Teaching kids the scientific procedure is something that must be completed at an early age and continued to be reinforced all year long. My (extremely basic, to be amplified throughout this book) summary understanding of the rise of real science was that it came from Pagan Greece (epitomized by Aristotle), then through the early Christian theologians – epitomized by the Western Medieval scholastic philosophers (pioneered by Peter Abelard).
Another aim was to bring collectively perspectives from empirical (science) communication research, science and technologies studies, and perspectives from the humanities and other disciplines as well as perspectives from filmmakers, artists, videographers and other practitioners.
Lori Pickert gives useful guidance on how to harness your child’s organic questioning nature into inquiry-based projects that provide a sense of accomplishment and pride as they discover math, science, reading, writing, and art concepts.
Jacob Bronowski (1908-1974) invented the term ‘the habit of truth’ to describe the basic and distinctive ethic of science: the main foundation upon which was built the success of science, offering the indicates (knowledge) for mankind to shape the natural world.
Actual science does not happen unless scientists are truth seekers and truth speakers, and truth seeking is an finish not a implies – truth is not confined by strategies and truth is a complete, not a part – an excess focus on a single aspect is equivalent to the gross exaggeration of a single virtue at the expense of virtuous-ness.