How to Hit a Jump in Snowboarding
Learn the basics of jumping and how to hit a jump in this 1:17 video. The video offers some good points, but the shortness of the video could make it necessary to watch several times.
Buckalope Elementary - Talented Song
Buckalope Elementary is a 12-episode Puppet Educational Series (K-4) that promotes social, emotional, and academic development, and gets kids excited about learning. (02:19)
The Lion King- In ASL
Student-Created Video- The Disney story of, The Lion King, is told in American Sign Language for an ASL 1 class project. No voice, text or illustrations are used in the story. (09:37)
THE LONG WALK Part 1: The Navajos
This six minute video is an overview of the battle with the American soldiers and the Navajos and the events that lead up to this confrontation are explained. A good overview and presents material not usually found in textbooks.
How To Shoot Three Pointers In Basketball
This 1:24 minute video has some quality issues, but offers a brief overview of how to take a three point shot. Too brief to help most students and does not show the proper way to hold the ball or how to aim or follow-through. Best used as an introduction.
Vitamin K: What it Does in the Body
This one minute video explains how the vitamin that stops you from bleeding to death. It does not tell you how much is needed,
Vitamin K helps clog blood, bone growth & repair, and can be stored in fat in the liver. Our body gets half of its vitamin K from the bacteria that grows in intestines and comes from eating leafy green food, such as spinach.
How To Read Aloud 'The Very Hungry Caterpillar'
In this video by Julie Fowlkes, the lead trainer from BMABF, reads The Very Hungry Caterpillar. The illustrations are not close enough to be used as a read-aloud in the classroom. However, it is a good resource for teachers on how to effectively implement read-alouds in the elementary classroom. (6:46)
Three Types of Volcanoes
A student centered 1:30 video that shows the three types of volcanoes and student made examples of these is shown.
The 1906 San Francisco Earthquake - A Narrated Slideshow
This is a brief, narrated slideshow about a well-known earthquake in U.S. history.
Nuclear Power - How it Works
This excellent seven-and-a-half mini-documentary shows through narration and computer animation how a nuclear generating station works.
Spoken Word Poetry by Sarah Kay
"If I should have a daughter, instead of Mom, she's gonna call me Point B ... " began spoken word poet Sarah Kay, in a talk that inspired two standing ovations at TED2011. She tells the story of her metamorphosis -- from a wide-eyed teenager soaking in verse at New York's Bowery Poetry Club to a teacher connecting kids with the power of self-expression through Project V.O.I.C.E. -- and gives two breathtaking performances of "B" and "Hiroshima."
A performing poet since she was 14 yea
Conditional Activities in Moodle 2.0
This video is an advanced look at the new "Conditional Locking" feature coming out in Moodle 2.0. (05:45)
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Paul Robeson Biography
Paul Robeson Biography - In this video, learn about Paul Robeson, one of the greatest talents of his generation.
Diabolo Tricks (Chinese YoYo) For Beginners
Eight Diabolo tricks are shown with good instructions. No narration. This is a good video to start students thinking about this type of hobby as it improves concentration, fine motor coordination and helps with risk taking.
Helicopter/Rover Innovation Project
This successful innovation project at the Johnson Space Center was born from some Orion engineers and then joined by engineers from other programs. The innovation teams creation can save funds and be used effectively for Orion and other NASA programs.
ISS Update - May 9, 2011
The International Space Station video update for May 9, 2011.
STS-134 Daily Mission Recap - Flight Day 2
A video recap of flight day 2 of the STS-134 mission of space shuttle Endeavour to the International Space Station.
Health@Google: Patricia Wells
Patricia Wells visits Google's San Francisco office to present her book "Salad as a Meal". This event took place on April 25, 2011, as part of the Health@Google series. Multiple James Beard Foundation Award winner Wells is here to say (with 150 recipes) that salads taste good, they're good for you, and they don't have to include lettuce. Given Wells's high profile and the book's useful focus, this can't miss wherever cookbooks are popular. With a 75,000-copy first printing; eight-city tour. Pa
Authors@Google: Ann Doyle
Anne Doyle interview women leaders from across the country to research Powering Up. She came to Google to talk about the unique generations of women leaders and how important it is for women to not only be high achievers, but leaders as well.