How to Punk Your Science
In this video, produced by the Science Museum, the Punk Science team explain the fun methods that they use to demonstrate scientific concepts to school students. They aim to be engaging and imaginative, to give interpretations of different theories and include all students in three-dimensional, participatory demonstrations.
The team talk about the importance of involving students, keeping their attention and making the demonstrations really memorable.
The video is aimed at teachers and ends with an outline of ways in which the Punk Science videos can be used in the classroom to enhance the teaching of theoretical sciences.
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