courses.

I don't think you are giving yourself the proper credit. Motivated students
still need the proper guidance, just as a good sailing vessel needs the
right wind. It matters a great deal how you teach motivated students.

Norm Krumpe

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