Love learning Vs Hate learning - Gitika Kapoor

"Learning is a treasure that will follow its owner everywhere!"

As an English primary teacher in the 21st century, I have witnessed the stark difference between love learning and hate learning in my students. Love learning is when a child is enthusiastic, curious, and eager to absorb new information. 

They approach learning with excitement and passion, always eager to discover new things and expand their knowledge. On the other hand, hate learning is when a child is disinterested, unmotivated, and finds learning to be a chore. They approach learning negatively, often procrastinating or avoiding it altogether.

In today's fast-paced and ever-changing world, the ability to love learning is more important than ever. With technology constantly evolving and new information being discovered every day, students must have a love for learning to thrive in the 21st century. Those who love learning will be more adaptable, more innovative, and more successful in their careers.

On the other hand, those who hate learning will struggle to keep up with the pace of change and may find themselves left behind. In a world where knowledge is power, students need to embrace learning and see it as a lifelong journey rather than a chore.

As an English primary teacher, my goal is to foster a love for learning in each and every one of my students. I strive to create a positive and engaging learning environment where curiosity is encouraged, questions are welcomed, and mistakes are seen as opportunities for growth. By instilling a love for learning in my students, I am equipping them with the skills and mindset they need to succeed in the 21st century and beyond.

Gitika Kapoor 
Sunbeam International Varuna

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