Clips & Activities

The physics of ballet

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Use this ed.ted.com video and related lesson resources by Arleen Sugano on ed.ted.com to help your learners understand the physics of the hardest dance move in ballet. What better way to celebrate International Dance Day on 29 April. Can your learners guess how long the dancer manages to continue the move for over 30 seconds without falling over? (Image taken from a lesson by Arleen Sugano on the ed.ted.com website)

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)

Art at home

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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)

How to get more women into science

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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)