Life long process

As we progress through life we learn many valuable lessons, many of these lessons tend to have a profound outcome on the type of person who we eventually mature into. The educational system might be rigid and boring , But we must ask ourselves , is there a way to make the process itself more enjoyable ? If you think that “science” and “fun” are two words that do not go together, then there is a museum in Moscow that aims to prove you wrong.Located in the north of Moscow, the brand new venue is called “Experimentanium”. As its name suggests, it is all about experimental science. if you found science lessons at school a dreadful experience, the new museum is still your chance to see how science makes you tick.Visitors can also experiment and play with more than 200 hands-on displays and brain teasers. There are optical illusions to test sight, special gadgets to explore the way the human body works and how the eye interprets light and color to form pictures we can see. It’s a very enjoyable experience that will make kids have passion for science and awaken the scientist in them. Also a school in Spain provided the children in a class with a brilliant idea to make them actually like mathematics , they showed them a video of David Beckham’s trade marked Freekicks which is a perfect parabola and asked them to calculate the distance given the speed of the ball and other data. Natalie Portman once said ” I don’t love studying. I hate studying. I like learning. Learning is beautiful.” And she’s absolutely right about it . The educational system is burying the creativity in one’s self by making them memorize data just to paste it in the exam’s sheets .Also it is not fully preparing the student to today’s market.
It’s our ethical responsibility to give them a proper education, to create from them our future scientists is a process that starts from the earliest stages . one never stop learning till they die.

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