Clips & Activities

Learning science with dance

Use this 5-week scheme of work from onedanceuk.org (by Inez Morse) to help your learners to celebrate the International Day of Dance (29 April). It combines learning about science and dance to help learners understand how light works and the concept of travelling in dance. What better and more creative way to develop more inquisitive and rounded learners. (Image taken from the plan by Inez Morse on the onedanceuk.org website)

Art at home

The Kennedy Center in the USA’s resident artist, Mo Willems, is offering daily art classes called ‘Lunch Doodles’ on YouTube.  What a great resource to keep your learners creative while at home. (Image taken from a video by The Kennedy Center on YouTube)

Free online content

Swing Education has made a list of companies offering free educational resources during the Coronavirus quarantine period. There are resources for schools and teachers, for parents and learners, for online classes and about online platforms. (Image taken from the swingeducation.com)

How to get more women into science

Use this video from hypatiaproject.eu (Expect Everything) on YouTube to help your learners understand the International Day of Women and Girls in Science (11 February). It shows them how few women work in STEM but also how we can change that so girls and young women can become successful in science. What kind of person do your learners imagine when they think of a scientist? (Image taken from a video by hypatiaproject.eu via Expect Everything on YouTube)
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