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Personal, Social, Health, and Economic Education


Should We All Be Vegetarians?

Should We All Be Vegetarians?

Ethics in Action

Should everyone on the planet become vegetarian, and is it even possible? Or is eating meat an essential part of human evolution? This video looks at the arguments for all sides, giving a brief history of vegetarianism, and discussing the ethical...Show More
Should Parents Be Able to Edit Their Children's Genes?

Should Parents Be Able to Edit Their Children's Genes?

Ethics in Action

Should parents be given the choice to edit the genes of their unborn children? Or should this practice remain outlawed? This video looks at the arguments for both sides, discussing the He Jiankui affair and CRISPR-Cas9 technology, and explaining...Show More
Should All Drugs Be Legal and Regulated?

Should All Drugs Be Legal and Regulated?

Ethics in Action

Should illicit drugs be made legal and regulated? Or do the potential risks to the public outweigh the benefits? This video looks at the arguments for both sides, discussing the dangers of addiction and historical precedent for changing the law....Show More
Should Countries Accept Refugees?

Should Countries Accept Refugees?

Ethics in Action

Should countries accept refugees, and how many? Or could the disadvantages of doing this outweigh the benefits? This video looks at the arguments for all sides, explaining countries’ legal and moral obligations, and exploring short-term versus...Show More
Should Common Good Come Before Individual Freedom?

Should Common Good Come Before Individual Freedom?

Ethics in Action

Which is more important for our society: common good or individual freedoms? Or are the lines blurred? This video looks at the arguments for all sides, examining the history of tobacco and seat belt legislation, and discussing 21st century issues...Show More
Should Adventurers Be Rescued?

Should Adventurers Be Rescued?

Ethics in Action

When adventurers find themselves in peril, should they be rescued? Or should they be left to deal with the consequences of their risky, and sometimes reckless, actions? This video looks at the arguments for both sides, exploring safety risks and...Show More
Gender and Stereotypes

Gender and Stereotypes

Understanding Gender

What’s the difference between sex and gender? How do children learn gender stereotypes? Why can gender norms have harmful effects on people’s health and wellbeing? This video answers these questions and more, exploring the influence that...Show More
Talking about Gender and Identity

Talking about Gender and Identity

Understanding Gender

What do ‘gender identity’, ‘gender expression’ and ‘sexual orientation’ mean? How can we make more inclusive language choices? Does it matter if you don’t get it exactly right? This video answers these questions and more, diving...Show More
Developing Grit

Developing Grit

What You Need to Succeed

As the saying goes, genius is one part inspiration and 99 parts perspiration. Without grit and tenacity, natural talent can tragically be left undeveloped and unfulfilled. It’s only by putting in the hours and overcoming setbacks that long-term...Show More
My Future Self

My Future Self

What You Need to Succeed

If you met your future self, what would you want to ask them? Just as importantly, what would you hope they could tell you? Knowing your future self involves understanding your present strengths and interests, and considering how they will change...Show More
Social Skills

Social Skills

What You Need to Succeed

Social skills are often challenging for young people trying to navigate their world. Learning how to communicate and interact with others does not always come naturally. However, such skills are crucial for connecting with the people around them...Show More
Inclusive Schools and Classrooms

Inclusive Schools and Classrooms

Understanding Gender

What can schools do to support gender diversity? Does the law prevent gender stereotyping and discrimination? How can we create a culture of equality, inclusivity and fairness in the school community? This video answers these questions and more,...Show More
Self-Management

Self-Management

What You Need to Succeed

Living a life without anybody telling you what to do may sound like a young person’s dream, but without the ability to self-manage, they can quickly find themselves in a dire situation. This video examines what it takes to develop self-control...Show More
Developing Emotional Intelligence

Developing Emotional Intelligence

What You Need to Succeed

There has long been talk about intelligence quotients, but emotional intelligence has recently emerged as an equally powerful predictor of success and satisfaction in life. This video introduces the concept of emotional intelligence and considers...Show More
Self-Awareness

Self-Awareness

What You Need to Succeed

Research has found that the majority of people think they are self-aware, while in reality less than a quarter truly are. If they took a test about themselves, they would probably fail! This video examines what self-awareness is and why it is an...Show More
Aspiration and Ambition

Aspiration and Ambition

What You Need to Succeed

Where do you see yourself ten years from now? What do you want to do and who do you want to be? For young people, ten years away might sound impossibly distant, yet it’s these questions that can shape their actions today. This video helps...Show More
Social Awareness

Social Awareness

What You Need to Succeed

Being socially aware is the ability to read what others may be thinking and feeling, as well as knowing the right things to say at the right time. This video helps students develop empathy, learning when it is appropriate to engage more as a...Show More
A Growth Mindset

A Growth Mindset

What You Need to Succeed

A growth mindset is associated with positive thinking. It embraces challenges and seeks opportunities to learn and grow. Rather than backing down and avoiding possible failure, a growth mindset acknowledges that success comes from practice and...Show More
The Benefits of Lifelong Learning

The Benefits of Lifelong Learning

What You Need to Succeed

More than half of what you learn in life is outside of formal education. But lifelong learning doesn’t mean doing maths homework well into middle age! Instead, it means you have a hunger to discover new things and a recognition that you need to...Show More
Hacking Happiness

Hacking Happiness

State of Disruption

The actions we take can influence the very function of our brain cells, and ground-breaking research has proven just how much control we have over our mind-body connection. This video explores how ‘hacking’ our ‘feel-good’...Show More
Stress, Anxiety and Resilience in a Time of Disruption

Stress, Anxiety and Resilience in a Time of Disruption

State of Disruption

Our world is currently in a state of disruption not before seen in our lifetimes. The COVID-19 pandemic has shaken the social, economic and political structures that humans once took for granted, understandably impacting the mental health of...Show More
Resilience and the Fight-or-Flight Response

Resilience and the Fight-or-Flight Response

State of Disruption

Encountering a wild animal predator may be a stress we long left behind in history, but the survival mechanisms humans developed then still serve us in today’s stressful situations, from exams to online bullying. This video explores the...Show More
Emerging into Resilience

Emerging into Resilience

State of Disruption

While the sympathetic nervous system triggers the fight-or-flight response to danger, the parasympathetic nervous system allows the body to relax and repair. This video looks at ways we can help our bodies to engage the parasympathetic nervous...Show More
Who Are You?

Who Are You?

Miniclips: Next Stop, Puberty!

Going through puberty is challenging. But overcoming challenges brings new skills and strengths. At the end of puberty, not only do we have a bigger (and hairier and smellier!) body, but also newfound independence, resilience and courage to take...Show More
Jump Onboard

Jump Onboard

Miniclips: Next Stop, Puberty!

Jump in, it’s going to be a wild ride! This broad and light-hearted introduction to puberty looks at the common features of male and female puberty, emphasising that puberty is far from a one-size-fits-all process.