We see that the use of experiments and sci-fi can be a way to engage the students in effective learning. They can make use of the attendance management system to work on understanding the student data. We see that they can combine realistic as well as imaginary elements of science and technology and develops students’ imagination, creativity, as well as interest in science. Therefore, we see that this study aims to examine SF stories written by pre-service science teachers in terms of various textual as well as science variables work. We see that the case study of SF story writing aimed to develop a theoretical framework to analyze how narrative elements, as well as plot structure, agency, the nature of science content, characteristics of the SF genre, as well as ethics in scientific research, are included in the stories of a group of students.
We see the common features of education in popular films, as well as literary works of science fiction, can therefore be used to develop learning. We know that building the corpus has made use of the lists that are published by fan associations on the internet. Teachers therefore can make sure to use qualitative content analysis of films, as well as novels and short stories that include representations of schools, as well as teacher-student interactions and learning processes within an establishment at the same time.
We see that in addition to engaging students to learn about STEM subjects, many legendary works of science fiction have influenced the real world by inspiring the development of technology that we now take for granted as well. We know that navigating the vagaries of childhood as well as adolescence can be tough for any student, and never mind having to worry about academic concerns like grades as well as homework. We know that every day is a learning curve, and the school can often feel overwhelming as well. We know that when they are adopting science fiction in education can be an antidote to the pains of adolescence as well as the stress of exams.
We, therefore, know that through vivid allegory, there is the genre can elucidate a more well-rounded understanding of the factors at play for issues in society as well. In this sense, we see that rather than simply predicting the future, science fiction is something that can equip us to prevent it. We know that by portraying tales of doom that have one foot in the real world they are set within the realm of the imagination, as well as the genre can teach young people valuable lessons about the human condition at the same time. We are also aware that for students, the idea that science fiction can inspire change is an empowering one as well. We know that rather than resigning themselves to the idea that the world works in a certain way as well as they have no agency over it, the experiences of inspirational characters in science fiction open new doors of possibility for the next generation at the same time.
We are aware that extrapolation refers to stories that imagine what technology, as well as a society, could be like in the future based on current trajectories, and like how advances in medical prosthetics might eventually be able to replace whole bodies with machines as well. We, therefore, see that extrapolative stories are great for thinking about how science grows as well as changes over time and what the science of the future might look like as well. We see that the authors who utilize the speculative, as well as extrapolative potential of science fiction, often show how science can change the world at the same time. On one side, we see the list of the realistic components of the story and on the other side, we see that it is the made-up and impossible parts as well. The School ERP therefore can be of great use in such a case as well. They can therefore implement and use this knowledge in the favour of students as well. This way the information can be utilised for the benefit of the students.