Science, Science, Everywhere
I was recently reading the April 2023 issue of “Connected Science Learning” a publication of the National Science Teaching Association. In this issue, I read the editorial section written by Beth Murphy. She wrote an article entitled, “Science, Science, Everywhere.”
If we look to the history of science and engineering, it all begins with phenomena-observations of the natural and human-made worlds that cause one to ask questions and identify problems worth answering and solving. In her editorial she looks at how the formal science education system as we know it came to be.