We live in a world today where we are fed a whole lot of information in various fields of education. We are being trained to accept things as is given to us and not really question the validity of the information we are forced to accept and agree to. I disagree with this and I would teach students to think and apply their knowledge to test and prove wherever possible any of the accepted norms of science. One of the front-line topics is evolution. It is the accepted thing in education that this is true when it is nothing but a theory having no valid evidence to support it.
I would like to teach pre-university students who already understand the basics of mathematics and science. My aim would be on utilizing their knowledge to verify the accepted politically correct ideas permeating the life of the youth. I would teach them to look beyond the accepted norm to verify for themselves the truth, with all the tools available. Teaching students to do some research into the authors of the various theories, and the theses presented by them and rigorously test them and prove them to be correct or false.
While some aspects may not be possible to do at the pre-university level, there are enough topics and tools available to create lively action into validating the evolution theory or the flat earth/globe earth questions. It doesn't take long to figure out the false information imposed upon us. Simple questions can rattle the accepted theories of gravity, black holes, the curvature of the earth, the size of the sun, the eclipse alignment, the age of the earth, the fossil record, the geologic column, the origin of language, etc. we need to raise up people who can think, not just accept. We do not need factory-produced replicas, but real scientists and physicists and engineers and geologists and so on who can stand up and against the false education and who can present the truth in a scientifically acceptable manner. I would be teaching and training students for this goal.