Interactive education is one of the most effective ways to teach and to learn new things. Every person has a different learning profile and preferences but the highest potential to reach as many learners as possible to do build something up and translate theory into practical activities.
In this video below we wanted to showcase how Dan Burns is explaining space-time warping and gravity to his class in a very engaging way. I am certain that this experiment got stuck in the memory of many students. What do you think? I say that’s one fine STEM demo setup. Enjoy!
YouTube: Gravity Visualized
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