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New revision videos for OcR 21st Century Science

Discussion in 'Science' started by muaythaibaz, Jun 11, 2012.

  1. Hi, this is my first forum post, though I have been a long term browser!

    I have made 19 YouTube videos covering individual specification points for OCR 21st Century Science. They contain animations in the style (but nowhere near as stylish!) as Khan Academy. Already my students have recognised one clumsy error that I need to re-record, but overall they have found them useful for revision.

    The videos so far cover a good portion of C3, with a little bit of C2 as well. Chemistry isn't my specialism so a polite PM to tell me of any stupid mistakes would be really helpful! If all goes well, I plan on making many more of these on a regular basis for all schemes of work I teach

    If you would like to check them out, please visit http://www.youtube.com/user/Ryansecondaryscience
     
  2. Hi, this is my first forum post, though I have been a long term browser!

    I have made 19 YouTube videos covering individual specification points for OCR 21st Century Science. They contain animations in the style (but nowhere near as stylish!) as Khan Academy. Already my students have recognised one clumsy error that I need to re-record, but overall they have found them useful for revision.

    The videos so far cover a good portion of C3, with a little bit of C2 as well. Chemistry isn't my specialism so a polite PM to tell me of any stupid mistakes would be really helpful! If all goes well, I plan on making many more of these on a regular basis for all schemes of work I teach

    If you would like to check them out, please visit http://www.youtube.com/user/Ryansecondaryscience
     

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