Brian Cox school experiments

The experiments are designed to support teachers to carry out experimental science in the classroom, and relate it to real world experiences. Creative and experimental approaches are particularly important for keeping students interested and engaged in science, and for equipping them well for the future, whether or not they pursue a career in science.

Each written resource is accompanied by four videos; two with extra information on how to carry out the experiment and two on how the experiment relates to the real world. These create a flexible pack, for teachers to use as many or as few as suits them.

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What factors affect the size of a shadow in a shadow theatre?

This resource provides a set of videos and a practical investigation aimed at supporting working scientifically in the classroom and relating science to real world experiences. In the first video Professor Brian Cox joins a teacher to find out how to set up and run an investigation to find out what affects the...
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What factors affect the pitch and the volume of sound?

This resource provides a set of videos and a practical investigation aimed at supporting working scientifically in the classroom and relating science to real world experiences. In the first video Professor Brian Cox joins a teacher to find out how to set up and run an investigation to find out what affects the pitch...
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2010 to date

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