How To Manage the Emotional Needs of Learners in Teaching Sessions

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Author (s): Ceri Evans, Abdulmohsen Alomair, Nada Bashar, Jayan George, Maung Moe, Madeleine Attridge, Penny Blake, Dafydd Evans, Lisa Railton

Emotions influence learning by affecting our thinking, behaviour and memory.  Emotional learning attempts to create a caring and engaging learning environment.  Giving appropriate consideration to and managing emotions during educational encounters can improve interest and attention, reasoning, problem solving and decision making in learners as well as motivation and energy in the teacher.

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