Do Materials Get Tired? Fatigue
This video explains how the strength of a material can be measured in the laboratory and used to design structures, like bikes, airplanes, and even chairs. We see a controlled lab experiment that applies precise force to a paper clip until it breaks.
Record of Time
Enter the exciting world of dating ... fossil dating, that is. From Record of Time by anthropologist Dennis O'Neil.
Movements and Shifts in Supply Curves
A consideration of the factors affecting the movements and shifts in supply curves and how the interaction of demand and supply curves affect market forces.
This patient education program explains clinical trials and answers some frequently asked questions. This is a MedlinePlus Interactive Health Tutorial from the National Library of Medicine, designed and developed by the Patient Education Institute.
Temporomandibular Joint Disorders
This patient education program explains temporomandibular joint disorders (TMJ). It reviews the anatomy of the jaw, plus symptoms, causes, diagnosis, and treatment options for TMJ disorders. This resource is a MedlinePlus Interactive Health Tutorial from the National Library of Medicine, designed and developed by the Patient Education Institute.
School Personnel Administration and Instructional Supervision
This course in Personal Administration and Instructional Supervision is a component of the Principal Preparation Programs at Virginia Tech. It was designed in January 2009, and implemented into a program for a cohort in Abingdon, Virginia and a second cohort in Roanoke, Virginia. Permission granted to other university preparation programs and professors for free use of this course. Theodore Creighton, Virginia Tech.
Rhythmic Study: Introduction to Subdivisions in Compound Meters
Introduction to subdivisions in compound meters. This module follows Rhythmic Study: Introduction to Subdivisions in Simple Meters (m22810).
Reading/Language Arts Kidspiration in the Elementary School Classroom
This module emphasizes the use of Kidspiration in the classroom of lower elementary schools. The use of this module is based on Kidspiration with a Reading/Language Arts subject context. This module is to help understand and utilize this technology in the classroom through examples, instructions, and description of its purpose.
Octave Designations in Music
Description of the system to identify music pitches in text. This is the system employed by the Acoustical Society of America and many music journals.
NCPEA Education Leadership Review, Volume 10, Number 1; February 2009
NCPEA Education Leadership Review (ELR) is a nationally refereed journal published two times a year, in Winter (February) and Fall (August) by the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration, Phillip Young, Editor; Kenneth Lane, Assistant Editor; Theodore Creighton, Founding Editor. Manuscripts may be submitted at any time. Authors, coauthors, and NCPEA members receive complimentary copies of ELR. Additional copies of individual manuscripts or the entire Volume may be downloaded
Learn Hindi Daily: खेलना; ता; I do not understand
Mystery Word From The Last Episode खेलना – to play मैं टेनिस खेलना चाहता हूँ। – I want to play tennis. (spoken by a man) मैं टेनिस खेलना चाहती हूँ।...
Learn Hindi Daily Show – dream, हूँ, which hotel are you staying in, win keyboard stickers
Hindi is a dream. What what is the Hindi word for dream? That was yesterday’s mystery verb, सपना (sap-nā) – dream. The symbol and sound of the day is हूँ...
Lesson 79 – Coffee Break Spanish
It’s the penultimate episode of this season of Coffee Break Spanish and we continue to follow the adventures of María-José and Andrew as they come to the end of their time together in Spain. This week Andrew is signing up for his course in the ayuntamiento and needs to ask for some directions. We’ll here [...]
The Theatrics of The Debt Debate in Washington
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Crocodiles in Love
With snout rubbing and bubble blowing, two saltwater crocodiles court one another. (02:26)
Clara Barton and the Founding of the Red Cross
A 1:45 video of Clara Barton who was a teacher, but suffered a nervous breakdown and went back to school and turned to helping others who were injured and sick at a time before women had rights. Good images.
The different types of Roman gladiators are shown in this three minute video. The apparel and training of the gladiators are explained. The various names of each gladiator goes by quickly and for most students will not be able to understand them. This video is best as an overview without enough content to explain who they were and how the fights were actually staged.
"E" is for Elephant
In this short, animated video, students will be introduced to the uppercase letter "E". Students will learn the "E" words-elephant and egg. This is a good teaching resource to introduce the letter "E" to the early childhood classroom. (1:29)
Super "E"!(Children's song by Mark D. Pencil)
This is a short music-filled video about the short and long 'e'. (03:18)
They Might Be Giants-"The Vowel Family" Song
Young learners will enjoy the cute, animated puppets in this video. Students will learn about the different vowels. Some of the lyrics include. "Vowels are important letters. There are vowels in every word." Content is appropriate for early readers in elementary and/or for special education. (2:11)