Character Boris and Caroline: Fun Science

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MrAMP

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Hey there fellow scientists!!! :XDBoris: :pointsCaroline:

As a scientist, I imagine you two have a knack for learning and discovering new things about the universe and life. Have you two ever thought about teaching the next generation of future scientists? :amazeSarah: You know, like the innocently bright minds of children? :XDSarah: Can you two make science fun?

For “motivation” and “inspiration” into this potential endeavor, here’s one guy I know you’ll both probably like...I hope...


Hope to not die a slow and painful death hear from you soon.
 
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You're suggesting that I teach children?! Mr. AMP, I thought you knew me better than that. What do you think would happen if I got locked in a lab with a bunch of snot-nosed ankle-biters? SCIENCE would happen, that's what. And the children would never be seen again.

... Unless one or two of them survived through enginuity. I might consider an apprenticeship for a gifted child, but it would really depend on the child.
 

Sir Boris

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Oh, lighten up, Carol! Teaching children is actually a great way to spend your days.

I actually have been a teacher for many years, at different learning levels. I think my favorite students are adult university students, because they know how to behave and the ones in my classes are already very dedicated to the pursuit of knowledge... Or are my favorites the very young children? They think in the most abstract of ways, and even doing the most basic of learning exercises, they can surprise you with an ingenious new way to solve a problem.

Let it be known that I have many titles, and one of them is Professor!
 

Ironfoot

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Interesting you say that Boris. In my experience, college students are awful. They don't follow the lectures, don't read the books and have less maturity than your average 2nd grader. Young kids can be great, if what you are doing grabs their attention. If not, oy.
 

MrAMP

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@Dr. Wimble
OH MY!!! I didn't think you would do anything to the children. Couldn't you take out your frustration with those kids by dissecting/experimenting on @Mr. Kissefello instead for the kids? :amazeKissefello: I know he enjoys it very much. :steamedKissefellow: Think of the children!!!

@Sir Boris
I had no idea that you were an actual teacher of young minds. It must have been quite the exciting experience to teach both young and old folks about the wonders of the world with such dynamic personalities.

Thanks so much for the stellar answers.
 

NekoSabrina

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Well, Caroline, if you don't think teaching children is your style, how about something more along the lines of the MythBusters? A lot of their science gets pretty interesting (and sometimes explosive). Perhaps you might find more enjoyment in that?