Physics always intrigues people and they always have questions. So I’m inviting questions from you which I will answer on all my social media platforms.
You can post them in the comments section here or use any of the social media platforms where I have a presence. It could be Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, or Snapchat.
I hope to establish myself as an expert in physics education by answering your questions. The internet and social media platforms have made it easier for experts to show their expertise and more difficult for pretenders to trick the people.
I have seen situations where the previous aura of high profile individuals has been unmasked by their opinions in the public domain. I urge you to focus on your strengths and keep to your lane.
We cannot be everything and everyone at the same time. When you do that, it is difficult for people to identify your expertise. If you’re an expert at something, you make it easy for people to make a decision to choose you should the need arise.
What is an expert? It’s a person who repeats the same things everyday and love what they’re doing!
This is a short blog post to invite questions in physics. Thank you. I look forward to answering your questions!