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    Experiental Learning

    Posted on December 5, 2023

    School education through spontaneous research practices has now reached a certain level where focus is more on classroom lectures and little-to-no hands-on exposure to the subjects being taught. Often laboratory experiments are treated as a part of curriculum requisites hence is void of creativity and innovations. Back in the days, when formal education procedure was under development, learning was centric to experiences rather than just a well decorated collection of information. In modern context, those orthodox practices are termed as experiential learning.

    Modern-day education system revolves around the concept of classroom lectures devoting most of its time imparting bookish knowledge. Although monotonous, the resultant scenario has its origin to several factors that were peculiar in the pasts. Firstly, the count of students in present state is huge limiting the accessibility and availability of resources. Secondly, school has to run on a specific budget thus driving the adaption of economically viable approaches. Thirdly, the pattern of examinations and cut-throat competition together victimize the students towards theoretical expertise. But the learning of students is above all and has to be effective and far-reaching.

    Hands-on learning common for experiential learning provides students with an opportunity to explore the practical aspects of the subjects that are being taught in the classroom setting making it much more effective.  A typical classroom consists of different categories of learners. According to an article by Poonam Kharb et al published in Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research on June 7, 2013, Kinesthetic learners were the most common type of learners in their study of 100 medical students. This type of learner is strongly benefitted by the hands-on learning scheme. Thus, experiential learning must be a matter of concern for every classroom teaching strategy.

    Nvis Technologies Pvt. Ltd. provides a range of products under the domains of PhysicsRoboticsArtificial Intelligence and Internet of Things. The educational trainers are meant for deep-down studies following a practical experience. Our products render high quality standards and are suitable for the students at the secondary level to take their learning practice to a whole new level.

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