Science is a unique and difficult subject to manage well. There are a number of critical problems faced by science teachers. Passion and training in the subject are key to overcoming these difficulties.
There are many exciting jobs which require science qualifications. Many science jobs are even in such hot demand that they are projected to grow significantly in the next few years.
Scientific discovery is necessary for our survival. Climate change is fueling pandemics, species and habitat loss, weather catastrophes and more. We need to boost our science programs in the younger grades to get more kids entering STEM post secondary programs. Our survival depends on it.
Keeping a science gratitude journal can make you healthier and happier. Science strongly supports this. If you love science and nature, why not record your gratitude about the living world around you daily and reap the rewards of practicing gratitude.
Science journaling, for those science junkies who teach or just love anything related to science is a rewarding activity. Its great for adults but it is also a rewarding activity for kids. Both adults and kids can improve their science literacy skills by actively recording their ideas and thoughts about the world around them.
How to Motivate Students to Love Science? If they can relate a science activity to something in the real world they will be more interested. An activity that is relevant to important events happening now, will get kids pumped. If the activity follows a defined procedure, like the scientific method, it will be taken seriously.