If your work was an animal, which one would it be and why? That’s what Sinikka answered for February’s scicommchall! She writes:
“My work is like an octopus: it…
… is changing its color from time to time,
… is tackling 8 different tasks simultaneously,
… and leaves behind a large amount of ink.”
For February’s #scicommchall, Nena writes:
“My work is like the little blue and glittering rainbow fish,
colourful like the biodiversity I experience daily again and again,
lively like the nature I am working in,
glimmering like the eyes of children they discover the live around them,
friendly like the people I am allowed to speak every day!”
Love it! What would your work be if it was an animal?
February’s #scicommchall is brought to you by Nena:
If your work was an animal, which one would it be and why?
Excited like a mating cock? Clever like a red fox? Like ants – looking chaotic but more organized we can imagine?
During remembering a talk of a professor last year, the #SciCommChall for February was born. He was asking his pupils “If maths was an animal, which one would it be and why”. One girl was answering “Maths is like a spider, just hit down”. Another little child compared math with a lion “full of respect”. Interesting was the answer of a boy who said “Math for me it’s like a hippo, first you are scared and later you are fascinated”.
So, take up the challenge in work and live and tell us which animal is reflecting your work!