Science • “scire” (latin verb - to know) • “Scientia” (latin word) – knowledge • Science is a systematic body of knowledge based on truth and facts known by actual experiences, observations and experimentation.
It is the name we give to a group of processes through which we cansystematically gather information about the natural world. • It is also the knowledge gathered through the use of theseprocesses. • It is characterized by those valuesand attitudespossessed by people who use scientific processes to gather knowledge.
Technology - is an applied science. - is the application of scientificfindings for the benefit of mankind and to solve scientific problems.
Science and technology affect and shape our lives and our society in general. • Toffler’s Waves of Technology (Development of Technology) a.1st wave – horticulture –plowing b. 2nd wave – machines, man-made sources of energy, engines, electromagnetism, engineering c. 3rd wave – knowledge-driven technology – genetics, robotics, telecommunications and control.
Three Kinds of Technology a. Tools and Gadgets b. Products c. Processes
Classify the given words into Science and Technology: a.Chemistry b.Ipod c.Robotics d.Plants and animals e. Recycling f. shampoo & conditioner g. Volcanology h. Forestry i. Airplane j. school supplies
Science and Technology • Pure Science - search for scientific knowledge • Technology – application of science • Two are interrelated • Technology develops new tools for investigating nature • New science leads to new applications
Science Abstract and Natural Math and Biological and Physical Logic Botany and Pure and Zoology Applied
Biological Science Physical Science Earth Science Branches of Science Natural Science
Biological Science Physical Science Earth Science Zoology Botany Ecology Branches of Science Science Science of living things
Biological Science Physical Science Earth Science Physics Chemistry Branches of Science Science Science of matter and energy
Biological Science Physical Science Earth Science Geology Meteorology Astronomy Branches of Science Science The systems of the earth
SCIENTIFIC ATTITUDES - ways of thinking - manner/s by which scientists behave.
1.Curiosity 2. open-mindedness 3. critical-mindedness 4. creativity 5. Resourcefulness 6. objectivity 7. patience 8. persistence/determination 9. intellectual honesty 10. Humility 11. responsibility 12. systematic