How To Study | Fundamentals
Studying For Exams Made Simple is an account of the study techniques
used to get A's in exams. Find out how to pass exams using effective
study techniques, study tips and good study habits. This is an eleven minute video that slowly goes over the ways to prepare for tests. An excellent video with plenty of examples. Slow loading due to its length.
Study Tips for Math
Tips to help you with your math studies including not doing too much on outside activities. The four minute video has "hot" tips such as getting a good rest. A talking head video.
Constructivism: A Vision For the Future
Ponders what the classroom of the future might look like, and offers steps to approach constructivist learning as well as the obstacles along the way.
Comet: Arrival, Show, and farewell
The once-in-a-lifetime expectation and approach, spectacular and beautiful show, and eternal farewell. The video footage is set to music Run time 03:44.
Snowball Fight in the Solar System
The Chandra X-Ray telescope is described along with the way it works. It offers ideas for how we can use the brightness of comets to make new discoveries.
Symbols of Europe
A thematic video featuring the main symbols of the European Union. The main symbols shown are the anthem, flag and motto .
50 Years of History in the European Union
This video tells about the creation and beginnings of the European Union. It highlights the last 50 years in the European Union including: decolonization, the Cold War, and the succession of Ireland and Denmark. (07:51)
Past 50 Years of the European Union
A pictoral timeline of 50 year of history in the European Union. The 50 years of history of European Union is show in 5 minutes in this clip.
School Year Review - Months of the Year Song
This video is a song describing each month during the school year. Each month is accompanied by a relevant picture and the song tells about what happened each month. The chorus of the song mentions the four seasons. This song was used as an end of the year song for a classroom, so the items are somewhat school specific. (1:54)
2-D and 3-D Shapes in the Real World
Learn about shapes using real world examples. This video takes the learner on a tour of real world examples of 2D and 3D shapes.
No part of Ireland completely escaped the impact of the glaciers of the Ice Age. The glaciers transformed the contours of the island and left behind a landscape of craggy mountains, steep gorges, and vast networks of inland waterways. In this video segment from Nature, viewers learn about this part of Ireland's geological past. (01:13)
Antarctic Ice Movement
With more than 29 million cubic kilometers (7 million cubic miles) of ice and snow, the Antarctic Ice Sheet is so massive that its weight depresses the underlying crust by 900 meters (nearly 3,000 feet). New snow that collects on the ice sheet's surface causes the ice beneath it to spread out and move along the slope of the land. In this video segment adapted from NOVA, a team of glaciologists carves into one glacier on the East Sheet to monitor the nature and speed of its movement. Closed capti
Forming the Burren in Ireland
The weight and movement of glaciers of the Ice Age has shaped about one-third of the Earth's landmass. Glacial movement formed rolling hills, carved out valleys and created a rich variety of landforms. The Burren in Ireland is one of the finest examples of landscape shaped by glaciation. Learn more about the Burren in this brief video segment from Nature. Run time 0:40.
Learn About Glaciers
Learn about the three biggest areas with glaciers and learn about glacier sports. (07:12)
Investigating Greenland's Melting Glaciers
Scientists supported by environmental organisation Greenpeace find evidence that Greenland's glacier are melting faster than expected because of the influx of subtropic waters to the Arctic. (02:56)
Hubble Space Telescope - Chapter 9, Pt.1
These are a series of videos produced by the ESA for public distribution about the Hubble Space Telescope. This video is copyright-free material with some restrictions. This documentary is suitable for older elementary, middle school, and high school students. (6:48)
Cell Division In Lung Cells
Uses contrast microscopy to visual the process of cell division. Images in black and white with labeling and narration of what is occurring at each step. Grades 7-12. 58 sec.
The Stages of Mitosis
This is a computer-animated clip from Stages of Mitosis, a promotional piece, which begins with a fly-through of cells preparing to undergo mitosis (cell division).
Upon entering a cell we are introduced to various organelles of the inner cell and the key events involved in mitosis.
For an organism to grow, rebuild tissues, and reproduce, cells must divide. Every division requires replicating and then evenly dividing the cell's massive jumble of DNA. This video segment, adapted from the Interactive Secret of Life videodisc, follows the stages of mitosis, the systematic process that ensures that daughter cells formed when plant and animal cells divide get equal shares of DNA. Closed captioning included. (01:34)
Part 5 - Books, Writing and Creativity
Encouraging children to be creative and helping them enjoy books and writing. The author discusses various types of construction of books. He shows different paper folding techniques that can be used to make books. Part 5 of 6, by Australian author Peter E. Taylor. More information can be found at: www.writing-for-children.com