Gulf and Caribbean Wildlife
"The mix of moonlight, tide, and temperature triggers an extraordinary explosion of life in these waters. When the conditions are just right, divers can witness the reproduction of corals, snappers, yellowhead jawfish, and nurse sharks." (03:55)
This film shows footage of the nature and the vastness of the Northernmost region. The film depicts the balance of nature and survival with breath taking scenery and shows the Inuit who inhabit the Arctic to this day.
In this short animated video, the viewer will learn that a nuclear reactor produces heat from nuclear fission. (01:18)
The medium disturbances of nature. With an analysis of simple harmonic motion and a stroke of genius, Newton extended mechanics to the propagation of sound.
Antartic Food Web
This interactive game adapted from the Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences challenges players to build a food web, a complex model that shows how various food chains in an ecosystem are connected. Players must position the names of producers and consumers in the correct places in a diagram. The completed diagram reveals how energy flows through an Antarctic ecosystem and the relationships between predators and prey.
Learn the Skeleton by Singing!
Learn the 13 main bones in the body and in order. This song is by Dr. Jean from her CD called "Kiss your Brain." Suitable for elementary students and up. First the instructor sings, then the students sing, as each bone is highlighted in green in the video.
Bone Structure | Biology | Anatomy
This video concerns the structure of human bones. The video is clear and easy to understand. (04:15)
The Wicked Raven
This animated tale tells the story of a wicked raven who steals his food and of a good pigeon who know that what they are doing is wrong. In the end the pigeon learns that being with wicked friends made him wicked too.
Norse Mythology: The Apples of Idunn, Part 1 of 3 The Apples of Idunn, part 1 of 3. The Gods of Asgard owed their continued immortality to the Goddess of Idunn, who cultivated the orchard of the golden apples of eternal life. This is the story of how Idunn and the gold apples were once stolen from Asgard and what the consequences were. Still images of classic and contemporary illustrations and photographs are shown while narration is heard. Video is of good quality and app
The Apples of Idunn, part 1 of 3. The Gods of Asgard owed their continued immortality to the Goddess of Idunn, who cultivated the orchard of the golden apples of eternal life. This is the story of how Idunn and the gold apples were once stolen from Asgard and what the consequences were. Still images of classic and contemporary illustrations and photographs are shown while narration is heard. Video is of good quality and app
Norse Mythology Part 2
This is a video series on Norse Mythology. Mythology expert talks about
the gods in Norse Mythology. Good quality video.
Norse Mythology Part 3
This is a video series of lectures on Norse Mythology. Mythology expert talks about story of the gods. Good quality video.
"The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" Poem by T.S. Eliot
A skilled reading of the dramatic monologue, "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufock," by British actor Gottfried Geist. This is a great example of good poetry reading. The video primarily shows the head talking. Occassionally there are shots of his profile holding the book and gesturing with his hands. His facial expressions add to the interpretation. (5:02)
Daisy Zamora reads "Mother's Day"
Filmed at the Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Festival, this video features Daisy Zamora reading her poem Mother's Day. The video is narrated by Garrison Keillor.
Weather & Meteorology : What Is Humidity?
Humidity is a measure of moisture in the air, specifically that of water vapor, which is water in its gaseous state. Find out how to measure absolute humidity and how to determine the ratio of dry air to water vapor with help from a meteorologist. Video is short and good quality and is appropriate for elementary level students of grades three through five.
Weather or Not - Climate
The Weather or Not video series uses weather forecasting and the science of meteorology as a context for learning. This "Climate" episode zooms into space to investigate the relationship between the sun and the earth. You will also learn about the earth's axis tilt, spin and rotation to discover how these affect climate and the seasons. Timing is off between audio and visual. Run timje 08:46.
Learn French - French Numbers 30-40
A frog recites the numbers 30 to 40 in French, while giving the viewer enough time to repeat the numbers. Suitable for all new learners to French. (from imagiers.net)
This video is one of MEET ME AT THE CORNER's virtual field trips. A group of young girl inventors from San Diego enter FIRST Robotic competition. The girls answer various questions in this video interview. Run time 04:15.
Video uses hand drawn diagrams to identify and discuss the structure and physiology of the upper arm. Very thorough. Good review for a test. Music in background is a little distracting, and video is a little pixelated. Grades 9-12. 4:50 min.
Lessons From the Dover Trial - Part IV
Part 4 from Dr. Ken Miller's "God, Darwin, and Design- Lessons from the Dover Monkey Trial" lecture at U of Texas- Austin. Dr. Miller uses news clippings and humor to explain how recent discoveries of transitional species support the theory of evolution. Inset video of Dr. Miller giving the lecture with his powerpoint presentation in the background. 5:21 min.
Ask the Expert: Meteors
Ask the Astrophysicist, Neil deGrasse Tyson, goes to the park to see if anyone has any questions. A boy in the park asks, “How fast does meteorite moves in space?” He explains that meteor moves through space and if you find it on the ground then it is a meteorite. Sometimes the speed is 10-15 miles per second. He then shows the children friction and explains how the atmosphere protects us from meteorites.