What Makes Great Teachers?
This video contains a segment which aired on ABC News. The segment shows clips of effective teachers and identifies three characteristics of great teachers. Great teachers set high goals, are not afraid to change lesson plans, and make sure that every student is keeping up. ( 3:22)
Tiny, Portable, Pre-Fab Cube Shelters in Medieval French Town
They're just 3 meters (9.8 feet) by 3 meters and just about as high. They'd make great tiny homes, but these portable cube prefabs- they can be moved on a flatbed (in 2 parts) and dropped anywhere with a forklift- are being used across France as rural hotels. It's less than 100 square feet, but it sleeps four (platform and sofa beds) and includes a kitchen with stove, sink and refrigerator, sitting area, a bathroom, a shower, plus storage and shelving. (04:31)
Interactive Math Story about Money--Counting Coins
In this video students will be introduced to counting coins in an interactive story format with cute farm animals. The story pauses for students to count the coins displayed on the screen. Then the answered is said verbally and in written format. This is a great resource to introduce and/or to review coins in the elementary classroom. (1:57)
Dollars For Scholars 5k Hustle - 2012
http://www.youtube.com/user/StPetersburgCollege Dollars For Scholars 5k Hustle - 2012 About St. Petersburg College: In 1927, St. Petersburg College (then known as St. Petersburg Junior College) became Florida's first private, non-profit, two-year school of higher learning located in downtown St. Petersburg. Full accreditation followed in 1931 and in 1948 SPC became a public college. In June 2001, SPJC officially became St. Petersburg College when Florida's governor signed legislation making i
1930's Carnegie College students athletic training
Students from Carnegie College, now part of Leeds Metropolitan University train at Headingley Campus in the 1930's.
Shakespeare's Sonnets: Two loves I have of comfort & despair - Nicholas Fogg
Writer and journalist Nicholas Fogg, sheds light on the historical conundrums of Shakespeare's sonnets. The sonnets represent one of the great literary enigmas and have given rise to endless speculation and debate.
Tips & Strategies for Effective Differentiation & Instruction
This video will help teachers with differentiation of instruction to provide an effective, engaging, learning environment by creating a culture of student success and meeting the needs of all the students. The video contains a slide show which provides methods for presenting lessons and tips for classroom management. ( 8:39)
Seven Spot Ladybird Walking Along Vegetation (Ladybugs)
This short video gives excellent real life footage of a Seven Spot Ladybird (Ladybug) walking along vegetation. Students will enjoy the close up views of this amazing insect as it interacts in its natural environment. Ladybirds are perhaps the most well-known and popular of all beetles. This rounded beetle has bright red wing cases with 7 black spots, although some individuals may have more or fewer spots. This is a great resource to help build background knowledge and to help make real wor
Franklin D. Roosevelt's First Fireside Chat
In this video clip, listen to President Roosevelt’s fireside chats. The fireside chats were a series of thirty evening radio addresses given by United States President Franklin D. Roosevelt between the years of 1933 and 1944 during the Great Depression. (1:26)
Busy as a Bee!
Come along as Chris and Martin learn firsthand that despite their small size, the African Honey bee has a big sting and is one of the toughest animals in Africa! Viewers learn that the bees love flowers because they can get nectar from them, and that they only sting when they are protecting themselves or their hive! (1:27)
How to Make a Flower with a Detergent Bottle
In this 3:00 episode, we show you how to make a flower with a dish detergent bottle. This video would be great for a lesson on recycled art and recycled crafts.
For more information about this tutorial visit : http://www.simplekidscrafts.com
Built for Speed
In this live action segment Chris and Martin cozy up to Chico the cheetah cub and discover just what makes the cheetah built for speed. Even as a cub, Chico is already faster than any human and a grown cheetah can reach speeds of up to 70 mph, making it the fastest land animal. Watch as Chris and Martin explain what it is about a cheetah's eating habits and anatomy that enables this incredible speed! (1:40)
Dividing Polynomials - Problem 1 of 3
This video is a continuation and presents an example that demonstrates how to use long division to divide a polynomial by another polynomial. (3:36)
Dividing Polynomials - Problem 2 of 3
This video is a continuation and presents another example that demonstrates how to use long division to divide polynomials. (2:34)
Barney--"The Airplane Song"
Students will enjoy this classic Barney song "The Airplane Song". Barney and friends sing and imagine what it is like to fly in an airplane. This is a great resource to use in the early childhood classroom in conjunction with nonfiction texts on transportation. (1:46)
In this video segment, adapted from NOVA scienceNOW, learn about the natural sound phenomenon of booming sand dunes. There are about 30 locations on Earth where sand dunes produce a low, rumbling tone. Researchers have found a few key factors that booming sand dunes have in common, including sand grains that are round and uniform in size, as well as layers of sand with different water content. Under the right conditions, loose sand will avalanche, transforming potential energy into kinetic
I learn best when... pt 4 (final)
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Hottel Lecture - Sunlight-driven hydrogen formation by membrane-supported photoelectrochemical water Nathan S. Lewis Recorded on 4/13/12
Division of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
California Institute of Technology and
Beckman Institute and Kavli Nanoscience Institute
Nathan S. Lewis
Recorded on 4/13/12