We would like to extend an invitation to participate in a FREE trial of a multi-media classroom resource with a difference! Educators will be able to test the use of our avatars with students in the classroom. Details of how to get involved can be viewed HERE. Please do let your colleagues know about this.
Did you see the movie Avatar?
Organized by interest and subject, including science, politics, music, business, art and engineering, our resources are flexible, easy-to-use, consistent and cross-curricular, taking into consideration, differentiation in the classroom. These can be used in lessons, assemblies, coursework and activities to enhance the classroom experience. Teach and learn through a new kind of storytelling!
Amazing People Education specializes in publishing the personal life stories of outstanding individuals who succeeded in influencing change to the social conditions of their time. These changes have been a major contribution to how our world has developed into what it is today. Our stories have a large focus on the humanitarian aspect of these Amazing People and their ongoing principles that are central today.
With Social Studies and citizenship forming an integral part of education and the primary purpose being to help young people develop an ability to make informed and reasoned decisions for the public good as citizens of a culturally diverse, democratic society in an inter-dependent world – the Amazing People Club content is an ideal fit in bringing these inspirational role models to life. Covering disciplines such as economics, geography, history, law, philosophy, political science, psychology, religion and sociology, as well as other appropriate areas such as the humanities, mathematics and natural sciences.
“In an age when immediate fame and celebrity are cynically dangled to fuel the hopes and visions of children and young people, the Amazing People Club’s resources are a refreshing reminder of the power of role models to inspire the young. These materials represent an invaluable resource for schools. Written in the unique and engaging first person style of the BioView, pupils are invited to explore the exploits, achievements and motivations of remarkable individuals who have informed our thinking and shaped our world. They will be an invaluable stimulus to create dialogue and debate in citizenship work in schools.” Dave Jones, Pearson Headteacher of the North, 2008, Nominated Headteacher of the Year 2009.
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