secondary and above (14 - 18 +)
Mathematics in Movies
This is a collection of movie clips in which Mathematics appears. The movies can be played online, on PC, on iphone/ipad or downloaded to be included into a presentation. The collection was curated by Oliver Knill, Department of Mathematics at Harvard University between March 2006 - July 2011. A fun way to introduce maths...
Learn for example how to calculate 10 times 1000 by watching a funny part of The Full Monty or how to solve the quadratic equation from a math scene in the Fellini movie Amarcord, a movie with a number of delightful school scenes.
Video Resource "100 Questions on Islam"
This "100 Questions on Islam" video series, produced the UN Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC) and the British Council and published on a Vimeo Channel is a easily accessible repository of expert interviews on video (all short pieces) discussing current issues around perceptions of Islam and Muslim communities. Interviewees are scholars, journalists and policymakers from a diversity of geographical and professional backgrounds on major social, foreign policy, and historical questions. The 100 videos, which average two minutes in length, be a valuable source for research or education on the topic. Topics include the role of women in Islam, the place of democratic principles in theocratic governments, the veil, the Arab Spring, Shariah law and so on.
100 Questions About Islam tries to be a digital resource for the general public. It was produced by students from the University of Missouri School of Journalism during a symposium hosted by Georgetown University’s Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding.
Evaluating the "Clash of Civilizations"
Islam and International Relations
Muslims and American Politics
Muslims and the West Throughout History
Muslims in the Public Sphere
One Religion, Many Cultures
Politics and Religion
The Nuances of Identity
The Problem with Stereotypes
Women and Islam
The Cassiopeia Project provides free high quality science videos for teachers and students. These videos are free to download. Teachers and students can edit, remix and use these videos in any way that they wish. Whilst the videos are self contained they are hosted with the framework of a larger story that is provided as a supplementary learning activity.
The videos cover the following categories or 'courses':
* Bang to Man [the story of our universe and our place within it] 4 Videos
* Code for Life [DNA Genetics] 6 Videos
* General Science [misc] 5 science videos
* Relativity 6 videos
* Biology 11 Videos
* Complexity [inner working of human brain 6 videos]
* Physics (Misc] 6 videos
* Space 13 videos
* Chemistry 4 Videos
* Evolution 10 videos
* Quantum Mechanics
* Stanard Model [forces and matter] 12 videos