A rather dizzy Professor Bowley sacrifices his well-being in the name of science. Explains and shows momentum. Some of this video is for higher level students, but there are some experiments that are done that could be interesting to younger students. Video is of good quality and would be good for high school students. Run time 07:07.
An old momentum with a new twist. Kepler's second law of planetary motion, which is rooted here in a much deeper principle, imagined a line from the sun to a planet that sweeps out equal areas in equal times. Angular momentum is a twist on momentum -- the cross product of the radius vector and momentum. A force with twist is torque. When no torque acts on a system, the angular momentum
Copyright Law-Fair Use
Copyright has a teeny tiny bit of leeway when it comes to using materials in an educational setting. Learn how to use resources wisely and in a legal manner through this video. (Running Time 11:01)
"Columbus’s return from the New World created an abundance of activity throughout Europe. Old World monarchs dispatched explorers and small armies to the newly discovered continent to establish outposts, spread religious beliefs, and seek treasure. The advanced Indian civilizations of South and Central America were prime targets for invasion because of their abundance of gold and silver. As Spain and Portugal battled for legal rights to the New World, Pope Alexander VI, a Spaniard, mediate
Apple through Time
A quick history of the Apple Macintosh adventure starting from 2007 and going back in time to 1976. It begins showing the iMac, the 2006 iPod nano, 2006 Macbook, 2001 iPod, back to 1976. The video shows some commercial footage. (5:14)
Solving Literal Equations
Sometimes we need to use methods for solving literal equations to rearrange formulas when we want to find a particular parameter or variable. This video explains how solving literal equations is often useful in real life situations. For example, we can solve the formula for distance, d=rt, for r to produce an equation for rate. (1:50)
Learn English Through Song - Common Phrases
Learn common phrases from the lyrics of the song Kokomo by The Beach Boys. Learn English Through Song helps English Second Language (ESL) students study speaking, conversation, vocabulary, pronunciation, listening and grammar. More songs at www.learn-to-speak-english-esl.com
How to Use Skype
A tutorial that takes you through all the steps from downloading to using to conference call.
Adlai Stevenson and Evidence of Missles in Cuba
This is a b/w video of the speech to the U.N. concerning evidence of the missiles in Cuba during the Cuban Missile Crisis. Adlai Stevenson's speech to the U.N., the naval blockade, photos of the Cuban bases, and support from the OAS are included.
Multiples of Numbers
In this brief video, students learn that multiples of a number come from multiplying the given number by whole numbers. The video is suitable for third-grade students and up.
At the Restaurant
This is a slide show presenting vocabulary related to restaurants. The words are presented with images and they are read out. The presentation is done at quite fast speed and there is no repetition.
Intro to Addition & Subtraction
Lucinda The Great Math Magician introduces addition and subtraction using magic apples. The video uses computer animation. Run time 03:47.
Kids Science News Network-How Much Is Money Worth?
In this video Ted Tunes (skunk newscaster) and Barkley learn about basic values of coins. This is a good introduction for young learners and/or special education students (1:06)
How to Gather Sources for Essays
How to Gather Sources for Essays. Part of the series: How to Write an Essay. Learn how to gather sources for essays in this free educational video on writing essays.
Claron McFadden: Singing the Primal Mystery - Aria
"The human voice: mysterious, spontaneous, primal." With these words, soprano Claron McFadden invites us to explore the mysteries of breathing and singing, as she performs the challenging "Aria," by John Cage. (10:55)
The Berenstain Bears-The Talent Show-Part 1 of 2
These videos are a great teacher resource to help the beloved characters, The Berenstain Bears, come to life. In this video based on the book "The Talent Show" Brother Bear is asked by his teacher to find talent for the talent show. This is part one of two (5:10).
Penguin by Polly Dunbar
In this video, Ben opens a present. Inside is a penguin. Ben wants the penguin to talk but he doesn't. Ben tickles him, gives him his funniest face, puts on a hat and sings a silly song, and stands on his head. Ben does a variety of things to get penguin to talk. Ben tries to feed penguin to a blue lion. Lion ate Ben for being too noisy. Penguin bit Lion on the nose and Ben crawls out. Then Penguin said EVERYTHING. This is a fun teaching resource as it helps to bring literary characters to life
Place Value and Division Number Families
Students review place value and learn to read and write numbers that
correspond to values such as sixteen tens and seventeen hundreds. They also learn the relationship between multiplication and division by
identifying the two multiplication and two division facts in several
In this video segment, students learn how to do one-step
division problems and write the remainder in the solution. Then, they
learn how to divide a three-digit number by a one-digit number without remainders and discuss what to do when dividing by zero.
Solving Division Problems Using Coins
When working with coins, the value of each coin and the
total number of coins represent the small numbers in a number family and the big number is the total value of all of the coins. Students use
this knowledge to write number families for several word and coin