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Psychology of Attraction - Who do we like and Why?

A workshop plan and resources backed up by notes of related scientific studies that were developed by Cinelive and Professor Viren Swami of Anglia Ruskin University.

These were delivered as part of 'What's the Grey Matter with Gregory?', an immersive arts/science project delivered across the UK in 2015/2016...

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13 June 2016

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Attracting Hormones - What and Who do we like?

A series of resources developed by Cinelive alongside Professor Dave Hornby of the University of Sheffield, Professor Frank Hucklebridge of the University of Westminster and Professor John Wass of Oxford University.

These resources provide the opportunity for a group to explore the history of our...

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13 June 2016

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Somerset thinking skills course: module 6 - patterns in time and space

This course was developed in response to research which revealed that many young adults are not equipped with efficient learning techniques. It appeared that these people were unable to explain how they learnt, why they succeded or failed, or to devise or employ strategies appropriate for specified learning tasks....

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1990

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Somerset thinking skills course: module 3 - comparative thinking

This course was developed in response to research which revealed that many young adults are not equipped with efficient learning techniques. It appeared that these people were unable to explain how they learnt, why they succeded or failed, or to devise or employ strategies appropriate for specified learning tasks....

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1988

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Art + science now: how scientific research and technological innovation are becoming key to 21st-century aesthetics

'Art + science now' is a groundbreaking overview of the art being made at the cutting edge of scientific research. The first illustrated book in its field, it shows how some of the worlds most dynamic art is being produced not in museums, galleries and studios but in the laboratory, where artists...

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2012

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Colours, Colours (Sensory Story)

"Colours, Colours" is a sensory story and can be used with any age.  The story looks at a number of colours, with the objects and smells that are associated with it.

The 3 end pages give you printables; the last page gives you ideas for the different objects and reminders of how to use the items in the story...

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03 February 2017

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Challenges In A box

Please see www.dwiller.com for an up to date listing of these challenges which are free to download and use. I alos have some kits which can be made available in Coventry and Warwickshire free of charge.

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06 February 2017

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Silent Signal: Exploring Biomedical Science

These resources were developed to compliment the award winning Silent Signal project, funding by the Wellcome Trust and Garfield Weston Foundation. They include interactive lesson plans that explore the societal, ethical, and cultural aspects of biomedical science including immunology, infections, genetics,...

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21 February 2017

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How to paint on glass

 

This book shows you how to capture the look of stained glass to make stunning window panels, glowing candle shades, simple suncatchers and jewellery on glass, plastic or acetate.

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1998

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Everything Dinosaur Teaching Blog

Written by dinosaur experts and teachers, the Everything Dinosaur Teaching Blog is a free resource to help teachers, teaching assistants and educational specialists.  It provides information and best practice examples of teaching about rocks, fossils,...

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06 September 2017

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