The Cove Film: A Call To Action Against Dolphin Killings
A two minute video about the slaughter of dolphins in a small community in Japan. A review of the dramatic video, The Cove. A good introduction and a call to action for students since the entire movie might be too much for younger students. Teachers should emphasis that dolphins do eat fish and that they threaten the fishermen's income. A map of Japan would be good. A good start for a service learning project.
Semiotics: the study of signs
This is a short educational animated film; an introduction to the study of semiotics . The video appears to be a high quality, student-made project. Run time 03:26.
The History of the Personal Computer
Project for AP American History documenting the history of the personal computer. The PC has changed society forever. In 1936 the Z1 was created in Germany and did simple tasks.
Herodotus and Part 1
This is a school project about the history of Herodotus and the Battle of Thermapylae. The skit takes the viewer back in time to conduct an interview with Herodotus. (Amateur video)
Project for AP World History 2009 Music by Tool Video and Images Taken from: The Discovery Channel Howstuffworks.com History.com It discusses imperialism (mainly in Africa)and how it started.
The History of Print
A photo collage history of print, the printing press, and journalism. No narration. This was made for a project for UC Santa Cruz Performative Technologies.
This short, animated video is a biology group project where students were asked to make a commercial about an organelle in a plant cell. The chloroplast in this commercial is a restaurant called "Le Chloroplaste". The "chef" explains what ingredients he uses to make gluclose in the process of photosynthesis. Run time 01:04.
The Iliad - Book XVIII (Age of Mythology)
This is a video . ade for an English class project. It is Book 18 of The Iliad by Homer, recorded in Age of Mythology using CamStudio. Cepstral was used for the voices (and the roar is from Sinistar!).
A senior-year Darwin High School video production project that demonstrates a variety of camera techniques including shots, angles, framing, movement, focus, white balance, composition, lighting and other experiments, as well as editing effects including animation, blue/green screen, keying, colour adjusting, cloning, slow-motion, image effects, transitions and sound editing.
Edited with Adobe Premiere Pro.
Filmed on a Canon MV800i MiniDV Handycam
Central America and the Caribbean
This video is accompanied by text. "The Spanish-American War, the Panama Canal project, and the Roosevelt Corollary ensured extensive U.S. involvement in Latin America. Many Caribbean and Latin American countries seemed to be in a perpetual state of revolution and political upheaval. Due to its close geographic proximity, the U.S. felt compelled to get involved and exert influence in these conflicts. The significant financial investment that resulted from “dollar diplomacy” also required the
Example of a Student Made Lung
This is a cute, accurate example of a student's project of the Lung Function Model using plastic container, ballons, ballon tubings, plastic bag. See kiddyhub.com for specific instructions on how to make this model. Run time 0:31.
How DNA Copies Itself
This is a wonderful video about DNA. It is best for older students
For more visit shadowlabs.org<br /><br />From the PBS program "DNA The Secret of Life".
History of the Mac OS: Part 3
The beginning pictures were taken by Bill Atkinson as he worked on the graphical user interface for the Lisa and Macintosh brand of computers. Much of the Lisa project was ported to the Macintosh line, including the Mac graphics system known as Quickdraw.
The interview with Steve Jobs was done when he was still at NeXT and not apart of Apple.
Much of the accounts between Apple and Microsoft during the lawsuits was brought forth in the Microsoft anti-trust cases during t
This video is one of the Merit Award winners in the School Digital Media Awards 2009 (Singapore). It was inspired from Project Digital Citizenship, a Cyber Wellness Project by Mr Kwan Tuck Soon.
According to experts, cyber-bullying is becoming increasingly common all over the world and it is no different in Singapore, where over 70 percent of students have access to the internet at home.
Cyber-bullying is when someone repeatedly makes fun of another person onlin
Energy security: a picture of uncertainty
Uncertainty surrounds the security and sustainability of energy supplies in the UK
from 2015 onwards, with energy prices rising – in some cases – to uncomfortably high levels. “Gas would be a very important bridge to take us to the Elysian fields of a much cleaner energy scene of onshore and offshore wind, renewables, and an expectation of a very large chunk of nuclear,” says Alistair Buchanan, Chief Executive of Ofgem (the Office of the Gas and Electricity Markets), speaking at The
Visual Basic 2005
This is the most basic tutorial for Visual Basic 2005. It shows you how to create a project, add a form, add a button, and give the button the ability to display a message. Visual Basic was designed to be easily learned and used by beginner programmers. The language not only allows programmers to create simple GUI applications, but can also develop complex applications.
Come to My Window - Romeo and Juliet
Sims 2, Project for Honors English
Created by student for class project on Romeo and Juliet; nice example of student project that tells the R&J story well.
How to Fuse Plastic Bags into a Laptop Case
In this video, you will learn how to fuse those unwanted plastic bags from the grocery store into your very own laptop case or any other bag. Do your part and help the Earth Heros fight off the evil Plastic Bag Monster. Great craft idea for a lesson on recycling. The project requires an iron and sewing machine and will need parent supervision. Run time 06:29.
How to Make an Escher-esque Tessellation
Here's a quick tutorial on making a funky tessellation art project with just a pencil, protractor, and a sheet of construction paper. Run time 09:20.
Orion Progress - Spring 2010
NASA and contractor teams are designing, building and testing the next generation human spacecraft Orion. Progress on Orion is highlighted by employees working on the project, along with video of the successful flight test of the launch abort system, called Pad Abort 1, and the construction of a crew module that will be used in flight-like environment testing on the ground.