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Secondary science example (student-created)

This student-created video demonstrates the process of a chemical reaction between vinegar and bicarbonate of soda.

In the film above, we see a simple student experiment created using vinegar and bicarbonate of soda.

It’s easy to see how a bank of experiment films could be created to demonstrate different chemical reactions.

What advantages might there be for student learning in having planned, scripted, shot and reviewed this film?

What potential uses might the resulting film have for teaching and learning?

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