Why it is always not easy to teach physics?

Category: Higher Education 9 years ago
shil
Asked 9 years ago

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The subjects like Science and mathematics are not easily learnt and taught. That is why more intelligent students get admission to Science stream.  Physics is an important branch of Science. This needs systematic study, concentration, experiments and hard work unlike subjects like History, literature that may be read like novels.  If a student is absent for a few days, he will not be able to keep with rest of the class after rejoining but this is no problem for arts/ humanities subjects. 

Gulshan Kumar Ajmani
Answered 9 years ago
Gulshan Kumar Ajmani

I do not agree with the assumption that teaching physics is difficult. Teaching Physics or any subject will be easy if the teacher is dedicated and knowledgeable.
rambabu
Answered 6 years ago
rambabu

Physics is really a tough subject you need practical knowledge if it is there means it is easy subject to learn.
Sasikanth
Answered 6 years ago
Sasikanth

very diffclt
Aakash Agarwal
Answered 6 years ago
Aakash Agarwal

Physics is very tough subject. In Physics, difficult to remember more formulas.
vaishnavi
Answered 6 years ago
vaishnavi

Well, it includes math part not only theory one. So may be it is bit hard.
AKP
Answered 6 years ago
AKP

As everybody knows that physics is not very easy to learn and also to teach.Even highly qualified teachers are also sometimes uanble to solve some sums related to phusics, This subject contains a very huge amount of calculations and we require a logic to clear it. First of all it is necessary that we should understand the problem i.e., sum very clearly and use proper logic to solve it. So, if someone wants to become master in physics then he should be hardworking person and always need to use his mind sharply to solve every question successfully.

salekin ansari
Answered 9 years ago
salekin ansari

Because there are lots of derivations and logics which someone should be very clear before teaching the same thing to others.
Sanjeev Gupta
Answered 6 years ago
Sanjeev Gupta

It has lot of derivations and lot of ornmulas
V.R.JOTHIBASSU
Answered 6 years ago
V.R.JOTHIBASSU

It is a misconception fixed in our minds that physics is difficult and therefore, we feel that it is tough to learn and teach. however, physics is quite easy subject. It is a practical subject based upon our daily life. From the beginning of Newton's laws of motion to the Einsteen's energy-mass equivalence theorem, physics is the only complexity we face in day-to-day lives. It is a different facts that teachers do not teach this subject innovatively. Most of the physics teachers promote students to cram and do not allow them to understand the complex facts with easy examples. This is because the Indian education system is marks-oriented. Easy Examples with the understanding of complex facts won't fetch any marks because they lack the bookish language, they are not plagiarised. People here just cram up things hence, they find difficulty in a subject like physics wherein cramming is not possible. It is difficult to cram up derivations but easy to understand them and solve logically. Once logic is in the head, numerical problems can be easily analyzed so, physics is easy but only if taught and studied in a way to promote understanding and discourage cramming.

Renu Sharma
Answered 4 years ago
Renu Sharma

Physics is not difficult. If you bring interest from very beginning of your childhood, you will get into it. Sometimes i gets complicate, but this how the subject is conceptualize. If you understand that concept, it keeps on becoming easier.

Ronark Bhardwaj
Answered 4 years ago
Ronark Bhardwaj

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