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Supporting Classroom Engagement through Emotional Connection

Adult learners can be notoriously stubborn and less receptive to change, leading to reduced engagement in a classroom setting. Here are five tips for creating emotional connections to increase classroom engagement.

Growing up, school was a place many kids groaned about attending every day. From having to wake up early to slogging through a day of classes…

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Sarah Nell-Rodriquez

Sarah Nell-Rodriquez

Technical education expert in software and analytics. Believer in propagating kindness in life. Doer of good. Maker of food. Mother of cats.

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