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Using Bad Vibes in the Classroom

Produced by Teachers TV as part of the How Science Works series, this video can be used in connection with Bad Vibes in the Classroom programme.

This video takes a look at how the Bad Vibes programme, featuring Professor Trevor Cox, addresses several key areas of the How Science Works curriculum. It illustrates collection and analysis of scientific data, quantitative and qualitative methods, and the role of the scientific community in validating changes in scientific ideas are all discussed.

Professor Cox talks us through the peer review process, explaining how it shaped his development of a website designed to carry out research on the world's worst sounds.

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