Featured Science Video for the Autumn Term, 2019

Choosing What to Investigate

How Scientists Work

Exploring the broad issue of urban light pollution through the work of four dedicated researchers, this programme reveals how and why each scientist chose their niche and turned it into a measurable research question. Middle and Senior-secondary students will find this programme insightful viewing before delving into their own STEM investigation.

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Science videos for the Autumn Term

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Energy Transfers

Collisions

This clip looks at quantities including work, force, distance, mass, velocity and kinetic energy. Worked examples using different mathematical formulae are applied to everyday examples of collisions. It is a great learning resource for senior level physics students.

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Ecosystems: Energy and Matter

Environmental Systems

Every organism lives in an ecosystem. This clip defines and looks at different types of ecosystems, and explores two critical processes that go on within them – energy flow and the cycling of matter. It is ideal for middle to upper level students of biology and other natural sciences.

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Choosing What to Investigate

How Scientists Work

Exploring the broad issue of urban light pollution through the work of four dedicated researchers, this programme reveals how and why each scientist chose their niche and turned it into a measurable research question. Middle and Senior-secondary students will find this programme insightful viewing before delving into their own STEM investigation.

Download Teaching Resource Pack

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