Simple Harmonic Motion (Part 1)
An introduction to simple harmonic motion through demonstrations and animated sequences.
Physical Quantities. Scalars and Vectors
Introduction to measuring different quantities and how to tell the difference between vector and scalar quantities.
100 Greatest Discoveries: Physics
In this four-minute video, physicists study the primal forces of the
universe-gravity, electro-magnetics and the strong and weak nuclear
force as part of a series on the most important discoveries in the field of physics.
The History of Computing
This 48 minute video is a fast moving lecture that requires a sophistication about computing. This lecture provides an overview of the history of computing and is well worth showing to a beginning computer class that has some background.
Differences Between Adjectives and Adverbs
Adjectives are used to describe nouns and pronouns, while adverbs are used to describe verbs and other adverbs. Discover the difference between the two in this video. The teacher shares examples from her computer screen. (1:29)
The Eight Parts of Speech rap
Written by an Alabama seventh grader, this rap song teaches about the eight parts of speech. The student performs her rap. Average clarify of picture and sound in this live action movie. (3:40) The teacher may want to stop this video at times to make sure that students understand the words as the audio is fuzzy at times.
Sign Language Lessons: Alphabet & Numbers : How to Sign Letters J, K, & L in Sign Language
Learn how to sign the letters J, K, and L with American Sign Language (ASL) tips in this free online sign language video tutorial clip. This video includes closed captioning. Run time 02:04.
Tribute in Pictures-Vincent van Gogh
This is an excellent teaching resource for middle/high school students to introduce the life and works of Vincent Willem van Gogh.He was born March 30, 1853 and died July 29, 1890). Van Gogh was a Dutch Post-Impressionist artist. His paintings and drawings include some of the world's best known and most expensive. Various paintings and works are shown in slideshow format while music is played. This video will certainly help to build background knowledge of this famous artist and his variou
A stop-frame video describing the States of Australia. This is a class project and presents the flag, capital city, coat of arms, and population of each state. (Amateur video)
Landforms in Australia
Video clip about how landforms in Australia are made.
Adding Different Units of Length
In this video Sal Khan discusses how to convert and add different units of weight. The problem in this video is this:
An electrician has the following lengths of cable: 23 inches, 49 inches, and 8 feet. How much cable does he have in feet?
The Economics of Sports
In this six minute video the economics of sports is explained. The author explains some controversial issues such as the pay for college athletes and how the free market system works at universities. Also noted are investing in high draft picks, the impact of others of sports, and the impact of fans on players and officials.
In an easy conversational tone, the instructor uses the computer screen as his 'blackboard' and different colors to emphasis his points. As this is an introduction to division, this video is for elementary students.
Division Strategy - Repeated Subtraction
Teacher demonstrates repeated subtraction strategy for division problems. Very simple presentation. Student sees whiteboard screen as problems are completed. Part of the Math Made Easy series. (5:48)
Division With Remainder Using Repeated Subtraction Strategy
A clear demonstration of repeated subtraction division strategy with single digit divisor and 4-digit dividend. Narration is clear. Student sees process on whiteboard. Place value columns focus student on meaning of the numerals. (1:13)
If you are happy
In this video children are singing the song and acting it out. (1:07)
Technologies That Changed Our Brains
The Internet is just one in a series of “intellectual technologies” that have reshaped the way humans think. Nicholas Carr discusses some technologies, prior to the Internet, that have radically reshaped the way our brains work. Some of the technologies include the map, clock, and book. This video is in lecture format. (5:00)
Social Networking in Plain English
A short explanation of social networking websites and why they are popular. You will be taken off site and back to YouTube to view this video. Simply click on "Watch on YouTube" that appears on the black screen. (1:47)
This video is a high school physics project that includes clear audio explanations about electromagnets and electro magnetic energy. This applies to generators, electromagnets, solenoids, and speakers. The video gives you a very specific examples: how a stereo speaker works, a magnetic toy, . Run time 8:08.
What Metal Has the Strongest Magnetic Attraction?
Iron is the metal with the strongest magnetic attraction.
Steel can also be highly magnetized because it is made up mostly of
iron. Discover more information on the magnetic value of different
metals in this clip.