Science Fun Science Topics - Cycles

Critical Creativity 

Love how my sweet student interprets her work and presents it to me at the end of each experiment. I like to give my students open ended work with minimal instructions. It’s up to them to think how they should design their work and present to me. It triggers their brain cells and motivate them to think critically and creatively, which is sorely lacking in schools. With limited air time for Science in schools, teachers tend to spoon feed them with answers. I was guilty as charged back then. Hence, doing what I can to help students think and link concepts and connect to process skills based questions. 

Beautiful ‘artwork’, isn’t it? 

By Shirleen

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