Teacher Training Videos: How to Download Videos from YouTube
This video shows how to download content from You Tube. This demonstrates a simple downloader that also converts all your videos to play on your iPod, your computer, and for use in your presentations or whatever. This video was created for teachers to help them to incorporate technology into their teaching.
InterMath is a professional development effort designed to support teachers in becoming better mathematics educators. It focuses on building teachers' mathematical content knowledge through mathematical investigations that are supported by technology. InterMath includes a workshop component and materials to support instructors. For each of the following problems, consider how you would pose the same problem to your students. Would the wording need to change? Would you need to include more pictur
CompTIA A+ Video Training by TechnologyCerts California Cultures Structure and function in living systems WHO IS ISA GENZKEN? | Dan Graham Oh Boy, Buoyancy! Listening Devices Digital Storytelling in the Classroom and Beyond To Know Ourselves EIA's Kids Page The ArithmAttack The Law of the Internet Advanced Algebra II (CA Textbook) What Can Printed Material Teach Us? Western & Central Gulf of Mexico State Profiles on Holocaust Education Improving Your Commute The Physical Environment: An Introduction to Physical Geography Toxic and Harmful Algal Blooms
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California Cultures documents California's rich history of diversity and multicultural contributions. This collection including photographs, documents, newspaper clippings, political cartoons, works of art, oral histories, and other primary sources draws from Calispheres total content, and also features more than 20,000 specially digitized primary sources from special contributors.
In this publication, we provide a wide variety of resources to enrich your content knowledge of the characteristics of living things, including their diversity, extinction, and evolution.
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This teacher developed Design Challenge unit weaves engaging inquiry lessons and design challenges into the physical science content of buoyancy to create a hands-on, content rich unit of study.
Design a listening device that will allow them to listen to the sound generated by a specific object inside of a box.
This workshop explores how contemporary technology tools empower students and teachers to engage in highly creative and reflective tasks to organize and present information, and express emotions, ideas and knowledge through multimedia creations known as digital stories. Digital storytelling is increasingly becoming popular in schools all over the world as an engaging technology-based learning strategy. In this workshop, the participants will be exposed to powerful user-friendly and cost-free tec
This site tells about the Human Genome Project and provides general information about and links to the coordinated effort to determine the complete sequence of the DNA in the human genome. It surveys the project's goals, the tools being used to map genetic code, the spin-off technologies generated by the project, and the ethical, legal, and social implications of knowing our genetic blueprint.
The U.S. Department of Energy, Energy Information Administration (EIA) hosts a student-friendly website with a variety of information and activities about energy. NEED assists EIA with web content. The Energy Kid's Page consists of several main categories: Energy Facts, Fun and Games, Energy History, Classroom Activities, Related Links, and a Glossary. This teacher guide provides extension activities for using the Energy Kid's Page as a resource to incorporate technology use in your classroom.
How many computer-generated arithmetic problems can you answer in 60 seconds?
The Internet is at once a constructive and disruptive technology. As more and more of our lives move online, we are faced with opportunities to do new and amazing things. Concurrently, we encounter problems that no one anticipated as we collectively built the internet as we know it today. This seminar will consider some of the most intriguing of the issues to which the advent of the internet has given and continues to give rise. It will focus on a cluster of topics about which any computer user
Advanced Algebra II provides three complementary resources for teachers and students that combine to provide a friendly, easy-to-understand explanation of Algebra II concepts. The main text, "Activities and Homework", consists of a series of worksheets for both in-class group work as well as homework assignments. The concepts behind those activities are described in detail in the "Conceptual Explanations" text. The third book, the "Teacher's Guide", provides instructors with guides and suggestio
This lessons allows students the opportunity to analyze a document, make assessment and obtain historical content through primary source documents.
This website houses a collection of online publications from the Coastal and Marine Geology Program in the United States Geological Survey. The collection topic is coastal and marine geology in the western and central Gulf of Mexico. Publications include maps, research projects, hazard assessments, open file reports, resource assessments, and digital datasets. The collection may be searched by topic and/or content type. Users may also follow links to other regional collections within the Coastal
These profiles contain text of state legislation about the teaching of the Holocaust, and Holocaust-explicit History/Social Studies and English/Language Arts state content standards. Also provided is contact information for state departments of education.
Road traffic is a challenging societal problem, and with the increasing crowding of areas in and around cities, it is only becoming worse. With the proliferation of wireless connectivity, smartphones (think cheap embedded computers), it is now possible to continuously monitor urban areas using mobile sensors carried by people
This is an interactive textbook on principles of The Physical Environment. The Physical Environment is one of the first, totally online physical geography learning environments. The Physical Environment combines text, images, audio and video programs to deliver the subject matter content. A multimedia online environment enables new and different ways to interact with textbook content.
These activities, in conjunction with Bigelow Laboratory's “Toxic and Harmful Algal Bloom" web site, will help your students gain a better understanding of toxic and harmful algal blooms. Each module below consists of background content material and related standards-based activities. Each module is independent of the others; however, some background knowledge is required to complete the lessons.
Structure and function in living systems
WHO IS ISA GENZKEN? | Dan Graham
Oh Boy, Buoyancy!
Digital Storytelling in the Classroom and Beyond
To Know Ourselves
EIA's Kids Page
The Law of the Internet
Advanced Algebra II (CA Textbook)
What Can Printed Material Teach Us?
Western & Central Gulf of Mexico
State Profiles on Holocaust Education
Improving Your Commute
The Physical Environment: An Introduction to Physical Geography
Toxic and Harmful Algal Blooms