Oct 14

Video animation to understand micro-organisms

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Hello all, This blog is quite informative for people like me as I'm always seeking new resources to learn new things. I was wondering if we were to use video animation as a way to teach the younger generation of students about micro-organisms, how would that go? Instead of following the conventional path of reading books and explaining them, showing videos that depict the actual images in the books will help kids/ students better understand what they're trying to study. We can always avail assistance from https://vidnado.com.au Regards Amelia

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