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How can we apply the 5 senses to design a better education system in which our future generation can be taught in.
Jinsop Lee describes the 5 senses as an experience. The more senses that the product or activity that you are engaged in evokes, the better the experience will be. For my question I wanted to relate Jinsops theory and apply it to somewhere in which it could possibly have a substantial impact. Kids, in my generation, seem to have a lack of care when it comes to education. The want to pick up a book and read has been lost, however; the generations behind me are using all the means of technology to learn. Technology, I’m sure, evokes many senses and feeling for those children which is why they keep using it. How can we apply, not just more technology, 5 senses into education. Does this mean "hands on" learning really is the best way to go?
Answers that I would fine helpful:
1.) How can the theory of design be applied to bettering our education system? How can we make it so kids will love to learn new things and that the information and or objects they interact with make them feel empowered?
2.) Will association of senses help kids learn better? Music will bring up good and bad memories. Can the same be done with information in books?