When we are a teacher, a biggest part of our work is to teach children in such a way that they get interest in studying. Often children believe that what they are learning will only use now, they have no role in the future.Children think that there is no fun in what they are learning, they are learning this only to get good marks but not for their interest. If teachers teach children in a way that they get interest in learning, then they will enjoy learning. And this happens only when teachers teach children with interest. Interest comes from hobbies. I think of it as a hobby mindset. Modelling enthusiasm and making concepts personally relevant can do wonders for student engagement, self-direction, and relationships.
What is a hobby?
A hobby is something we love to do for our pleasure in our free time. Hobbies include collecting themed items and objects, engaging in creative and artistic activities, playing sports, dancing, singing, or pursuing other amusements.