I hope to be filming some science demonstration videos over the next few months and I’d like to hear from teachers who would like to have a high quality video of a particular demonstration.
My own opinion is that you should, where possible, do demonstrations live in your classrooms. However, there are some demos that are too difficult / expensive / time consuming to do which would be really useful to show students. Also, there are some great demonstrations done by live science performers which might be useful to have on video.
Other demonstrations which I think might be useful to film are those which you do in class but which you’d like to see in slow motion or in extreme close-up. There are also demonstrations which you do in class but which you’d like to show again without having to set the thing up again.
So, if you’ve got a demo you’d like to have on video, please leave a comment here or get in touch with me directly.