“Why do I need to learn this! I’ll NEVER use Avogadro’s constant in the real world!”




Learning new things can have many benefits even if you don’t think you’ll use the specific knowledge again. Here are a few reasons why:

  1. Building a strong foundation: Learning a wide range of subjects and skills can help you build a solid foundation of knowledge that you can draw on in the future. Even if you don’t use a specific piece of information again, it may help you understand related topics more deeply.
  2. Developing critical thinking skills: Learning something new can help you develop critical thinking skills, such as analysis, synthesis, and evaluation. These skills are valuable in many areas of life and can help you solve problems and make decisions.
  3. Broadening your perspective: Learning about different subjects and perspectives can help you broaden your understanding of the world and become more empathetic and open-minded.
  4. Discovering new interests: Sometimes you may learn something new and find that you’re passionate about it or that it leads you to discover related topics that you find fascinating.

So even if you don’t think you’ll use a specific piece of information again, learning can have many benefits that can help you in many areas of your life.

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Trevor is a Science graduate of The University of West of Scotland, he holds a PGCE from the University of West of England and a PGDip in Educational leadership from Ulster University. Trevor’s areas of interest and expertise lie in project management, creative solutions to educational problems and outdoor learning. To contact Trevor email trevor@learningunlocked.co.uk