Facebook to host live science lessonJuly 24th, 2012 - 9:52 pm ICT by IANS
London, July 24 (IANS) School pupils are set to be taught a science lesson live on Facebook from the Royal Albert Hall, The Independent reported Tuesday.
Dallas Campbell and Yan Wong, presenters of BBC1 show Bang Goes The Theory, will deliver the lesson, investigating “the science of sound”, to classrooms in Britain and abroad.
The Royal Albert Hall said the class, due to take place on the social networking website in October, was part of its aim to inspire children to get involved in the arts and sciences, according to the newspaper.
Lucy Noble, head of programming and education at the music venue, said it hoped “the world’s first science lesson broadcast live to classrooms via Facebook”, would be the first of many.
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