vidubiology offers exciting and effective ideas how video and media can support biology learning by providing clear examples of Biological themes suitable for the curriculum of students, and great ways that students can use cameras autonomously and collaboratively to enhance their learning.

vidubiology is a European funded, Erasmus plus project to improve the teaching and engagement with Biology and science, for students at school (10 – 14 years).

Project intros, tasksheets, tutorials are all collected on the content page. First results are on our YouTube playlist and on our Flickr channel.

Reaching schools

The vidubiology project is designed to produce innovative pedagogical material for teachers, including teacher training guides, handbooks, case studies and videos that will be, easy to use tools, that will enable teachers to replicate and use the project in classrooms all over Europe.


With more than 20 years of active video within education it is clear that media tools are very popular with young people. Video education has to be embedded into the teaching pedagogy. For vidubiology this means that students are motivated to ask scientific questions, take the initiative, work in teams, but also know how to get support to help them to be more critical about their media outcomes.

The vidubiology team includes European biologists, media educators and project promoters.