It fosters student interest and self-assurance in the subject. The laboratory offers the chance to demonstrate how mathematical ideas relate to real-world situations. It gives individuals more opportunities to participate in the learning process and develop into independent learners.
Set up enough tables and chairs in the room to accommodate the anticipated number of students. Distribute them evenly to give the students space to work and turn to look at the whiteboard for instructions during the lab class.
Provide the professor with a rubber next to the whiteboard and coloured whiteboard markers. The majority of tools, including the ruler, dividers, protractor, set square, compass, ellipsograph, T-square, and opisometer, are used in the study of geometry. Others are used in algebra or in mathematics (such as the abacus, slide rule, and calculator).