Reading Time: 2 minutes John D. Mays discusses a model of science education that teaches mastery and wonder of the subject.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Robbie Andreasen discusses how to combine raising fish and growing plants without soil to teach a combination of biology, chemistry and physics.
Reading Time: 9 minutes Robbie Andreasen encourages a natural history approach to biology which enables students to understand the findings and theories of biologists chronologically in light of the worldviews under which they operated.
Reading Time: 10 minutes Ravi Jain introduces the project designed to encourage practices in the teaching of science more in line with our Christian and classical perspective.
Reading Time: 19 minutes Mark A. Kalthoff explores the differing views of what constitutes science and argues that a science curriculum should rightly include far more than the exact and testable data which many modern educationists assert are the only legitimate material for study in a science class.
Reading Time: < 1 minute David Innes explores the origin and spirit of modern scientism in Francis Bacon’s 17th Century project to establish human mastery over the universe.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Chris Hall highlights several ways in which we have successfully moved our Lower School science curriculum towards a new paradigm, one that engages not just the head, but also the heart, through the hands.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Jeff Zweernik discusses encouraging science as a noble profession.
Reading Time: 2 minutes John Mays examines a wide variety of ways in which the heavens declare God’s glory to us, including anthropic implications in contemporary science that have been responsible for driving some notable atheists to faith.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Allison Jackson presents how Christians can discuss scientific issues when they differ in opinion.