Can Sixteen to Twenty sneak past the robot guards at the Museum of Numbers?
Unseen footage and exclusive insight reveal the how the Hines' struggled during their first winter as they built their new homestead in the highlands of Washington.
Try these memory and concentration challenges for yourself. How did you go? Why is it a bad idea to text and drive? How do men and women's brains differ?
This clip from Brain Games shows how we are influenced to more quickly believe a news headline with a picture than one that contains just text. Our brains take a shortcut to reach conclusions more quickly, this is known as heuristics. How can this be advantageous in life? Then think of some examples where it might be less so.
This clip from Brain Games illustrates our tendency to believe something the more times we hear it. This is called 'the illusory effect' or 'the reiteration effect'. It's important to be aware of this effect so we are more inclined to fact check something even when we have heard it several times. Can you think of an example where this could have a negative effect in real life? Is it possible to ensure you don't fall victim to the 'illusory effect'?
Craig is back and he is waging war against plastic! Test your knowledge of recycling and sustainability with this quiz on the War on Waste.
The Summer of 2019 - 2020 has been a horrific one for bushfires in Australia. Help your students to understand this increasingly common devastation and our changing climate with our collection of videos on bushfires, weather, the science around fires and the people who help to prevent, fight and recover from them in Australia.
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