How to add a page jump
This video shows you how to lead your students to the page that you want them to open in your lesson.
Multirate Filtering: Introduction (Thai Version)
A sample-rate compressor removes (D-1) of every D input samples. A sample-rate expander inserts (U-1) zeros after every input sample.
Vocal activities on Bach Chorale
A list of suggested teacher directed activities of a vocal nature which take a group of students through a series of steps which develop a sense of tonality while at the same time introduces them to the final (and also the first) movement of the Bach Cantata.
TED ED - Pick of the week Each Week we will be rummaging through TED-ED for the best video lessons to share with your students. This weeks video is One or One: Or is it? One bag of apples, one apple, one slice of apple -- which of these is one unit? Explore the basic unit of math (explained by a trip to the grocery store!) and discover the many meanings of one.
Each Week we will be rummaging through TED-ED for the best video lessons to share with your students. This weeks video is One or One: Or is it?
One bag of apples, one apple, one slice of apple -- which of these is one unit? Explore the basic unit of math (explained by a trip to the grocery store!) and discover the many meanings of one.
Classroom Time Management--Trade and Grade
Charity Preston, veteran teacher and owner of organized classroom blog, shares how she uses the "Trade and Grade" system to cut down on the time it takes to grade. She passes out the collected test papers when everyone is finished and students use a crayon to grade papers. This is a quick and easy resource for the busy teacher. This gives students ownership and responsibility. (9:40)
Upper Beginner #11 - This is Your Captain, Pikachu Speaking
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! As a child in Japan, it would have been your dream to meet Santa Claus. Now that you’re a father, you love seeing your own child’s delight in Santa Claus and watching his imagination run wild at Christmas. But what if you’re on an airplane heading east from Japan on Christmas [...]
Verschillende soorten stemvolumes De leerlingen leren hun stemvolume aan te passen in functie van de opdracht. Ze gebruiken hun: Dit document kan dienst doen als wandplaat in het …
De leerlingen leren hun stemvolume aan te passen in functie van de opdracht. Ze gebruiken hun:
Dit document kan dienst doen als wandplaat in het …
Combotronic: -c- (Interactive Game)
Combotronics teaches players to build words by combining word parts. Players are challenged to make as many words as possible. The goals for this game are letter sounds hard -c- and soft -c-.
Antonio Vivaldi's Largo from Lute Concerto in D accompanies a slide show of paintings by Renoir in this selection. ( Narration is not provided.) ( 4:37)
What's the Deal with Carbon?
This animation describes the carbon cycle and how it is affected by human activity. (03:04)
A Ógánaigh an Chúil Cheangailte
Sample answers on this famous Love Song.
Chain Game: -mp- (Interactive Game)
Chain game teaches players how to replace a sound in one word to make another word. The goal for this game is consonant blend -mp-.
Chain Game: -st- (Interactive Game)
Chain game teaches players how to replace a sound in one word to make another word. The goal for this game is consonant blend -st-.
MIT History faculty teaching video
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Making More " Makers"- Encouraging Students to Create
In this video, Dale Dougherty explain his big plans to improve education through a hands-on curriculum.The piece shows various technology projects in a pilot program where students are encouraged to create their own inventions. Students are interviewed , and they show projects such as a solar lunchbox. ( 5:40)
Friction: ( An Interactive Game)
In this game, students participate in a race where they utilize their knowldege of friction, the force between two surfaces. ( This link is for an interactive game and may take a few mimutes to load.)
Science Nation - Green Gasoline
By: nsf Carbon neutral gasoline ... from plants! Like everyone else, George Huber knows money doesn't grow on trees. But, ask him where gasoline comes from and he won't just tell you, he'll show you. To fully understand, Science Nation recently went with Huber to a local lumber yard in Amherst, Mass. A lumber yard is the perfect place to find cellulose, the key building block in plant cells and the organic material that gives plants their structure. So what does cellulose have to do with gasolin
Cacao farming in Philippines.
A cacao farming educational centre in Philippines offers training in cacao cultivation and processing. The video shows all the stages of the cacao production.
An old-type film where a group of experts teach some kids how to make compost. As container the kids use an empty wooden box.