The film was created by the USGS Multi-Hazards Demonstration Project in cooperation with the Designmatters program at Art Center to depict the physical, social, and economic consequences of the most comprehensive earthquake scenario ever created. The film gives the viewers a sense of what will be happening and inspires them to prepare and mitigate for a faster recovery. Professional video.
Super Absorbent Polymers
Students develop a video project in Chemistry class to demonstrate how science ideas can be very helpful in our society. The video is a student-made project is about super absorbent polymers. It focuses on the example of the disposable diaper, gives a brief history of the invention of the diaper, and provides an explanation of how it connects to polymers. Some audio is poor. Run time 03:57.
Using only vinegar and a few simple materials it is possible to construct a working battery. This video explains how to construct, and use, a battery like this to power a calculator. A good science project as part of an introductory electricity course. This project can be used as a science fair project.
The High School Physics Project: Generating electric energy. Lenses Law makes it difficult to actually generate electricity.
A Montgomery Blair HS student explores the cool science of SOUND. This is a high quality, interesting student-made project explaining how pitch works. Run time 01:27.
How to Make Flubber or Slime
Making flubber or slime is a fun project that involves mixing diluted Elmer's glue with a bit of dissolved borax to cross-link the molecules, creating a solid-like consistency from two liquids. Create a gooey substance at home with a demonstration from a science teacher in this video. Run time 02:35.
21eTeacher: Elaborate video
A video about the fourth E in Nortel LearniT's 6ES lesson plan model. In this section of the lesson plan the students are expected to work directly on the given assignment. It is their opportunity to demonstrate their application of new information and to present their findings or conclusions to others. It is a good time for submitting materials for evaluation, doing presentations and completing the project or assignment. Run time 01:35.
"Nothing Gold Can Stay" Poem by Robert Frost
This slideshow from an imagism Poetry Project illustrates the poem "Nothing Gold Can Stay," with photos of nature and the lines from the poem. It is not narrated; you read each line of the poem as it is very quickly displayed on the screen, to a pensive, then sorrowful piano accompaniment. (1:38)
Who is Sappho?
This video clip is a World Lit project. Students surveyed dozens of librarians, professors, and random people asking who Sappho is only to discover that most do not know who Sappho is. Sappho was an incredibly influential force who reshaped the face of poetry.
Interaction Between Earth's Core and the Magnetic Field
Part I in the discussion What is the interaction between Earth's core and the magnetic field? Therese Moretto Jorgensen – National Science Foundation reports involvement in a satellite project studying the magnetic field around the Earth and it’s relationship with the Sun. Specifically studying how this affects the aurora. Run time 03:38.
Journey to the Center of a Virus
This cartoon animation explains the four different parts of the virus (service proteins, capsid, DNA/RNA, and membrane envelope) using the analogy of a present. The video appears to be a high school project. 2:25 min.
Phases of the Moon, a Kids Funky Song
Part of our 2009 Science Fair project. Burningtree Elementary. Music by Higher Education, Astronomy CD. Video is a rap that discusses the phases of the moon.
2.2 Reading techniques: skimming You might want to find information about the effectiveness of the child curfew scheme in Hamilton but be less interested in some of the other issues that are raised in The Scotsman piece. One way of extracting this kind of specific information is to skim the article for key words – such as ‘research’ – and statistics which may give you evidence of the effectiveness or otherwise of the scheme. This method is also especially useful when you are searching for something partic
You might want to find information about the effectiveness of the child curfew scheme in Hamilton but be less interested in some of the other issues that are raised in The Scotsman piece. One way of extracting this kind of specific information is to skim the article for key words – such as ‘research’ – and statistics which may give you evidence of the effectiveness or otherwise of the scheme. This method is also especially useful when you are searching for something partic
Pictures of Animal Adaptations
This video is a third grade a class project. A slide show provides pictures of various animals as the students read facts (adaptations) about each animal shown. Some students are easier to hear/understand than others. Photos and explanations are informative and covers several adaptations. Run time 3:00.
Animal Adaptation Project
This is a third grade class project about animal adaptations. Many wonderful pictures are shown of animals as the students read facts (adaptations) about each picture shown. Some students are easier to understand and hear than others. Run time 02:38.
Room on the Broom
Book written by Julia Donaldson, narrating done by Becky Woolls. This was a project done by college students. In this lightweight, witty story, helpful animals find "room on the broom" of a generous witch. At first, a striped cat accompanies the cheerful sorceress: "How the cat purred/ and how the witch grinned,/ As they sat on their broomstick/ and flew through the wind." Next, a spotted dog retrieves the witch's flyaway black hat and asks to come aboard. The three riders soon welcome a gree
The Power of Acknowledgement - Make a Difference
This video is about a project started by a teacher with her high school students. After telling them why each of them had made a difference that year for her and for the class, she asked them to choose a person in the community who they could acknowledge. They had to go talk to that person saying "Who you are makes a difference". They had to acknowledge their work. The video shows how this project ended up helping a teenager and his father to get closer. It explains the importance of acknowledgi
Public Speaking Tip for Kids - Opening Your Mouth when speaking This video explains why people need to open their mouths when they speak. When you do not open your mouth you mumbling and people cannot hear the speaker. The more you open your mouth, the more you can project your voice and the more effortless speaking becomes. Stretching your mouth before your speak will help to relax your mouth so you can open your mouth properly for good speaking. Public speaking is a great activity for ki
This video explains why people need to open their mouths when they speak. When you do not open your mouth you mumbling and people cannot hear the speaker. The more you open your mouth, the more you can project your voice and the more effortless speaking becomes. Stretching your mouth before your speak will help to relax your mouth so you can open your mouth properly for good speaking. Public speaking is a great activity for ki
The Rainbow Fish
This project was designed to bring storytelling and music together. It was done by students to bring the popular book "The Rainbow Fish" to life through narration and writing original music to accompany the story.
The Impact of mobile learning
Phase one of MoLeNET (2007/08) involved 75 colleges and 18 schools, approximately 10,000 learners and 2,000 staff, in 32mobile learning projects. The Learning and Skills Council provided funding for h...