Education, of course, two-way process. Assimilation of knowledge depends both on the student and the teacher. But to a greater extent the quality of knowledge – the result of teacher professional approach. Louis Kreisberg is often quoted on this topic. From the art of teaching depends Of course, not all but many. You'd think if a student is not ready, lazy, did not want to accept new knowledge, then the best technique in the world will not help, but Even in this case, you can prepare and motivate the child. Who is can do? Can the child, parent, teacher.
The main thing is that the situation is not hopeless. By the way the reasons why the child has no desire to learn a little bit. Reasons are universal for all of them depends on the quality of knowledge. Quality Knowledge depends on several principles. These rules are fully applicable to self-education, when you also acted as a student and teacher for himself. When these principles are violated, then the learning becomes difficult and boring. Any new material in this case is absorbed with difficulty.
What quality of knowledge can then say? These principles are: 1) gradual. From simple to complex, from complex to more complex. Or from simple to more more than just that right (because when c is false, then-lie). The vast majority of the obstacles in learning occurs because of violation of a gradual learning. Haphazard approach to the development of any item to confuse any rights. Said long ago: "Follow it follows on from previous." If we did the previous one, but started to do the following – as a result we get a headache and aversion to new knowledge.