This video has a "movie trailer" feel to it, including moving music, informative text, and vibrant images and the Tundra. This would be a great "hook" to use in an introductory lesson on biomes or the tundra. (03:13)
There and Back Again
Latinum's move across to libsyn was short lived. Future episodes will be uploaded here only.
"The Scientific Method Song"
In this video, Mr. Edmonds sings about some basic steps in the scientific method for experimental study. Some of the key vocabulary words include the following: dependent variable, constants, independent variable, research, hypothesis, procedure, data table, label, units, experiment, and data. This is a great resource to help students remember this important skill. Middle School and High School students will enjoy this catchy tune. (2:34)
Meet a Fashion Designer in New York City
A student describes the history of clothing in the United States and the birth of the garment industry after the invention of the sewing machine. She then interviews a fashion designer in New York City. The fashion designer describes how a person prepares for this career and shows the beginnings of a design. ( 4:21)
UK retailers feel the heat
Sept. 30 - UK retailers fear a dip in winter clothing sales as Britain enjoys unseasonably warm weather. Kirsty Basset reports.
Confocal Raman Mapping of Colloidal Particles in Smectic a Liquid Crystals
Ebru Buyuktanir gives a talk at the LC2CAM 08 conference about CRM and the results which include raman images of 5CB, focal conic domains of 8CB, and inverse smectic inclusions.
Fashion goes to the dogs
Sept. 26 - Puppy fashion takes center stage at Buenos Aires' most exclusive fashion event. Sharon Reich reports.
Hikers arrive in US
Sept. 25 - The American hikers say they are savoring their freedom after years of isolation in an Iranian prison. Rough Cut. (no reporter narration).
Alan Price, Founder, Falcon Leadership, LLC - IMPACT
"Captain Alan W. Price is the founder of Falcon Leadership, LLC and since his retirement from Delta Air Lines in 2004, has worked with a number of clients around a variety of topics relating to leadership development/crisis leadership, strategic planning, safety systems, communications, and team development. Capt Price is an ASQ certified quality auditor, and conducts IOSA airline safety audits for airline clients throughout the world. Additionally, he works with hospitals throughout the Unite
Koonce, G., & Kelly, M. (October 2011). Effects of Utilizing Three Instruments for Assessing the P
Glenn Koonce, Michael Kelly
This study was designed to explore principal internship evaluation rigor by examining internship assessment impact on program improvement. Two assessments were added to a university educational […]
Predicting Products 2
History of an Atom
What's an EFT?
Director of Educational Program Development Bill White and his team create a television broadcast to nurture citizens for a new era.
The John Smith Well
Discovery continues at Virginia's James Fort, site of America's first permanent English settlement. Archaeologist Bill Kelso gets to the bottom of a 1609 well.
Papa Said, Mama Said
Papa Said, Mama Said preserves the African-American community's long tradition of storytelling. Art Johnson shares a fable.
Snowscene - Quiz
Students will be able to understand the symbolism in this poem.
Ghosts of Williamsburg
Author L.B. Taylor preserves Tidewater's spectral folklore in his book, "The Ghosts of Williamsburg."
The Idea of America
Democracy is an experiment sustained through debate; rights are a privilege earned through participation. Michael Hartoonian introduces The Idea of America.
Cheering for the Mustangs
SMU cheerleaders and swim team recently visited the WFAA-TV (Dallas) morning show to talk about the rivalry with TCU and the "Fry the Frogs" contest. Learn more at http://smu.edu/alumni/frythefrogs/default.asp