Does it look bad on your application if you only take three science classes in high school if you are not majoring in a field that requires a science?
No it is not bad if you do so because it does not matter since you are majoring in something else. Most colleges only require 2 or 3 science classes to get into the college. Since you are not majoring in science related field, you are fine taking just enough to get in. Another thing that might help you is if those 3 classes that you took were some of the more challenging classes. 3 years of the harder science classes might mean more than 4 of the easier ones.
The best subjects to take are science and mathematics. There are no classes specifically geared towards pyrotechnics. Continue on this track once you reach college by majoring in science (physics or chemistry) or engineering (mechanical, chemical, electrical or aerospace) if you want to fully understand what your dealing with.
Environmental education is taught in primary schools through environmental sciences and in secondary classes,it is taught through science and social science. So, in a way, environmental science is subsidiary to environmental education. or we can say that enviromental science is the application of environmental education.
It depends on what grade level. Hish school usually requires a degree in science. I am a middle science teacher, and i had to get Highly qualified in science (through PRAXIS testing and classes), and have a degree in middle school education. depends on your state! i would love to be a teacher just would love it
Creationism IS taught in public schools. There are many forms of creationism taught in mythology classes. Creationism, itself, is explored in philosophy classes. Biblical creation is taught in English and literature classes. Musical interpretations of Genesis are taught in music classes. Creationism is not taught in science classes because it is not supported by any scientific evidence whatsoever. It makes no verifiable predictions. It also has no practical application.
Observations and theories are certainly two very important parts of science, although they are not the only things upon which science depends. Science also requires logical and usually mathematical analysis, it requires cooperation with the scientific community in sharing information, it requires funding, it requires hypotheses which have not yet advanced to the status of theories, it requires creativity, hard work, and honesty.