Water that falls from the sky is called precipitation. As one aspect of weather, precipitation such as rain or snow can affect your daily life. However, it is also a vital step in the water cycle, returning water from the atmosphere back to Earth's surface. In this video you will observe three different types of precipitation — rain, hail, and snow. Sound but no narration. Run time 01:00.
Childnet International - Cyber Bullying
This video illustrates the dangers of cyber bullying and offers solutions to the problem.
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Learning about Balloons with Curious George
The children blow up helium balloons on a windy day and experiment with different weights to hold them down. The first weight is too light and the balloon blows away. The second weight is too heavy and balloon just stays on the ground. The third weight is just right and the balloons float in mid-air. The children also give a brief description of helium: "Helium is a gas that is lighter than air."
Learning about Water and Ice with Curious George
The children head to the kitchen and make various ice shapes in the freezer. The next day, they played with the ice shapes and observed them as they melted.
Twitter on CBS News
This video is a CBS News San Franciso/Bay Area news segment on Twitter. It explains what Twitter is, how it was created, and why it has become so popular. (3:03)
This tutorial shows you how to navigate Twitter. First you should set up a profile. You can protect your tweets. Next enter a short bio and choose a picture. Include a link to your website so you are transparent to the people who follow you. (9:55)
What Is Twitter?
Twitter is the latest social-networking craze and it is based on a very simple question: What are you doing?
How to Use Twitter
Watch this video for a demonstration of "How to Use Twitter". You will need a computer with internet access. Messages can be no longer than 140 characters. This is a great tutorial video for enhancing technology in the classroom with students and parents. (4:00)
Get started with the first step: Create an account. Go to Twitter.com and click the green Get Started button to join. Enter your name, user name, password, and email address, and youre good to go.
How do you use twitter- Twitter Training Part 2
Now that you're signed up for Twitter (see my other videos), how do you use twitter. Here are the step by step instructions provided by Social Networking Professor.
*No Nonsense* Twitter Tutorial - How use Twitter Social Networking Platform
In this post I will show you how to get set up on Twitter. It is a way to stay instantly connected with people. In this video you will see some of the basic settings.
How to Become a Fashion Journalist
In order to become a fashion journalist, a person must have
expertise in both journalism and the fashion industry. Discover why most fashion journalists have to work for national publications or Web sites from a journalism professor in this video clip.
Biography Malcolm X
This biography is about one of history's most famous activists, Malcolm X. the video shows actual footage of Malcolm X speaking to a group.
Labeling an Insect Collection
In this video, Gary Hevel helps you identify and label an insect collection. Identification can be a tricky problem. Gary provides a number of references to help with the identification. Run time 04:05.
Insect Collecting During the Day
Join entomologist Gary Hevel as he demonstrated insect collecting with a net and cyanide jar. He also looks for insects in the tree bark and logs and suggests that bug collecting takes a great deal of patience. Run time 06:41.
Insect Collecting at Night
Join entomologist Gary Hevel as he provides tips for collecting insects at night. Gary suggests looking for insects in tree bark, porch lights, commercial lights, and a technique called sugaring. Run time 03:11.
Collecting Insects Using Small Traps
In this video, entomologist Gary Hevel demonstrates how to make various small traps out of plastic cups and dishes to help collect insects. Run time 03:08.
General Bug Preparation for an Insect Collection
Entomologist Gary Hevel gives tips on how to prepare a bug for your insect collection. He explains the various ways to mount the insect on a foam board using pins. Run time 04:50.
An Introduction to Insect Collecting
Join entomologist Gary Hevel in this video as he helps you start an insect (bug) collection. Gary will show you the various equipment and supplies needed before starting the collection. Run time 02:40.
Spreading Winds of Butterflies and Moths
In this video, entomologist Gary Hevel explains how to spread the wings of butterflies and moths for an insect collection. He demonstrated how to mount them using pins, a spreading board, and tracing paper. Run time 06:09.
Distance Formula Upside Down
Formula for calculating the distance between two points on a co-ordinate plane -- from a different perspective. White board in a class setting, some interaction, engaging, several examples of increasing complexity. The discussion is clear and understandable.