Why I don’t believe in science…and students shouldn’t either

As I have been preparing for my last post on SciEd, I’ve reflected on why I became a science educator to begin with. And I realize it’s because I strongly believe that knowledge is an important tool to improve our lives and it should be shared with others. This is strange however, because even though I have this belief, I don’t believe in science. So why am I so passionate about something I don’t believe in?

Read more of this oped piece at the SOURCE: Adam Blankenbicker at PLOS

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