Location and Endurance of Judaism
This video shows part of an interview to Dr Neusner who talks about historical background to Judaism. He refers to the moment when Judaism arrived to Babylonia onwards.
History of Judaism
This video shows another part of the interview to Dr. Neusner. He talks about the moral teachings and the way in which the history of Judaism is narrated
Tyrannosaurus Debt - Song
This is an animated song about National Debt. It explains what it is and talks about its origin. It enumerates the different events that made the debt grow. There is also reference to budget, interest and bonds.(Anti-U.S. debt)
Coraline - Neil Gaiman Interview
Novelist Neil Gaiman talks about his book, Coraline. He discusses why he wrote the book the inspiration behind his work.
African honeybees have reproduced in great number in the Amazon rain forest forming aggressive swarms that are blamed for nearly 1,00 deaths. This movie talks about these bees and how they have migrated to the U.S. Run time 03:38.
Helpful Ways to Teach Geometry
This video shows that visual aids such as pictures are helpful in teaching geometry. Dr. Stefan Forcey received his Ph.D. in mathematics from Virginia Tech University in 2004. He is currently teaching mathematics as an assistant professor at Tennessee State University.
How Does Math Apply in Cooking?
In cooking, math is applied frequently to convert different units
of measurement and adjust the ratio of a recipe. Avoid messing up a
recipe and cooking bad food by getting measurements right. A math professor explains how to make adjustments in recipes using ratios and why math is important to cooking.
Brush Your Teeth (Brush Them) Song
This video is a short, fun song about brushing teeth. It talks about brushing and flossing. The words to the song appear on the screen as they are sung.
If You're a Kid... (Dental Health Remix) Song
This catchy tune talks about various healthy dental habits including brushing, flossing, visiting the dentist, using fluoride, not smoking, drinking milk, eating fruits and vegetables, wearing a mouth guard, and gargling with mouthwash.
Teaching Method for Home Schooling Geography
An experienced teacher and home school authority talks about teaching methods for home schooling in this video clip. She talks about designing an education for home schooling in geography and what to do if you don't know how to teach everything.
High School Home School Geography
Learn about high school level home school geography from an experienced teacher and home school authority. To get high school level credit she recommends purchasing a geography textbook, continue notebooking and enroll child in community college. She talks about what high school level students should know about geography and what to teach them.
Early Childhood Home School Geography
A teacher and home school authority talks about early childhood home school geography. She tells how she teaches geometry to early elementary students and how to form relationships on the map to where they have been personally many other ways to develop geographical literacy.
Field Trips for Home School Geography
Learn how to go beyond the classroom for home school geography. A teacher and home school authority talks about how to weave geometry into family life.
Categories for Home School Geography
Learn about categories for home school geography from an experienced teacher and home school authority. She talks about standards and U.S. academic performance of public schools in geometry. visit www.ncge.org to futher explore geometry standards online. (1:55)
Line Integral - Proof of Green's Theorem, Part 1
The instructor talks a little too fast in this video, but is understandable. He uses a whiteboard to demonstrate a proof of a special case of Green's Theorem where the graph can be described in two ways.
Line Integrals - Proof of Green's Theorem (Part 2)
In this second installment, the instructor continues to talks a little too fast, but is understandable. He uses a whiteboard to demonstrate a proof of a special case of Green's Theorem where the graph can be described in two ways.
Learning As We Grow: Development and Learning -Session 2
This program examines the concept of readiness for learning and
illustrates how developmental pathways — including physical, cognitive, and linguistic — all play a part in students’ learning. Featured are a first-grade teacher, a seventh- and eighth-grade science teacher, and a senior physics teacher, with expert commentary from University of California at Santa Cruz professor Roland Tharp and Yale University professor James P. Comer.
Building on What We Know: Cognitive Processing -Session 3
This program covers how prior knowledge, expectations, context, and
practice affect processing and using information and making connections. Featured are a first-grade teacher, a ninth- and 10th-grade mathematics teacher, and a special education teacher, with expert commentary from Stanford University professor Roy Pea.
Different Kinds of Smarts:Multiple Intelligences-Session 4
This program delves into Harvard University professor Howard Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences, describing how people have learning skills that differ in significant ways. Featured are teachers who share a class of five- through eight-year-olds, including several mainstreamed special needs students, and a ninth- and 10th-grade social studies teacher, with expert commentary from Howard Gardner
Feelings Count: Emotions and Learning-Session 5
This program introduces ways to create an emotionally safe classroom to foster learning and to deal effectively with emotions and conflicts that can be obstacles. Featured are a fifth-grade teacher and an eighth-grade band teacher, with expert commentary from Daniel B. Goleman, author of the book Emotional Intelligence, and Yale University Professor James P. Comer.