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Schools can crush the children's ingenuity [Psychology]
posted June 11 2013 18:52.50 by Giorgos Lazaridis




More or less we all know that the way that children learn science is school is devastating. A negative feeling against science arises when students have to learn by heart several names, reactions, planets and other staff that are not interested to learn. If you are related with a 12-16 years old kid you can ask is and listen to its opinion about maths, physics and chemistry. if not, then you can take the word of theoretical physicist Michio Kaku, who got the most unexpected reaction from his child...



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