09 May 2022 | views: 67 | Resources
There are always questions that young people ask that teachers and parents do not know the answer to. Some of these questions may not have defined answers, for example "if God is on the sky why does he not fall out of the clouds because of gravity?"
Some questions require specialist answers – "Do Jelly fish have a beak, and if so, why?"
And then there are questions where a simple answer will not really help to develop the understanding and lead to the repeated use of why?
While research shows that sometimes people ask questions to confirm what they know, sometimes they ask questions to make others do thinking for them, and often they ask questions because the world is an inherently interesting place.
We now have a dedicated space on our website where you can ask those questions to STEM ambassadors on behalf of young people in a safe and secure way. Visit our Ask an Ambassador page to learn more and ask your STEM related Questions?
The Ask an Ambassador page can be found in the resources section under "Online Resources".