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Should You Learn Their Names?

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Should You Learn Their Names?

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Most teachers think they should. Almost all make an effort and feel guilty when they fail. In the literature, learning students' names is widely advocated as a good teaching practice with claims made that it builds relationships with students and creates a positive atmosphere in the course.

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