Introduction to Division Part 2 Introduction to Decimals, Part I Introduction to Interest Introduction to Present Value - Khan Academy Introduction to Balance Sheets Introduction to Compound Interest Introduction to Newton's Three Laws - Lesson 1 An Introduction to Primates An Introduction to Humanism An Introduction to Christianity as a World Religion Introduction to Sikhism Introduction to Sikhism Introduction to Buddhism An Introduction to Adjectives Introduction to Order of Operations Part 1 Introduction to Order of Operations Part 2 Introduction to Order of Operations Introduction to the Dissection of a Virtual Frog An Introduction to Voicethreads Introduction to Using Voice Thread
This is part one of a two-part video. This video starts with a review of place value, then proceeds to a decimal into a word statement, then writes the decimal as a fraction. Many examples are done. Then it moves on to whole numbers and decimals, writing them out, and showing the fraction equivalent. A few more examples are done. Video is good quality and good for all students as a review or initial learning of the topic.
Explains that interest is rent for money. Simple versus compound interest described. Production is basic using computer software and calculator. However the explanation is clear and concise.
Looks at present value - as being a choice between - money now and its value later. This production is demonstrated with computer software and a calculator. The explanation is clear and understandable. Author: Salman Khan
In this segment, the instructor, Sal Khan of Khan Academy, uses a home purchase to illustrate assets, liabilities, and owner's equity. The instructor uses computer software for demonstration. The explanation is clear and understandable.
This is an introduction to compound interest. The instructor uses computer software for instruction. The explanation is clear and understandable. This is a Khan Academy video.
This NASA video segment explores how Newton's Laws of Motion apply to the development and operation of airplanes. Viewers watch an instructor at NASA's National Test Pilot School as he describes and then demonstrates why seatbelts are an important force on pilots; what it means to pull 2, 4 and even 6 g in a jet; and how the thrust of a jet engine causes an aircraft to move forward. Formulas are presented onscreen along with the calculations discussed in the segment. For example, the instructor
This video covers 41 species of primates ranging from the 300-gram sized pygmy slow loris to the 200-kilogram-sized gorilla. The animals are organized by taxonomic categories. Run time 03:53.
This video is from a lecture in Canada in 2008. It is a brief introduction to Humanism (a non believer, man centered person) and its varied aspects, including Athiesm, Freethought, Agnosticism, Transhumanism, and Skepticism. Humanists believe that they can be good without God. Recorded in left audio channel only. (7:57)
A recorded speech from Dr. David Perrin, of St. Jerome's University in Waterloo, Ontario, who explains what Christianity is, its history and its beginnings. It is only recorded on one channel, so it comes out your left speaker only. As well, there is a biography of Dr. Perrin superimposed over his image from 1:37 to 2:37 on the video.
This video is a good overview of Sikhism is explained in an articulate, cogent way. Most of its major tenets are described. The only problem with the video is that it was recorded on the left channel only, so on headphones, it sounds out of your left side only. (9:40)
Animated Introduction to Core Sikh beliefs. The music is taken from a track produced by the late Singh Kaur and Amar Singh. Singh Kaur was a talented vocal artist and Caucasian western convert to Sikhism. Her music has been compared to that of the the celtic sounds of enya. Sadly Singh Kaur passed away a few years ago (may waheguru bless her soul in eternal bliss).
This video introduces Buddhism and talks about its roots. There is historical background and reference to its establishment in China.
An adjective is a describing word. This video gives a brief explanation of adjectives along with sentences, illustrations, and examples that includes adjectives. Run time 0:53.
This video shows the four parts to the order of operations. The first parts is to perform the operations within the parenthesis. Some examples are shown. The second part is to simplify any numbers that have exponents. Examples are once again shown. The third part is perform multiplication and division in order working from left to right. Many examples are shown. The fourth part is perform addition and subtraction in order working from left to right. Examples are shown. Then they show examples us
This is a continuation of part 1. The problem they are working on was introduced in part 1, they are working through all the rules of order of operations. They are continue to work on examples. Video is good quality and good for all students as review or initial learning of concept.
This video starts off with a black screen because the narrator uses it as a 'chalkboard'. In an easy, conversational tone, the instructor offers an introduction to the order of operations.
This short, 46 second clip demonstrates initial three cuts made to the skin of the body cavity to reveal the frog's muscles. This is a small clip from the Digital Frog Virtual Dissection program.
This video shows what a VoiceThread is and how to use it.
This tutorial introduces you to the website "Voice Thread." Voice Thread allows you to create an online discussion with your students on a topic, picture, or video. You will learn how to create an account, upload a thread, and make a comment on it.
Introduction to Decimals, Part I
Introduction to Interest
Introduction to Present Value - Khan Academy
Introduction to Balance Sheets
Introduction to Compound Interest
Introduction to Newton's Three Laws - Lesson 1
An Introduction to Primates
An Introduction to Humanism
An Introduction to Christianity as a World Religion
Introduction to Sikhism
Introduction to Sikhism
Introduction to Buddhism
An Introduction to Adjectives
Introduction to Order of Operations Part 1
Introduction to Order of Operations Part 2
Introduction to Order of Operations
Introduction to the Dissection of a Virtual Frog
An Introduction to Voicethreads
Introduction to Using Voice Thread