Do you agree or disagree with the following statement. Is it more important for students to understand ideas and concepts than it is for them to understand facts. Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.

"Learning never exhausts one's mind". The quote emphasizes the fact that learning is what one does to enhance their knowledge of a concept which is why I firmly believe that, it is important for one to understand ideas and concepts. When students learn with understanding, they not only know the theory of the topic but the practical implementation of it. Having industry-ready knowledge is important as it helps pupils discover the fascinating implementations of what they have learned. When students read them just as mere facts, they miss out on the valuable point of what it truly means. When students by-heart their concepts they don't understand the beauty of the background of that thesis. They learn just for the sake of getting good grades and not how these concepts can help shape the lives of many.
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