5 Cool Scientists That Should Be Schoolteachers
Ever had a curiosity for science but simultaneously also a boring science teacher to ruin it? Well, we’ve all been there. Here are some cool scientists that would make classrooms a lot more interesting if they decided to quit their day job and teach us the complexities of the universe and humanity.
1 Neil DeGrasse Tyson
Let’s face it guys; this dude right here is fantastic. Not only does he manage to simplify tough concepts, but he also manages to present them in a fun and hilarious manner. What’s more, he also has a lot of goodness in his heart making him a favorite teacher and role model amongst the kids.
2 Michio Kaku
The co-founder of string theory and author of many dope books like “Physics of the Future”, Michio Kaku also has a passion for making everyone understand and love science. He does various talk shows, documentaries and interviews to change the perception of science in people’s minds. He would undoubtedly make physics interesting for any student dreading the subject.
3 Bill Nye
Bill Nye, the Science Guy, is so popular with teens and kids that you probably have run into a couple of memes about him. He’s an incredible speaker and has a way with words that captivate any one’s attention. Even those who find science boring would listen to this guy.
4 Brian Greene
Apart from discovering some pretty cool things such as superstring theory and mirror symmetry, he’s also really good at explaining those words that confused the hell out of you just now. He likes to spread the message of science and his work, and we can’t deny that he’d make a neat teacher in our school.
5 Lisa Randall
She’s one of the first female theoretical physicists tenured at Harvard for research. She’s currently working towards making inventions in the realm of dark matter and energy. With a welcoming radiant face and passion for doing what she loves, it wouldn’t be too hard for her to get a bored classroom excited in minutes.