Educators: Form emotional connections between students, lessons

At a recent workshop, educators discussed the importance of creating an emotional connection between students and the material they learn in class. However, educators also recognized that teachers face constraints in the classroom, such as limited schedules and a rigid curriculum. They also discussed the importance of trusting students and giving them the freedom to explore topics that are interesting to them.

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