Introducing Self-directed Learning to College Students . Yokohama JALT Sunday, December 11th, 2005. caution. This is not an academic paper This is a story The story of my personal development as a teacher
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It seems that, in my search for a way to motivate students, I have peeled back a layer of an onion each time, and each layer has revealed a further layer beyond: motivation has not been greatly affected by any of the steps yet taken:
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