Let us begin now — and not lose a generation of science-literate citizens, mathematicians, and scientists to a failure in teaching when the inspiration to explore, to experiment, and to learn is all around us. Yet, for many students, the research of science continues to be an train in memorization and regurgitation. A jumble of disconnected details is presented, unaccompanied by alternatives for investigative, problem-solving experiences. We aren’t educating college students to succeed on international exams, however, more importantly, we’re not developing science-literate citizens or encouraging future scientists, either.
By this law the Academy was transformed into a governmental organization, … Read More