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.
Mental development is important when teaching any science including life sciences. Science, particularly human science, is unlike any other subject. An understanding of the fundamentals and facts is important. For this to happen, you must ensure that teachings provide mental stimulation and hit the students on a psychological level.
Scientific developments in human history are a fantastic teaching tool. History has a huge impact on what we do today. Learning about our scientific past improves our scientific literacy skills, makes us appreciate how far we have come and it is fun for everyone to learn that our ancient ancestors were totally inventive and smarter than we might have thought.
Systems in science are important. Organization is important in science and, to be honest, in most aspects of your life. Its how you make sense of the world.