[Susan notes: Lynn Stoddard has written an excellent book on this topic: Educating for Human Greatness, expanded 2nd edition.]
Published in Deseret News
To the editor
An article by Sara Lenz ("Limiting homework: 'Parents want their kids back,'" June 26) prompts me to ask some questions: Why is there such a big difference between extrinsic and intrinsic motivation? What if we could develop a school system in which students engage in much self-chosen home study?
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