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Science Education Consultant
Sai was a neuroscientist, but decided to pursue a career in science communication and education. She has worked in science education at The Physiological Society, NESTA, Planet Science, Science in School, Ignite! and Queen Mary University of London. Sai’s MA research looking into how young people learn accurate science from the entertainment media, saw her take up an International Fellowship at the National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C. She currently works with pathologists and preschoolers…but not at the same time!
Learning And Laughter: Using Humour As An Educational Tool
Sai Pathmanathan produced the session 'Learning and Laughter' at CMC 2014 - part of the new Learning@Heart strand of the Conference. This session is also available as a podcast. Here Sai takes a look at what was discussed and the place for comedy in pursuit of the curriculum. ‘Laughter is the shortest…
Learning and Laughter
Exploring how humour can help kids learn and asking - is there a place for children’s comedy entertainment in the classroom?
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