Introduction to Order of Operations
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.
Introduction to the Dissection of a Virtual Frog
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.
An Introduction to Voicethreads
This video shows what a VoiceThread is and how to use it.
Introduction to Using Voice Thread
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 Anthropology (1)
Types of societies are discussed. The hunter-gatherer period, the tribal period, the peasant society, and the capitalist industrial periods are examined. Shows population growth, defines all terms-delivered in a lecture format with information on slides. (44:50)
Introduction to integration
Introduction to Integration. The video starts with a brief review of multiplying and factoring polynomials and finding derivatives. It than shows integration as reverse differentiation. Goes through examples and notation. The pen on paper presentation is clear and understandable. Provided by www.mathstutor.biz
Subtraction 3: Introduction to Borrowing or Regrouping
In this video, the instructor uses the Paint Program to review how to subtract numbers and introduces how to re-group or borrow. The instructor also uses a number line. The video is suitable for elementary students.
Introduction to Caravaggio
A video of the work of Caravaggio. There are no titles of works (no text on screen at all), just brief shots of whole works followed by many tighter shots of details. Could be useful for purposes of focusing on style, and also to play "name that painting."
Introduction To Personal Pronouns
Geared for 8th grade language arts students. This video provides a,n introduction to personal pronouns including subjective, objective, and possessive pronouns. Examples of paragraphs are read with pronouns highlighted in the in the text and nouns are replaced with pronouns to improve the paragraph.
Introduction to Spinning, Part 1
If you're interested in spinning your own yarn, this video provides you with all the information you need to get started. This video shows the very basic start of spinning fibers into yarn. Part 1 of a series. Gives definations and written instructions. (9:03)
Introduction to Spinning, Part 2
Picking up where Part 1 leaves off, this video helps you move beyond park and draft and covers many common beginner problems so you can become a confident and productive spinner. Keep following this series if you want to learn this unique talent. Written directions and definations. (9:56)
The Basics of Biology: Introduction to the Immune System
This is a clip from the program The Immunological System: Recognition, Attack, and Memory. This segment shows how the immune system works.
Introduction to Evolution and Natural Selection
This video offers an introduction to evolution and variation in a population and natural selection. Mr. Khan uses the Paint Program (with different colors) to illustrate his points. Sal Khan is the recipient of the 2009 Microsoft Tech Award in Education. Suitable for high school students.
Christopher Columbus - old cartoon introduction
Short, five-minute vintage (1960) animated video that gives an overview of Christopher Columbus' voyages, leaving out the more controversial issues surrounding his explorations of the 'New World'. Not at all politically correct. Aimed at elementary school children.
Introduction to Angles
Video uses an electronic black board with different colored pens. Video starts with basics, defines an angle, how to measure angles, different types of angles (right angle, straight angle). Then video progress to angles in a circle, a circle is 360 degrees and if you have an angle in the circle, you subtract this from the 360 degrees. Then it discusses a straight angle and if you have two angles on the line they total 180 degrees. Video al
Introduction to Right Angles
This is a video lesson introducing right angles. This is a basic topic of goeometry. Larry shows a a picture of a right angle and explains how it is defined and how to recognize it. More lessons can be found at: thttp://www.MathWithLarry.com
Introduction to Triangles With Mathemachicken Teacher
In this lesson in the classroom a teacher dressed as a MathemaCHICKEN "gobbles" through each type of triangle. Students sing a song about triangles and define isosceles, scalene, right, equilateral,obtuse, and acute triangles. An entertaining and educational introduction to triangles. To finish the lesson a link is given at the end of the video to visit. (7:23)
Introduction to the Pythagorean Theorem
Video uses an electronic black board with different-colored pens. Discusses what the Pythagorean Theorem is. Discusses a right triangle, which is 90 degrees, and a hypotenuse, which is the side of the triangle opposite the 90 degree angle. Then shows what the Pythagorean Theorem is, Side A squared + Side B squared = Side C squared where Side C is the hypotenuse. Video goes through some examples. This video is good for middle school stu
Explore went to China on a fact-finding mission led by Charles Annenberg Weingarten, a trustee of the Annenberg Foundation. During the three-week trip, the team discovered many of China's hidden gems: philosophy, art, education, and rural life. They also discovered how the country's hard-working and innovative leaders were working to solve environmental, human rights, and public health issues.
Introduction to Haiti (Vintage Film)
This vintage film is an introduction and brief history of Haiti which was filmed in 1942. The film contains many informational tidbits such as: Haiti means 'land of the mountains'. (The Native-Americans who were here before European explorers named the land.) Suitable for upper elementary to high school students.