Can You Master Science Like Never Before?
“Curvilinear motion is defined as a motion that occurs when a particle travels along a curved path, which can be in two dimensions (in a plane), or in three dimensions. This type of motion is more complex than rectilinear (straight-line) motion”Source
Clueless? Me too.
Is science giving you a hard time? Well, what if I told you that you could fall in love with this incomprehensible subject?
Back in fourth grade, remember when we were learning about how sound waves are transmitted and we made that device with two cups and a string?
Not only did that make me feel like Graham Bell; but that experiment, it stuck with me. In fact every time I backed up a theory with a practical experiment it really got ingrained in my system.
But then, what did I do differently?
The Big Revelation
Presenting to you, experiential learning. The practice of learning something by actively doing it and then reflecting upon it. The reason experiential learning is so implementable in scientific study is that it imparts qualities onto its learners.
Qualities like logical thinking, critical reasoning and making keen observations. It helps students unlearn and reorder the conception of any topic, leaving no room for dull, lifeless and rote learning approaches.
Hands-on examples, further benefit traditional science learning as they provide an industry relatable experience.
Once the learning outcomes of any topic are established, they can be implemented through various experiential disciplines.
Take it Home
Remember the first paragraph on Curvilinear Motion that needed Alan-Turing-like deciphering skills? Well, it can be broken down into the simplest way – using household items like binding wire and springs through experiential learning.
This video by ThinkTac shows you how:
So, are you ready to get your hands dirty and redefine the phrase “rocket science”?
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