- 1 Why do you like science?
- 2 What do you like about science class?
- 3 What is exciting about science?
- 4 What’s one thing you like about science?
- 5 Why is science so important?
- 6 How do you know if you like science?
- 7 What makes science unique?
- 8 Why is science so cool?
- 9 Why do I like biology?
- 10 What is science in your own words?
- 11 Who is the father of science?
- 12 Why science is called science?
- 13 What do you enjoy most in science?
- 14 How do you love science?
- 15 Why do scientists disinterest students?
Why do you like science?
It’s not a subject that stops, no one person will ever know everything about Science. As our understanding of life, the universe and everything (literary reference) deepens we realise that there is even more we don’t understand. That unlimited potential is exciting that’s why I find science so amazing.
What do you like about science class?
8 reasons why we love science even more
- A deeper understanding of processes we take for granted.
- Simple experiments, big ‘a-ha!’
- Fun and pink flamingos.
- A sense of humor while fielding silly questions.
- Finding ways to do everything better.
- Explaining the things that get on our last nerves.
- Making huge discoveries.
What is exciting about science?
Science is exciting. Science is a way of discovering what’s in the universe and how those things work today, how they worked in the past, and how they are likely to work in the future. Scientists are motivated by the thrill of seeing or figuring out something that no one has before.
What’s one thing you like about science?
What I love about science is the endless possibilities. You can answer questions that no-one else yet knows the answer to, you can learn so many new things and my favourite part is talking to people about their projects and science in general!
Why is science so important?
Science generates solutions for everyday life and helps us to answer the great mysteries of the universe. In other words, science is one of the most important channels of knowledge. Science, technology and innovation must drive our pursuit of more equitable and sustainable development.
How do you know if you like science?
Here are the main qualities that a good scientist will possess:
- Good numerical skills.
- An enquiring mind.
- An interest in scientific developments.
- The ability to work in a team and independently.
- Good IT skills.
- The ability to stay calm under pressure.
- Problem solving skills.
- Perseverance and patience.
What makes science unique?
What Makes Science Different From Other Ways of Knowing? Unlike art, philosophy, religion and other ways of knowing, science is based on empirical research. Research results are considered reliable when other scientists can perform the same experiment under the same conditions and obtain the same or similar results.
Why is science so cool?
Here is a list of why science is cool: Science helps you explain the phenomena around you, such as how glaciers are formed or how we get fruits from a plant. Science enables critical thinking and help us critically analyze a phenomena or observation. Science helps us converse rationally with others.
Why do I like biology?
With biology, you understand life and being of living things. You develop a more profound understanding of the human condition and our role in this bio-diverse world. You start understanding and respecting the diversity of life forms across this little world of ours – called Earth.
What is science in your own words?
Science is knowledge gained by systematic and logical study in any branches of physical, chemical or natural sciences, which is gained through observation and experimentation, as facts or principles or hypothesis, to open up new areas of knowledge.
Who is the father of science?
Albert Einstein called Galileo the “father of modern science.” Galileo Galilei was born on February 15, 1564, in Pisa, Italy but lived in Florence, Italy for most of his childhood. His father was Vincenzo Galilei, an accomplished Florentine mathematician, and musician.
Why science is called science?
In English, science came from Old French, meaning knowledge, learning, application, and a corpus of human knowledge. It originally came from the Latin word scientia which meant knowledge, a knowing, expertness, or experience. By the late 14th century, science meant, in English, collective knowledge.
What do you enjoy most in science?
What I enjoy most about science is that it provides deeper, more fulfilling, ways to appreciate the extraordinary world we live in and it teaches us that we are connected to each other, to every other organism on the planet, and to the dust of the stars.
How do you love science?
6 ways to motivate students to love science
- Improve image of science. Many people perceive science to be something tough and negative.
- Be a positive role model.
- Make it fun.
- Connect it to everyday life.
- Give them opportunities.
- Bring it to life.
Why do scientists disinterest students?
There are a lot of factors that affects the reasons why students do not like science subjects. SCIENCE DEALS WITH PROBLEM SOLVING. Students often view problem solving as difficult and very hard to comprehend with. Students often are asked to memorize formulas and to attempt to figure out obscure word problems.