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The Challenge of Teaching

THE STUDENT isn’t listening — or isn’t hearing what you’re saying. If he expects to make any progress in the art, however, he must adjust his attitude. If, on the other hand, you’ve made five or six corrections and the student doesn’t implement any of them in the next class, the fault is yours. You need to examine your attitude and behavior and institute some changes.

OVERALL, one of the most significant challenges in the — and one that’s often

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