Renu Sharma answered the question Why it is always not easy to teach physics?.
September 4 at 5:58 pm
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.