In this course, Professor Keith Ball (University of Warwick) continues exploring graphs, covering Topics A11-A12 in the Pearson Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Mathematics (1MA1) Specification for Foundation Tier. In the first mini-lecture, we introduce...
Prof. Keith Ball
In this course, Dr Nick Chatterton (Birkbeck College, University of London) introduces chemical kinetics as a means of measuring and studying the rate of a chemical reaction. To begin, we (i) understand how we can measure the rate of reaction from...
Dr Nick Chatterton
Birkbeck College, London
In this course, Dr Rebecca Bell (Imperial College London) explores plate tectonics. We begin with a module explaining how the theory of plate tectonics developed, and outlining the world’s major plates and types of plate boundary. The second...
Dr Rebecca Bell
Imperial College London
In this course, Dr Nicholas Morton (Nottingham Trent University) explores the early rise of the Mongol Empire from 1167-1243. In the first module, we look at the rise of the Mongols and their leader, Genghis Khan. In the second module, we then...
Dr Nicholas Morton
Nottingham Trent University
In this course, Professor Helen Hackett (University College London) explores women and print culture in Tudor England. In the first module, we look at how women were defined in print and how Tudor print culture was used to write about women. In...
Prof. Helen Hackett
In this course, Professor Jason Lotay (University of Oxford) discusses topics G1-G6 in the Pearson Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Mathematics (1MA1) Specification for Higher Tier. In the first mini-lecture, we cover the conventional terms and notations used...
Prof. Jason Lotay
University of Oxford
In this course, Professor Chris Bowdler (University of Oxford) explores the topic of inflation and price stability. In the first module, we will look at the definition of inflation and the terminology that economists use to describe inflation....
Dr Christopher Bowdler
University of Oxford
In this course, Dr. Simon Halliday (University of Bristol) discusses the economic problem and the factors of production. In the first module, we look in detail at what the economic problem is. After this, we look at wants, needs and different...
Dr Simon Halliday
Government & Politics
This course takes the form of a series of questions put to Sir Vince Cable, a senior politician and former leader of the Liberal Democrats who served as Business Secretary throughout 2010-15. In the first module, Vince Cable introduces himself and...
Sir Vince Cable
This course, by Dr Nathan Kerrigan (Birmingham City University) explores some key underpinnings of sociological theory and research. In the first lecture, we think about whether sociology is considered a science and from which perspectives...
Dr Nathan Kerrigan
Birmingham City University
In this course, Dr Matt Ivory (Cardiff University) introduces the eye, covering topics 2.15B-2.17B in the Pearson Edexcel GCSE Biology (9-1) Specification for Higher/Foundation Tier. We begin by: (i) relating the structure of the eye to its...
Dr Matthew Ivory
In this course, Dr Ayoub Bouguettaya (University of Birmingham) explores factors affecting social influence. In the first lecture, we think about what social influence is and how to define obedience within it. In the second lecture, we think about...
Dr Ayoub Bouguettaya
In this course, Professor Dominic Dwyer (Cardiff University) explores neophobia and taste aversion. In the first lecture, we think about the evolutionary background of feeding, including the reasons behind our preferences and avoidances for...
Professor Dominic Dwyer
In this course, Dr Greg Moorlock (University of Warwick) explores the ethics of organ transplantation. In the first module, we (i) introduce the terms of transplantation, organ failure, and the state of the art as it stands; before (ii) discussing...
Dr Gregory Moorlock