spotted elsewhere: animated education videos
When it comes to education, I believe in two simple things:
- the more entertaining and exciting we make education, the more people will focus while learning, and the better they will concentrate
- the more senses we manage to involve, the better people will remember what they have learned
One simple way of dealing with both issues is through animated videos. Such animations can be a quite entertaining way to transmit knowledge, while simultaneously addressing both auditory and visual senses.
For a prime example of such animated videos, take a look at the RSA Animate video on Changing Education Paradigms, which is only one of a series of many animated videos of the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce.
Even complex economic topics can be presented quite entertaining this way. Simply take a look at the animated video on How the Economic Machine Works by Ray Dalio: