In An Introduction to The Philosophy of Physics, Marc Lange offers a novel interpretation of entangled quantum systems, a view that may not have these consequences. However, this interpretation seems to have interesting consequences of its own. In this paper I will formulate and examine Lange interpretation of quantum entanglement, and attempt to motivate it. In section I, I will give a brief sketch of quantum entanglement and what it's standard taken to mean. In section II, I'll discuss Lange's interpretation, and how it commits one to the existence of multiply located objects, and reasons one might not be happy with this conclusion.
When you are extrinsically motivated, you are only performing the task for what you will gain from completion. On the other hand, when we are intrinsically motivated, there is no requirement for external rewards or punishments because the activity is a reward in itself. It is a benefit for students to be intrinsically motivated in the classroom because they are leaning for knowledge and not just for marks or grades. Most students are naturally extrinsically motivated at school by things such as grades and their future career. In a perfect world we “want students to be motivated also by the love of learning, knowledge for the sake of knowledge, and positive feelings about themselves” (McKinney).
Giving to students the good start in their future careers, though providing them with the knowledge they which to learn is the cornerstone of my teaching concept. Thus, a “perfect teaching situation”, as for me, is a situation when teacher gives the student the knowledge, which he/she wants to learn, without any pressure, and the student uses this knowledge as a good start for the future. My role in this process is a “mentor”, I am doing my best to help the student in reaching the aims he/she can rich. Such a situation is “perfect” because I am satisfied to see that my students use the knowledge I gave them in practice, and the students are satisfied with the results of their s... ... middle of paper ... ...usually use standard tests, because I consider that a good test result is usually far from a good practical knowledge. I hope I will be successful in my future professional growth.
This is an extremely important attribute because you learn to accept others for who they are. You also learn to be open minded and not just stick to what you believe is right. You acknowledge the good in a bad situation and encourage others to speak their minds in a respectful manner. This is essential in any relationship and determines the maturity of a person. Following the example of listening to your partner in order to have a good relationship, when synergistic you open yourself up to other ideas.
This gives the students a good visual representation of the proper way to do what is being asked and should help with questions that they have. There is also the ability for me to allow other students to demonstrate and help their classmates with problems they may be having. I believe that its good to not always hear things from the same person and allowing other people to step in give their thoughts and ideas on any particular subject. I think this breeds learni... ... middle of paper ... ...ow that I can go out there and make the kids smile and have fun but again that's easy. I want to be the teacher that the kids remember not only because I was but but also because I taught them something and gave them a new way of critically looking at things.
Students will retain the information they learn much better if they are able to connect that information to an aspect of their lives. The other key aspect of the this construct is that the students need to be allowed to come up with their own meaning at times; this will allow them to connect information even better than if the teacher is pointing them to the connections. Reading and writing becomes a crucial element in trying to employ this type of learning. The question then becomes, “How does this type of learning take place?” It is my belief that if the classroom atmosphere is that of a community of learners then the students will be able to come up with their own meaning, help others to that end, and then see how much that type of learning has benefited them. I believe that the site funderstanding explains this idea best when they say that, “Learning is a search for meaning.
Learning in this manner can be beneficial because the information is better understood, more fully realized, and more easily applied by the student. However, this manner of learning can also be counter-productive because the information is obtained much more slowly, and little effort is made to learn from previous research and mistakes. What is the most effective way to teach? While the best method of teaching will be under constant scrutiny, all will agree on one point. You have to be carefully taught.
The cyclical nature of this arrangement brought about humans from hunting and gathering to the moon and the internet. Feats like the latter, unimaginable to early homo sapiens, show that the cycle of achievement followed by impediment create technological progress. Humans need negative influences from technological advances so that the positive influences continue to prevail. Both early and modern humans share a desire to satisfy their curiosity for the world around them. This curiosity leads to many different ideas being exchanged.
Knowledge that is acquired and accepted as true today is constantly changing. This is because we curious humans are always generating questions that spark the production of newly conceived ideas and theories. As Ralph Waldo Emerson said: “Men love to wonder, and that is the seed of science.” While these ideas may be accepted as relevant and reliable currently and can be useful tools for acquiring newer knowledge, it is easy to assume that pre-existing knowledge has been discarded. This is not always necessarily true, but rather that pre-existing knowledge is revisited and improved upon. With the areas of knowledge natural sciences and human sciences, knowledge is acquired through different ways, even though they are both classified as a science.
The statement “Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.”, has been quoted by Albert Einstein. Imagination is what takes place in our minds. It’s the ability of our mind to produce a new thing. Whereas, knowledge is the practical or theoretical understanding of a subject, language, etc.