Good morning everyone present here, today I am going to give a speech on the importance of learning through experience. Without a doubt, experience is a requirement for both learning and mental development. In our daily lives, we frequently observe adults acting more responsibly than children. Compared to the younger ones, they are far more effective at addressing a crisis. The gap in experience is the only thing separating the more mature from the less mature. Well, experience is nothing more than a collection of the effects of life’s blunders.
Man learns best through mistakes. Experience is the act of having made more mathematical errors simply by becoming older. The more mistakes you make, the more knowledge you get about what is good and wrong. When dealing with subsequent scenarios, that info comes in handy. For instance, a youngster who has already burned his hand handling a candle will be more cautious than a baby who has never handled one. The same is true for other circumstances.
Even in classrooms, no matter how smart the teacher is until the students themselves make efforts and blunders in grasping a topic, his intellect won’t help the pupils. Learning happens by doing. And the acting is nothing more than amassing knowledge of errors. Whether you are learning to drive, ride a bicycle, or swim, you must have some experience before you can truly perform the action you are learning. Therefore, the only way to learn is by experience. Thank you.