Young children learn from everything they do. They are naturally curious; they want to explore and discover. If their explorations bring pleasure or success, they will want to learn more. During these early years, children form attitudes about learning that will last a lifetime.
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Teachers and leaders from ancient cultures—for example, those of us born in the 20th century—agree: Adolescents aren't always interested in the topics adults consider important for them to learn. Ten- to year-olds, we declare, rarely inject anything but minimal energy into their studies. Instead, they demand, "When are we ever going to use this? It's easy for adults who've forgotten the wonder and uncertainty of the adolescent years to declare that students today are more uninterested in school and undisciplined in life than they were at that age.
The truth is every generation thinks higher of their own performance of when they were teens. How soon we all forget. Still, the reality for many businesses is teens are the employees closest to the customer… the face of their company! This is an age group, most born since , whose entire lives have been enveloped in a world of technology, information and communication change, as well as major cultural and societal shifts. Less attention has been given to personal responsibility, and basic work ethics are not taught in school or at home.