Kindergarten Scientists: The Pot of Gold at the End of the Rainbow

Kindergarten Scientists: The Pot of Gold at the End of the Rainbow Kindergarten is one of those times where most students have colored at least one rainbow in their lifetime. Rainbows are not always drawn with the right colors when a person is first learning the colors. Sometimes children even make mistakes in knowing how a rainbow actually looks like. In one research study, we … Continue reading Kindergarten Scientists: The Pot of Gold at the End of the Rainbow

Hope Theory: Rainbows in the Mind

Hope Theory: Rainbows in the Mind http://slideplayer.com/slide/3780007/ This is something new that I found when I was researching rainbows. Something called the “hope theory” exists, where the word rainbow is used as a symbol for representing a theory. The hope theory is defined as the perceived capability to create pathways to desired goals and to motivate oneself while thinking about those pathways (1 Snyder). Snyder … Continue reading Hope Theory: Rainbows in the Mind

“Somewhere over the Rainbow”

The title of this blog may give away what this blog will be about. The famous song, “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” has been a well-known song that is most commonly seen in the movie “Wizard of Oz.” The beauty about this song is that there is symbolism behind it. The person who created the song had several significances behind the song. Israel Kamakawiwo’ole is the … Continue reading “Somewhere over the Rainbow”

Rainbows in a Scientific “Light”

Something many people do not know is that rainbows have been highly connected in the scientific field. The way a rainbow is formed is quite remarkable. Most people do not take the time to understand how a rainbow can be created. Most people know that rainbows happen in nature when there is rain and sunlight. But what most people do not know is that creating … Continue reading Rainbows in a Scientific “Light”