Is it a problem if some questions are not related to class materials?

Some Packback students actually brought up before. Julia Baker, a student from the University of Alabama, addressed this concern in her feedback and we honestly couldn’t agree more: “People have asked real life questions that relate to what we’re learning in class. It actually made it easier for me to understand and comprehend because they relate it to the real world.”

We believe that the ability to think critically about class’s materials and connect it to real-world examples is extremely important. Even though it might not directly relate to class materials, it's important for students to keep an open mind and contribute to the discussion.

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