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From: alan

To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2008042917:59:17
Subject: Re: Identifying slow learners and lazy learners

Yes, I agree there is a difference between a slow and lazy learner. 
Slow learners show interest in their education.  Lazy learner wants
you to do everything for them.  When I assist any student I write and
read for them as little as possible. I have them put the information
in their own words.  I also discovered if you do to much for the lazy
learn they try to get more from me. Sometimes it helps if I have a
student tutor mentor the lazy learner.  Sometimes a student can motive
another student better then parents or teachers.  

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