This video is a high school physics project that includes clear audio explanations about electromagnets and electro magnetic energy. This applies to generators, electromagnets, solenoids, and speakers. The video gives you a very specific examples: how a stereo speaker works, a magnetic toy, . Run time 8:08.
Imaging: Irfanview - Collage Project
Video: Imaging: Irfanview - Collage Project Episode 25 (of a 25-part series) This Nortel LearniT tutorial offers a collage project to further familiarize students with Irfanview.
World War I Vet Interview
Frank Buckles enlisted at age 15 to fight in World War I and at age 107 is one of the last living heroes of that conflict. He was honored in a ceremony in Arlington, Va. Kimberly. What is most interesting is his clear recollection of the incidents in World War One and the fact he survived that war and his capture in World War Two by never letting anyone tell you what to do. This video is best used as an example for students to use when they go out to do interveiws about history as a project.
DaVinci Remote Controlled Armored Car
Teacher discusses with students the origin of the DaVinci remote control car, the construction, and the programming involved. Would make a good introduction to a project on remote control cars. 5:09 min.
In this image-filled talk, Yann Arthus-Bertrand displays his three most recent projects on humanity and our habitat -- stunning aerial photographs in his series "The Earth From Above," personal interviews from around the globe featured in his web project "6 billion Others," and his soon-to-be-released movie, "Home," which documents human impact on the environment through breathtaking video.
With photography, Yann Arthus-Bertrand has captured the beauty of the Earth. Through video an
Auroras Through Dance
Maida Withers, professor of theatre and dance at George Washington University, presents Dance of the Auroras - Fire in the Sky, a poetic voyage through space from the Sun to Earth. Showcasing a performance of artistic modernity, the performance uses dance, music and cyber art to recreate the mystic luminaries of auroras. This international project reclaims the connections between science and art, technology and the natural world, drawing the audience into a ritual both ancient and new. 28:57 min
SR P4 Klartext 2010-11-08 18:00
Klartext handlar i dag om att polisen i Malmö har tagit fast en man som är misstänkt för att ha skjutit människor i staden. Vi berättar också om att USA kan ha övervakat människor i Sverige på ett olagligt sätt. Du får höra mer när du lyssnar på programmet.
The Possessive Pronoun Song
This is a song about the possessive pronouns. It was made by second year teacher education students as an English project. The song is sung with a music and text background of the song text. Ours, yours, theirs, mine, yours, his, her, theirs are the pronouns in the song.
How to Knit for Beginners : How to Bind Off Or Cast Off
You are ready to finish your knitting project. You have to bind off you project. This video will teach you how to bind off or cast off. English captions.(2:00)
How to Knit - The Basics
This video will show you the basics of knitting. Follow along and see how easy it is to actually do! With this video you will learn how to Cast On, knit rows, and Bind off to complete a simple project. The entire video is set to music, there is no voice, only words on the screen and terrific video to show the process.
Fun Science Projects for Children : Ingredients for Film Canister Rockets
Making rockets in real life is easy; find out what ingredients and materials are needed to make a film canister rocket in this free video from science expert Karen Weisman. This is a fun project, and instructions are shown clearly in this video.
A Look Into the Past - Thomas Edison
Details various parts of Thomas Edison's life including the creation of the first lightbulb. Great descriptions and pictures. THis appears to be a student-made project. Run time 04:11.
Galileo: The Renaissance Man
This is a very general take on the biography of Galileo. It is an easy to follow retelling of some of the major events in the life of Galileo. This appears to be a student-made project, but quality is fairly good for a student project. Run time 06:16.
The Cell Dance
High quality student made project uses computer animation and music to show a large range of different cell types spanning many different areas of life science; from neurones to neutrophils, liver cells and islets, T cells and skin cells, whole maggots and drosophila embryos. They all dance to music from The Nutcracker. Run time 02:05.
History, culture, facts about Germany. Also a short lesson on basic German words. This video is a student's geography project. A live concert in Germany at the end of the video. (Amateur video)
The Shawnee Tribe
This well-done slide show features a project created by a third-grade class. They developed a presentation on Native Americans.(Amateur video of slides and text written by 3rd grade students)
Magic School Bus Gets Ants in Its Pants
What project can Ms. Frizzle's class do for the Science Fair? How about a movie about an ant colony? Keesha is the director in search of a star for the show. When the class shrinks and travels through an anthill, she finds ants doing different tasks. But no one ant seems right for the starring role. By the end of the field trip, the kids discover that ants communicate and work together to help one another live. All the ants are stars! Students will learn the following information in this episode
Renaissance - Birth of a Dynasty, Part 2
During the early years of the Medici dynasty, Florence has a domeless cathedral. Its original builders - alas! - had been too ambitious.
Growing up in the shadow of the unfinished cathedral, Cosimo de Medici wonders if his family could hire someone capable of finishing the project.
In the same city, a maverick architect with fresh ideas - Filippo Brunelleschi - is trying to make his way. Not worried about Filippo's temper, Cosimo and his father, Giovanni, back hi
Geography of Spain
This is a video of a 7th grade geography project on Spain. The video shows pictures of Spanish Landforms and other pictures of Spain. (Amateur video with slides, music and text but no narration)
In 2008, the USGS Multi-Hazards Demonstration Project (MHDP) brought together over 300 experts to create ShakeOut the most comprehensive earthquake scenario and massive storm possibilities. Basically, this is a wake-up call that shows students what might happen. However, it does not tell students how to prepare.