Recently I visited a school and was asked to help a group of students who exhibited poor academic results and rowdy behavior. In my interaction with them, I observed they are not stupid. It is just that they find learning boring. From the availability of multimedia, children are becoming so accustomed to such media that they developed a "don't listen" attitude towards teachers whom they viewed as "boring". This can be a challenge to many who are trained in the traditional pedagogy and expect students to sit-and-listen, but experienced that students no longer listen to them. In future, teachers will need to be trained how to use a more engaging approach in teaching. They will need to use different strategy to get students more actively involved even through the extend of verbalizing what the students understand about the question before even embarking on the question itself. If teachers need to teach large classes then it will be a challenge, thus there will be a need to do screening and having small classes for students with such issue. Personally, I do not see it is the problem with the students. It is just the media world has got an upper hand of our children, and now we need to see how to train them to ensure they develop a learning attitude.