Aquatic Ape 4 - BBC Documentary
This excellent documentary gives pros and cons of the so-called aquatic ape theory. Executive producer Moira Mann, narrated by Andrew Sachs. This documentary is suitable for high school students. Run time 09:59.
Aquatic Ape 5 - BBC Documentary
This excellent documentary gives pros and cons of the so-called aquatic ape theory. Executive producer Moira Mann, narrated by Andrew Sachs. This documentary is suitable for high school students. Run time 10:17.
The Aztec Massacre - Part 5 of 5
This video is the last part of the historical documentary focusing on the Aztec Empire. There are descriptions of the way the bodies of the human sacrifices were treated and what the bones were used for. Puts out the theory that humans were cooked and eaten as well as sacrificed.(6:00)
Why study the polar regions?
Why study the polar regions? Hugh Chivers – La Jolla Sciences. He invented a machine to measure the galactic radio noise that comes from our galaxy. The galaxy operates as a fixed radio signal transmitter in space. We are at the poles because the magnetic field of the Earth guides those particles coming from the Sun to the poles of the earth. Run time 02:39.
An Astronomer’s Window on the Birth of the Universe
Prof. Dobbs outlines the field of cosmology - the quest to understand the birth, evolution, and fate of the universe as a whole.
Island Universes: The Nature and Origin of Galaxies
Prof. Webb describes the basic characteristics of galaxies, outline the methods we use to study them, and highlights some of the main results and open questions in the field of galaxy formation and evolution.
Evolution Ep1: Darwin's Dangerous Idea (1/11)
Interweaving key moments of drama in Darwin's life with current research, "Darwin's Dangerous Idea" explores why his theory of evolution might matter even more today than it did in his own time. This documentary is suitable for high school grades. Run time 10:38.
San Francisco Cable Cars
Join Emily for a virtual field trip to The City By the Bay. Meet "The-
Cable Car Guy." Learn about the history of cable cars and how they
work.(Professional video that has history as well as present-day materials.)
Socialization & Homeschooling
Socialization & Homeschooling. Part of the series: Homeschooling Advice. Homeschooling can offer many socialization opportunities for both child and parent through homeschool support groups, Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts and organized field trips. Provide socializing...
So you want to be an architect - Part 3-What does an architect learn?
So you want to be an Architect is a seven part series about the profession of the architect. This is part 3, What does an Architect learn? A great tool for learning about the field of architecture.
What Does an Architect Use?
So you want to be an architect, Part 4. What does an architect use? This is a great introduction to the tools that an architect uses. Anyone interested in learning about the field of architecture should view this video.
So you want to be an architect - Part 7
This is Part 7, and the final episode of So you Want to be an Architect. Architecture like many things is about many things and in this final part, an architect speaks to you about all of the different things that you may need to do to enter the field of architecture. (3:45)
Why Is Carbon Important to Living Systems?
Carbon is important to living systems in that it is found in every
form of life, and it can form long chains of molecules that perform a
variety of functions. Discover carbon's importance in the formation of
DNA and RNA with help from a science teacher and field biologist in this video.
MALCOLM X: THE HOUSE NEGRO AND THE FIELD NEGRO
In this video Malcolm X is giving a speech explaining the difference that he sees between the "house negro" and the "field negro". Malcolm X is an amazing speaker, and this video showcases his talents.
Virtual Field Trip to The Money Museum
Join Amanda for a virtual field trip to the Money Museum in Colorado Springs, Colorado and learn about coin collecting and the new Lincoln penny. In 2009, the United States Mint will mint and issue four
different one-cent coins in recognition of the bicentennial ( 200
years) of President Abraham Lincoln's birth and the 100th anniversary
of the first issuance of the Lincoln cent. Produced by Nick Jr. as part of its virtual field trip series, Meet Me at the Corner. Extended lear
The experiment demonstrated in this ZOOMSci video segment--wearing an old sock through a grassy or weedy field, planting the sock, and watching what grows--will not only give young scientists a better idea of the kinds of plants growing in their area, but will also help them begin to think about the evolutionary strategies of plants. Closed captioning included. Run time 03:00.
This video is a virtual field trip to Plymouth Plantation. Images are shown with music in the background and items are occasionally labeled with text. (Amateur video with slides and music but no narration)
Who Killed Martin Luther King, Jr.? Part 3
This is Part 3 of a documentary about the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. by Michel Parbot. Suitable for middle school students and older. A continuation of the conspiracy theory. (amateur-ish video that does get across a great amount of information across to the viewer.)
Who Killed Martin Luther King, Jr.? Part 4
This is Part 4 of a documentary about the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. by Michel Parbot. Suitable for middle school students and older. Interviews with former FBI agents and Ray himself continue the conspiracy theory. (Amateur-ish video that still gets across information to the viewer.
Who Killed Martin Luther King, Jr.? Part 5
This is Part 5 of a documentary about the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. by Michel Parbot. Suitable for middle school students and older. Former FBI agent and Ray himself are interviewed and perpetuate a conspiracy theory. (Amateur-ish video that still gets across much information to the viewer.)