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From: Brad Rosin <moo5003@hotmail.com>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2004032500:13:47
Subject: Re: Student apathy

Student Apathy is solved through countering the three main causes. 
Spiritual Weakness, Social Setting, and Physical Health.  Through
parents you can change a kids social setting in hopes to change
his/her's pressures and stability at home.  What has truly worked for
me though is helping ones spiritual weakness by giving them
motivation.  Every kid is a secular case and must be dealt with
accordingly but once they can find a motivation and become present
with the moment they should be able to overcome their apathetic

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