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Students do pay attention to what you teach them. Some times as teachers we think they don't pay attention but they do. The students love to see a teacher make mistakes , so sometimes I make one on purpose to keep them involved. Most of my class is hands on, so when I see a student making a mistake I go ahead and let him, for we all know as teachers that is when we learn. You do not make a mistake if you learn from it.

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