- Ruturaj Gole
- Pune - Maharashtra
Doesn't the understanding of things depend upon the simplicity of its explanation and not the capacity of the learner to grasp it?
From much time we are into this belief that during the educational years and even after that actually,the student's hardwork and capacity to understand what is taught decides how much he learns. But I find that controversial. For years,I've been studying the ability of human beings to learn something. I've come across many things which relate with this ability,For example:The Mozart effect. I've reached to the conclusion that every person can learn a thing with the same rate as others do if it is taught as understood to its simplest of forms. It is not hard work,capacity to memorize and grasp which comes in action while learning,but intelligence in how it is being learned. The atmosphere,music and simplicity are factors which lead to formation of interest for that student to learn