How can you teach to scientific disciplines
There is a teaching method that can be conventionally called training in the dark.
It often happens that the education system of a country does not change for decades or even centuries. In addition, the teaching method does not undergo any changes. Those methods that were used in the 1950s may prove to be ineffective in the 21st century, as not only the conditions for the existence of each individual man, but also mankind as a whole, have changed.
There is a teaching method that can be conventionally called training in the dark. The usual lecture method, which consists in conducting classes, during which the theory is presented, and practical exercises, during which the above theory is checked, only discourages students or students from further learning. Defacto can assert that the most well-remembered is the material that the student “missed through himself.” In other words, if he (or she) himself verified the scientific statement in practice.
In the dark man does not see anything at first. Then, in due course, the eyes adapt to the ambient light, and some of the individual parts of the objects, then their general contours, stand out in the field of view. As a result, the brain unknowingly connects them together, giving the integral image of the subject.
Similarly, this private tutor – tutor – can build their own classes. There is no need at first to outline the theory, and then in practice to check how knowledge has been mastered. A person is endowed with five senses that can be used in everyday life.
The threshold of sensation is called the reaction of the organ of vision, hearing, scent to the smallest stimulus of the environment. For example, such a threshold for the eye is the ability to see the candle flame on a clear, dark night at a distance of about five kilometers. For the ear, distinguish the ticking of the wristwatch in full silence at a distance of six meters. In the case of taste sensation it is the presence of a teaspoon of sugar in a solution in volume of eight liters. The smell is a sensation of the presence of spirits with only one drop in a room consisting of six rooms. Finally, the sensation is a sensation of air movement produced by the fall of a wing of a fly on the skin surface at a height of about one inches.
By developing an intuitive component of thinking, one can empower the student to observe and capture the whole chain of interconnections that were previously unknown. In the dark, it is also difficult to navigate from the beginning, but, uniting all the disparate knowledge, it is possible to reproduce the integral picture of a certain theory.