There are, I believe, three all-important dimensions of science: the content of science, including its basic concepts and body of scientific knowledge; the process of doing science; and the characteristic attitudes and dispositions of those who study science. In my teaching, I strive to encompass all three of these.
To my students: I invite you to engage in the process skills that scientists use when doing science, such as asking questions and finding answers to these questions. I also invite you to assume the role of being a scientist – be curious and imaginative, as well as enthusiastic about asking questions and solving problems while respecting the methods and values of science.
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