Tag Archives: Science Education

How I Fell in Love With Science Through Hip-Hop

It was a calm and crisp day; the morning breeze was cool and pleasant. Signs of fall were approaching steadily. It was my first day of high school at the Marie Curie High School for Medicine, Nursing, and Health Professions, … Continue reading

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Scientific Literacy

Introduction When it comes to math and science graduates, the United States is far behind many advanced democracies, ranking 24th in the world (Linn, 2012). As one of the most powerful countries in the world, the United States lags too … Continue reading

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Scientific Inquiry

Introduction Every person is a scientist, whether they know it or not. Science is the study of the natural world.  As humans, we all experiment. Our experiments include cooking, trying to find the right partner and even trying to find … Continue reading

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The Nature of Science

Introduction Science is arguably one of the most difficult disciplines to teach. Teaching science is considered difficult, because there are many topics that educators would consider abstract. Many science educators search for innovative and exciting ways to teach science with … Continue reading

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