I'd like to hear what those of you who teach young beginners and adults (meaning a pretty wide range) feel is important in keeping a student interested and motivated? Of course, there are many things that can only be addressed at the individual student level.
But think of the great pedagogues and your mentors. What made him or her stand out in your memory as being exceptional?
I have further questions of a more personal nature on this topic so I'd appreciate engaging any of you who might be interested in emailing me, firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks so much.
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