Presented By Mr. Sachidanand. S (Integrated M.Sc., Maths and Physics)
“The only thing that is constant is change.”
Calculus involves the study of the rate of change. Before Calculus Math was all static. It is one of the finest theories in the realm of mathematics and science as it makes us communicate a lot of physical phenomena and daily life processes. It is used in multiple fields such as Physics, Engineering, Economics, Statistics, Medicine, and many more. Unfortunately, many students find it difficult.
“Science is a differential equation. Religion is a boundary condition” - Alan Turing.
Integration plays a pivotal role in Calculus. Without knowledge of integration, it is almost impossible to solve such equations
This webinar is an attempt to give meaningful insights about how to help students learn it more easily and score better.
What will you end up learning?
* What is Calculus?
* Why is it important to learn it?
* Where does integration fit in?
* What is integration?
* How can you learn it more easily and score more?
Who should attend this session?
* Students of Class 12
* Teachers in Maths
Sachidanand is a Maths and Physics enthusiast, and a continuous learner. He belongs distinctly to the ‘passionate about the subject and teaching’ school, and his forte is connecting well with the students and making even complex topics simple for them.
He secured his integrated Masters in Maths and Physics from Amrita University. He has attended many national, as well as international conferences. One of them was the International Conference on Nano Science and Engineering Applications- 2018 by Centre for Nano Science and Technology Jawaharlal Nehru technological University, Hyderabad in collaboration with Center for Advanced Materials (CAM), Qatar University, Qatar. He did a project in Nanostructures at the Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology, Thiruvananthapuram. There are multiple publications to his credit. His experience in teaching goes beyond students in India to the US, and Australia.
Sachidanand is not just Physics and Maths! He is a fine singer and enjoys dancing and drawing too.
Saturday, 11th July 2020
7.00 PM to 8.00 PM IST
This webinar is absolutely FREE