Many parents, teachers and friends we may advise that we learned long before the time of the exam arrived. Not a few books on how to learn which also provide such advice. In general, we all agree, especially when we are still attending school, learning to be gradual and systematic.
Instead, we basically learned how to disagree with night racing system (SKS), the only all-night studying before the exam during the next day. Besides exhausting and bring stress, learning credits do not provide satisfactory results, even likely reap failure. However, for various reasons many students or students who still prefer to learn by way of credits.
Seeing how great the sacrifice parents and relatives may also, costs and devote attention to us in the hope we get a good education and later had lunch science. Or at least a diploma that can be used as a prerequisite to get a job. Furthermore, the people in the village until the country was also placed great hopes on the shoulders of the students as the nation's future. Whatever the reason, learning is clearly important and very necessary especially for students, to achieve the minimum graduation requirements.
To further motivate students and teachers, on this occasion the author describes about how to learn the good from the point of view of science (science), also provide a scientific reason why we continuously learn better away days before the exam, instead of studying by way of an impromptu (SKS ).
There are few laws in science that can be used as the scientific basis of a good way of learning, such as Newton's Laws. Newton's laws are well known, especially in physics and has been applied in many areas until now. For example, for the construction of roads, bridges, houses, buildings, designing missiles to launch a rocket into space.
Newton's law (Newton's Law of One), also known as the law of inertia states, 'Every object will remain at rest or moving uniformly straight when it is free of outside force (resultant force is zero, SF = 0)'. This can be interpreted, to change the state of a moving object from rest, or of moving into silence, required a style. While the objects move in a straight uniform style no longer need to keep moving uniformly straight (without acceleration).
For example, when we are in a moving vehicle and then the vehicle is stopped (brake) suddenly, then we will be pushed ahead. Conversely, when we are in a vehicle that was silent and then suddenly run, then we will tend to gravitate to the back. This effect is more pronounced when the vehicle suddenly run at fairly high speeds. What this means is associated with an effective way of learning?
We often or ever experienced a situation in which we find it very difficult to start learning. When that we might have prepared books and other school supplies, then sit down and maybe he serve food / soft drinks sparingly accompanied music from radio / tape, but instead of entering the subject matter, but only turning the first page. While no snacks on the table was finally exhausted, we feel tired, berebah in bed, as if there is no power to concentrate and fight feeling lazy, and so on.
Asleep. This is understandable, because we are from rest (never learned) tend to remain silent (not learned). It's different if we were given the task or homework (homework) to be collected the next day and this task will be assessed as well as affect the quality of graduation, if we do not do it then you can bet we have a great power and encouraged to complete the task. So, it takes an outside force (energy booster or strong motivation) that may force us from rest (not learned) to be in a state of learning.
Conversely, if we are in a state of learning and moving uniformly straight (that we already understand the subject matter, feel enjoy learning), then we are often 'lost track of time'. We do not find it hard to learn and often feel compelled to continue to learn, unless some outside force is very strong. For example, a very popular film events or the arrival of a special guest that we could not refuse.
This is in accordance with Newton's law, the objects that are in motion will tend to move straight irregularly irregular straight, unless some outside force acting on the object. So, according to Newton's law, we should learn continually and regularly, and avoid or overcome anything that may hinder our learning efforts.
Newton's Second Law
When talking about Newton's law of inertia (resistance to change), then Newton's Second Law talks about the acceleration (change in velocity). Newton's Second Law states, the acceleration caused by the force acting on an object is proportional to the magnitude of force, the direction of the force and inversely proportional to the mass inertia of the object.
That is, the greater the force acting on the object, the greater the acceleration caused. Conversely, the smaller the force, the smaller the acceleration caused. When the forces acting on an object is equal to zero then there is no acceleration generated, meaning that in these circumstances the Newton's law applies. Because the acceleration is inversely proportional to the mass inertia, the greater the acceleration of the smaller mass of the object produced by the same force. If an object is accelerating, the speed will be greater with increasing time. If the velocity is getting smaller with time, this means that the object is slowing down. How does the relationship between Newton's Second Law with a good way of learning?
Sometimes the spirit of learning is so great, but at other times we feel less eager to learn. Because the spirit of learning affects the quality of the learning process then of course the spirit of learning will also determine the outcome of the learning process, the mastery of the material, the material development to the quality of our graduation (the value of the test results).
From Newton's law we know, if we are in a state of uniformly continuous learning and there is not anything that can interfere with our learning so we tend to keep constantly learning (continuous), but with the speed control of the same material. From Newton's Second Law can be stated, required style (motivation) to change the speed of the procurement of learning materials. If the magnitude of the motivation to move forward together with our reluctance to go forward (which have an impact on a setback), then the resultant force (SF) equal to zero. Means, the learning process we are not progressing (still that much-just like that). Without the motivation to master the material faster or motivation for more material dominated. If we want great acceleration, required a greater motivation.
Mass inertia can be defined as the level of aversion (laziness) we own or level of difficulty faced by the subject matter. The greater the level of laziness or higher difficulty level subject matter, it is necessary styles (motivations) are great to achieve the same level of acceleration in the process of mastering the material. In other words, for the same level of mastery (equal), the more difficult subject matter requires greater motivation than the subject matter is relatively easier. If the level of motivation for learning a very difficult (we did find it difficult to master) we make the same level of motivation for learning is easy, it is certain that the results obtained will be different.
Newton's Third Law
Newton's third law is also called the Law of Action-Reaction. If an object work force on another (called actions), then the second thing is also going to work on an equal force on the first object but opposite in direction to the force of the first object. This means, if we hate a subject matter, for whatever reason, then the lesson will reply to hate us. As a result, the more difficult for us to master the subject matter is if we hate that lesson. So, we have to try to please the lessons we will learn that we are more easily master the subject matter.
Associated with the Newton's law, there are some tips on how to learn a good suggested:
1. Do not learn just by the time of the exam. If too long idle (not learn), then we are more difficult to start. The longer we do not learn, the more likely we are to still have not learned.
2. Create a state such that as if we are always in a state of learning. This does not mean we should continue to study without a break. Referred to here, we learn continuously and regularly. Sustainable means to connect the learning process today with yesterday's day-to-day. Even if we vacation, we did not try to escape at all subjects.
3. Generate strong motivation to learn, especially for the more difficult lessons. The more difficult the subject matter, the greater the motivation needed to master it. To raise the motivation there are a variety of ways, among others: Imagine how pleased and proud we are that we are able to master a difficult subject; Think of all the important and useful lessons for our future; Pursue the best performance because better opportunities are usually more in favor of the people best; Remember learning that includes worship. God does not judge success we learn only from the value of the test, but God will judge the process of our struggle to obtain that value.
4. Never hate a subject. Proverb says, do not know it was love. In this case you probably are not familiar with these subjects. Try to identify further, maybe you will love her.