Organic farm school.
An introduction to organic farm schools, where students can learn how to grow organic plants, raise animals, cook and use rural crafts.
Planting winter vegetables.
A gardener shows how to plant and describes how to grow winter vegetables in a small urban vegetables garden.
Composting in India.
An educational video that shows step by step the compost preparation in India. Furthermore explains how to use compost in the cultivations.
The video shows how to construct a portable greenhouse. This greenhouse is an urban farming solution for cultivating vegetables and herbal plants.
Reagan on Vietnam 1964
In this video clip, listen to Reagan’s speech on Vietnam. He addresses the American public stating that peace cannot be maintained while our soldiers are out dying for our country in Vietnam. (1:45)
Rules of Exponents
This video is about exponents. It tells us about how and what the rules effect and cause when a number has an exponent. Exponent in other words is "# to the power of ..." Power of any number. This five minute video goes slowly, but the teacher needs to have examples and a handout to help reinforce these examples
Nixon: "I am Not a Crook"
On November 17, 1973, President Nixon gave a nationally televised and broadcast press conference in which he denied his involvement in the Watergate cover-up and stated that he had never profited from his public service. (1:28)
Concise Signal Models: Approximation
This collection reviews fundamental concepts underlying the use of concise models for signal processing. Topics are presented from a geometric perspective and include low-dimensional linear, sparse, and manifold-based signal models, approximation, compression, dimensionality reduction, and Compressed Sensing.
Gerald Ford's Children Remember
Watch this clip of Tom Brokaw as he interviews the sons and daughters of former U.S. Presidents and Vice Presidents. Listen as they share stories about their memories of the first time in the White House. (1:27)
Montessori Math-Numerals and Quantities
Students will have the opportunity to see numerals matched with objects in this informative Montessori video. Students can first count dots as they line up with their corresponding number and then watch the numbers as a set line up with their numeral. This is a great resource for the early childhood classroom. (3:40)
Montessori Math-Making Ten and Tens (10-100)
In this informative Montessori Math video, students will first have the opportunity to see numbers 1-10 matched up with dots (to make a ten). Students then will see groups of ten lined up with their corresponding number from 10-100. This is a great resource for the elementary classroom to help with mastery of this important skill. No audio. (6:04)
Walk W/Beasts SIOP
Gerald Ford on Economic Woes
After finding little support in Congress on his proposed budget-reducing actions, President Gerald Ford stresses the necessity of his plan in a news conference held December 2, 1974, which was broadcast live on television and radio. (3:46)
RNAi Explained (Interactive)
This interactive activity from NOVA scienceNOW illustrates the function of RNA interference (RNAi), a mechanism by which cells interrupt the process of protein synthesis. By effectively silencing genes, RNAi helps to fight infections. Scientists hope that one day they will be able to use this powerful mechanism in the treatment of a wide variety of genetic diseases.
*Not all will agree with the introduction (dealing with evolution), but the active video and metaphor link (putting
Reroofing Your Uncle's House (Interactive)
In this interactive activity adapted from the Wisconsin Online Resource Center, use mathematics and measuring skills to solve a construction problem. Play a game using tools (including a tape measure, notepad, and calculator) to determine how many shingles are needed to reroof a house. Learn about the importance of proper planning and how miscalculating the amount of materials needed can add to the cost and time spent on a project.
Common Hour: Robert Reich 10/25/02
Robert B. Reich is university professor and the Maurice B. Hexter Professor of Social and Economic Policy at Brandeis University and its Heller Graduate School. Before joining the Brandeis faculty, Reich served as the nation’s 22nd Secretary of Labor during President Bill Clinton’s first term. Prior to joining Clinton’s cabinet, Reich was on the faculty at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, and served as an assistant to the Solicitor General in the Ford Administra
Live from Rochester, your hosts Melissa Greco Lopes and Anthony Plonczynski interview students, staff and parents, leading viewers through the most special day in a Rochester student's academic career.
Imagine Tomorrow 2012
The Imagine Tomorrow competition at Washington State University unites educators, scholars, and industry leaders to teach students of all backgrounds how to translate ideas into results. At the outset, the competition asks teams of Washington 9th through 12th graders to address a topic—this year, energy sustainability—by answering any of four challenges: biofuels, technology, behavior, or design. With these challenges, we aim to invite collaboration among leaders of today and tomorrow, ena