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Flipped Learning - Chemistry Videos

Discussion in 'Science' started by LucyBillings, Jan 4, 2016.

  1. LucyBillings

    LucyBillings New commenter

    Hi all.

    I am working to create bitesize videos for the key GCSE subjects. Chemistry is the first subject. http://www.fuseschool.org
    177 videos are completed, with about another 75 to finish the GCSE chemistry course. They are around 3 minutes long, explaining all the key concepts that make up the GCSE course (based on AQA - but appropriate for all exam boards).

    We have had fantastic feedback so far from students, and from our YouTube channel. Please use them for flipped learning / helping support the classroom learning. The videos have been scripted, recorded and reviewed by teachers.

    They are FREE and always will be. This is a charity project to provide a free education for all (internationally).

    Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. And please use them!!

    Thank you!!
  2. knitone

    knitone Lead commenter

    The videos look very good, but there does not seem to be any sound. Is this right?
  3. Goat2

    Goat2 New commenter

    Brilliant just what I need for night class doing GCSE Well done, simple explanation, good graphics and animation Sound worked perfectly
  4. peterdevon

    peterdevon New commenter

    I'm sure I will use these, but why do you show pictures of (eg) NaOH portrayed as a molecule with three atoms connected by what looks like covalent bonds.

    We work so hard to get GCSE students to understand the differences between atoms / ions / molecules!

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