How to Make Paper Hats
Create paper hats with instructions from a former middle school art
teacher. Making paper hats is a fun project for kids when they play dress up. A teacher explains how to easily make a hat with a big sheet of paper and a few strategic folds.
Make Homemade Valentine's Cards
To make a homemade Valentine's card, fold a piece of construction paper in half, cut out a half-heart shape along the fold, and decorate the outside and inside using markers, glitter and paint.
How to Make Caramel Popcorn
A private chef explains how to make caramel popcorn. She gives instructions for covering popcorn in a caramel sauce that is made of a quarter cup of butter, a half a cup of brown sugar, 2 tablespoons of light corn syrup and a quarter teaspoon of salt. The caramel sauce is brought to a boil for five minutes before completing it.
Knife Technique For Vegetables
Chef Desireé shows kids good knife techniques for vegetabels and demonstrates several cuts with a potato in a kitchen. She shows the kids how to hold the knife to cut with some safety tips.
Islamic Month of Ramadan
Video about the ninth month of Ramadan, the month that the Q'uran was revealed to the Prophet Mohamed. Discusses fasting, hijab, and devotion in spite of location. Run time 02:02.
How to Grow Plum Trees
This clip explains how to grow plum tress in a sunny area with good drainage by purchasing a plum tree root stock that can begin growing right away. Trim plum trees back one third each year to keep them looking full and bushy.
Multiplying and Dividing Integers
Good video; shows an easy way of remembering same signs vs. different signs.
Crohns Disease Module 1: An Overview
In this module, you will hear stores from parents whose children are living with Crohns, how they were diagnosed, and how theyre making adjustments. It features advice from families who are living with the disease.
Crohns Disease Module 2: What is Crohns Disease?
Learn how the diagnosis is made. Questions addressed in this module include: Is there a cure? How common is Crohns? What medications or treatments are available? Is it serious? What kind of tests will be involved in the future? What happens now? Find out with this video.
Crohns Disease Module 4: Surgical Options
This module addresses reasons why surgery may be needed and what risks may be associated with it. (2:47)
Crohns Disease Module 5: Medical Follow-Up
Questions addressed in this module include: Why do we need follow-up appointments with clinicians? What kind of routine should we develop? Should we discuss vaccinations, flu shots, or screenings?
Crohns Disease Module 6: Nutrition
Questions addressed in this module include: How important is diet? How can we optimize nutritional intake? Are there foods we should avoid? What types of nutrient supplements should we discuss implementing into our diet?
The Busy World of Richard Scarry-Play it Safe - Brush Your Teeth
This video emphasizes the importance of brushing and flossing. The students will enjoy the characters and will enjoy listening to the catchy tune----"Brush your teeth and brush them well. This is how we do it. This is how it's done. Brushing teeth is fun!" (1:06)
How the Skeletal System Works
Bones come in all shapes in sizes. Learn information about your skeletal systems as well as the location of some of the major bones in your body with this short, animated video by Kids Health.
'Visual' French; In the City, #2 (Dans la Ville)
This very brief video features vocabulary words related to the city. The words are spoken in French, once, while the words appear at the bottom of the screen. Each word is accompanied by appropriate images. Suitable for all beginning learners of French.
Vector Calculus - What is Green's Theorem?
This lecture, by Dr. Chris Tisdell, discusses Green's theorem in the plane. Green's theorem not only gives a relationship between double integrals and line integrals, but it also gives a relationship between "curl" and "circulation".
In addition, Gauss' divergence theorem in the plane is also discussed, which gives the relationship between divergence and flux.
Plenty of examples are presented.
Southern Renaissance Unit 13
"My subject in fiction," Flannery O'Connor tells us, "is the action of
grace in the territory held largely by the devil." One might do well to
ask what, if not the devil, haunts the American South in this era
between the wars. This program uncovers the revisioning of Southern
myths during the modernist era by writers William Faulkner and Zora
The Arts in Every Classroom: Collaborating With a Cultural Resource
A fourth–grade teacher and a museum educator in New Orleans collaborate to develop a unit of study with ties to language arts, social studies, and visual art. Students explore the work of a well–known artist, visit an exhibition of his work, meet for a drawing lesson alongside the Mississippi River, and create poems and pictures that they proudly display to their parents.
Dealing With Controversial Issues
This program examines how social studies teachers in any grade level can encourage open and informed discussions with their students while dealing with controversial issues. Topics range from stereotypes and gender–based discrimination to the conflict in the Middle East. Through clearly identifying issues, listening to multiple perspectives, and formulating personal positions, teachers can explore a variety of
strategies that can be used to teach challenging issues such as these in thei
Are You Convinced?
Proof making is one of the key ideas in mathematics. Looking at
teachers and students grappling with the same probability problem, we see how two kinds of proof — proof by cases and proof by induction —naturally grow out of the need to justify and convince others.