What are EdMojo courses and how are they different?

You hear, you forget

You see, you remember

You do, you understand

 - Confucius 500 B.C.

We are all very interested in learning something new, but hardly enjoy the way we are taught. We do not understand how the things we learn at schoo/college or elsewhere relate to the real world around us. There are many interesting things and phenomena in the real world that are related to concepts we are learning, but we are not exposed to them.

EdMojo brings you courses that will involve you to experience learning in an entirely new way. We are bringing you the best content from across the internet like videos, demonstrations, experiments, games, discussions,problems that will help you understand the core concepts of a topic. The courses will connect ideas from different sources and will make you realize how the concepts work together in real world.

We aim to make the process of learning a happy experience for everyone. We want to rekindle the curiosity everyone is born with and lead them to a path of continuous discovery and learning. Our process is aimed at encouraging everyone to apply their knowledge thereby increasing the depth of their understanding

In this age, where knowledge has zero value, but application of knowledge is paramount, we wish to make you question your understanding and learn concepts by experiencing them

So get started with enrolling in the courses. Be curious and learn anything you want.

Happy Learning!

Course Categories

    Science 

 Mathematics

         Economics

   

             Writing

             Photography   

          Public speaking

          Social sciences

            Miscellaneous     

 

 

                                                                          


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    FOR STUDENTS ABOVE 7th GRADE

    Introduction to Newtons laws

    Simple activities and observations from things around you to understand Newton's laws

    The WHY behind each of First, Second, Third Newtons laws from activities and observations

    Common misconceptions and the likely reasons behind them

    Conceptual understanding of force, mass, weight

    Understanding of how to use Free body diagrams

    Gravity - History of how Newton formulated the concept

    Suitable for students in and above std. 8

    What are vectors and scalars - classification of known properties as vectors or scalars

    Practical examples of effect of vectors

    Vector addition rule - Reason behind this, experiment to test this

    Representation of vectors - matrices, co ordinates, complex numbers ... etc. How each representation helps

    Vector fields

    Vector multiplication, dot and cross... practical examples

    Can you have something that requires more than just magnitude and direction ..... tensors

    Physical and chemical changes in milk

    Boiling of milk

    Constituents of milk

    Chemical changes for formation of different products from Milk

    Curd formation

    Factors affecting curding experiment

    Chicked or egg question with curd

    FOR STUDENTS IN AND ABOVE 6th GRADE

    Melting point

    Boiling point

    Effect of solvents on melting and boiling points

    Covalent Hydrogen bonds

    Anomalous behavior of water

    Ice crystal structure and formation

    Regelation

    Mpemba effect - Open question

    Surface tension

    SUITABLE FOR STUDENTS IN GRADE 9 AND ABOVE

    Introduction to probability

    AND and OR and NOT

    Independent events

    Conditional probability and Bayes theorem

    Probability and psychology

    FOR STUDENTS IN AND ABOVE 8th GRADE

    The course covers the following:

    Why and how irrational numbers were discovered - Pythagoras' dilemma

    How irrational numbers are different

    Use of irrational numbers

    Drawing irrational numbers

    Properties of irrational numbers

    Irrational + rational = Real numbers

    Higher level Math

    Algebraic and transcedental

    Infinity of the large and small

    Cardinality of irrational and rational numbers - Cantor's concepts

    Alternative to irrational number concept??

    THE STORY OF MONEY

    WANT VS. NEED

    CONSUMPTION, INVESTMENT & SAVINGS

    INFLATION

    The covers the dynamics of demand and supplies with numerous interesting examples and anecdotes

    The course teaches the basics of writing a short story using some interesting examples and anecdotes

    FOR EVERYONE, STUDENTS AND PROFESSIONALS, WHO ARE 12 YEARS OF AGE AND ABOVE

    The course covers areas of Public speaking right from why it is necessary to how to get really good at it.