The Water Cycle Video
This cartoon uses simple illustrations and examples to teach about the water cycle. (06:21)
Introduction to Circulatory System
This short video gives basic facts about the Circulatory System. Key vocabulary words include heart, oxygen, blood, carbon dioxide, arteries, veins, atrium, and lungs. This is a good resource to help build background knowledge and would, work well as an introductory lesson to the human body. (5:33)
Inside Windows Phone #36 | The Rowi Guys This week we spoke to Erik Porter and Nathan Heskew, the developers of the popular Twitter client for Windows Phone, Rowi. They walked us through their app and gave us a lot of insight into what goes into building a world class Windows Phone application. Here are some links to related information.
This week we spoke to Erik Porter and Nathan Heskew, the developers of the popular Twitter client for Windows Phone, Rowi. They walked us through their app and gave us a lot of insight into what goes into building a world class Windows Phone application.
Here are some links to related information.
In this video clip, learn more about Arthur Wiknik’s service in Vietnam. As an 18-year-old draftee, Arthur Wiknik was rushed through officer candidate's school. After one month in Vietnam he found himself in the middle of the battle of "Hamburger Hill.” (3:42)
Soldiers On Patrol
In the field, many soldiers spent their time on patrol, seeking out communist forces, and avoiding lethal booby traps. The battlefields of Vietnam made for unthinkable difficulties and made it harder to seek out the enemy. In this video clip, learn what it was like to be a soldier in these conditions. (4:14)
CULTURE NUMÉRIQUE : 08 L'hypertexte (Vidéo)
La définition qui semble la plus adéquate de l'hypertexte a été posée en introduction d'un numéro spécial de juillet 1988, désormais célèbre, du journal Communication of the ACM. Smith et Weiss y considéraient l'hypertexte comme « une approche de la gestion de l'information dans laquelle les données sont conservées dans ...
CULTURE NUMÉRIQUE : 09 Les protocoles du réseau internet (Vidéo) Points essentiels
The Thirsty Crow (Interactive Game/Story)
This moral story, is more complex phonic decoding and abbreviations are introduced. Children are encouraged to read with expressions. Suitable for Grade 1 and above.This interactive story is about a clever crow who teaches that where there is a will, there is a way.. Kids will learn to read with more complex phonic decoding. Word list:thirsty, them, there, the, stones, sunny, pitcher, and more. Double syllable words and punctuations are introduced. Suitable for Kindergarten
A Simple Fiber-Optic Communications System
In this video from the ICT Center, learn how rise-time analysis is performed to determine the maximum data rate of a fiber optic communications system. Animations and diagrams show how a transmitter, fiber, and receiver work together to transfer information and how component rise times and fiber dispersion contribute to total rise time. (5:30)
Musicians At Google: Meleni Smith
Meleni Smith was born in Flint, Michigan and raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Her talent was apparent from a very early age when she began singing at the age of six. Brought up by a Jamaican mother, Meleni never knew exactly where she fit in this world, but she knew that the power of her music could help her find out how she fit in it. Her voice is a mixture of raw soul with an intense rasp that can invoke chills throughout even the most experienced listening audience. Her electrifying melodies t
How Babies Learn Languages
This 13:27 long video is a lecture that helps solve the puzzle of why babies can learn languages within a limited amount of time. A great graph is presented to show the sharp learning curve. The lecture explains the importance of how young people learn to discriminate sounds while older humans cannot do this. Exceptional data.
Student Intro Video: The Digital Footprint
This two minute video is an animated introduction that asks students to think about how whatever you do or say online is permanent and can be found by other people. It is recommended as an introduction to videos on online privacy.
Poetry in motion pictures - Kevan Manwaring
Poet and author Kevan Manwarring looks at poets who have graced the silver screen from Shakespeare to the Beats and the Romantics to Slam.
Staff Cheers on School for Aims
Galileo y sin embargo se mueve - parte 12 de 12
En 1633, la inquisición sometió a Galileo Galillei a un proceso en el que se vio obligado a ponerse de rodillas y abjurar de sus teorías acerca del movimiento de la tierra.
Según cuenta la tradición, al levantarse murmuró: "!Eppur, si muove!"
("!y sin embargo, se mueve!") lo que demostraría que, a pesar de la
"confesión", seguía pensando del mismo modo.
Este documental sería mejor dirigido
Los secretos del Sol - (The History Channel) parte 4 de 4
Existen miles de millones de estrellas en el universo, pero sólo una domina nuestro vecindario celestial, el Sol. Es tan grande, que en todo su volumen podrían caber un millón de planetas Tierra y tan poderoso, que cada segundo produce una cantidad de energía equivalente a mil millones de bombas de hidrógeno de un megatón.
El Sol es el gran motor que impulsa nuestro sistema solar, suministrando la energía que hace posible la existencia de vi
Ancient Chinese Weapons
In early Ancient China, a series of walls were developed to protect the country from invasions. Ancient dynasties also created weapons that were so powerful and so brilliant like the cannon. In this video clip, learn how early ancient Chinese weapons still define the world of warfare today. (1:33)
Magic Spoon Gives Direction
Discovered in China in 2600 B.C., the magic spoon always pointed in the same direction each time it was dropped. In this video clip, from “Modern Marvels”, learn how this early compass was used in ancient China. (1:18)
Invented in China in 200 B.C., paper arrived in America in the 17th century. In this video clip, from “Modern Marvels” find out more about how paper was first made and what the ancient Chinese used before they invented paper. (3:03)