A young student teacher discovers that his own enthusiasm for mathematics is not sufficient motivation for restless young students. He finds that only when he aims his teaching at goals his youngsters can recognize and find desirable, do class interest and achievement rise to the level he requires. Film demonstrates that adequate motivation is basic to all good teaching and the techniques and psychological principles that this
teacher employs apply with equal force in any area of the school curriculum.
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