Lego is helping physics students stay in school

Lego is helping physics students stay in school

Lego is helping physics students stay in school

(Mashable, 12/27/17)

Lego is great for kids, but it turns out it could do wonders for adult students too.

Teachers at Flinders University in Australia are using Lego cars to help introductory physics students understand concepts like measurement error and variability, as well as improving their lab reporting skills and confidence.

The method has been detailed in the American Journal of Physicsand it’s helped reduced dropout rates in the course year-on-year since it was introduced in 2014.

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