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Let's Get Motivated! (Encouraging Self-Motivated Learners) ... How do we raise responsible, self-motivated learners? Some say rigorous, structured academics will teach our children self-discipline and perseverance. Others counsel us to turn children loose to follow their interests and eventually they will mature and become self-motivated. Is motivation taught, caught or inborn --or a combination of all three?

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