Resources with topic Podcast

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Science Listening to scientists - a lifelong water expert talks about a city's water supply
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This resource was made for general public interest but may find use as enrichment material for science and geography.
Science Listening to scientists - Using sensors and data loggers for agriculture
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How do plant growers and scientists monitor the environment? What do they measure and why?
This resource was made for general public interest but may find use as enrichment material for science, technology and geography.
Science Listening to scientists - a plant scientist talks about water
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Why do plants need water? How do different plants cope with a drought?
This ten-minute recording entitled 'science has a use after school' was made for a local radio show. Audio podcasts(tool), of which this is one, replace easily-missed radio shows and keep us informed. Universities also create podcasts, and just some teachers do too, gaining the unusual advantage that a podcast easily gets into a student's music player. Students might also like to think about how they communicate(tool) and making their own podcast.
Science Listening - A chocolate maker describes how it’s done
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How is chocolate made? How does temperature affects crystallisation?
This resource was made for general public interest but may find use as enrichment material for science and chemistry.
Science Listening to scientists – choosing materials for industry
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How does industry choose which material to use?
This resource was made for general public interest but may find use as enrichment material for science; design and technology.
Science Listening to scientists - an environmental scientist talks about heat loss from houses
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How does a house lose heat? What are the ways to stop this loss of heat?
This ten-minute recording was made for a local radio show with a strap line that 'science has a use after school'. Audio podcasts, of which this is one, replace easily-missed radio shows and keep us informed. Universities also create podcasts, and just some teachers do too, gaining the unusual advantage that a podcast easily gets into a student's music player.
Science Listening to scientists – a glaciologist measures climate change
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How chemical analysis reveals the changes in the earth’s atmosphere and climate over so many years.
This resource was made for general public interest but may find use as enrichment material for science, careers and geography.