One of the main goals of teaching Life Science is to instill in students a scientific mindset and behavior that will enable them to understand current circumstances, recognize problems, and use science to solve those problems.
Life Science is taught to provide learners with a thorough understanding of the world’s natural processes and is centered on how we conduct our daily lives. It enables learners to develop a deeper awareness of their own bodies, the functions of the various organs we are born with, and how our systems operate. Life Sciences educates us about the environment and ecosystems in addition to our bodily processes.
Life Science reveals the truth of our existence and reveals our true identities, allowing us to discover our true reality. It allows us to answer fundamental questions about ourselves, such as, “Where did we come from?” What exactly are we made of? What role do we play in the natural world?
We can answer these questions with interactive content from our Zoom In Life Science series for grades 10-12 through Learn with Oxford.
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