Superstar Teacher Series, Produced by the Teaching Company, Lecturer is John Searle. Lecture is titled, “The Philosophy of Mind.”  This set of lectures is about the Philosophy of Mind.   This episode discusses the Cogito, "I think, therefore I am", but can be less ambiguously translated as "I am thinking, therefore I exist" or "I am thinking, on the account of being".  The proof that each person is a thi
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The Puritan Religion
As the Puritans migrated from England to the New World, they had a clear vision of what their churches should be like. Membership was restricted to those who could present evidence that they had experienced “saving grace.” This most often included a compelling description of some extraordinary experience that indicated intimate contact with God. Only those who could submit this proof were considered “visible saints” and allowed full membership in the church. In the early seventeenth cent
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Estimation of Length
This clip explains various units of measure.  It shows how to use measure of length to compare things and how answer questions.  Part 1 of this video shows how to get accurate measure using ruler, tape measure and yard stick,  part two shows estimation of length, part 3 explains mathematical benchmarks,and  estimation activities are at the end of the video.

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Factoring of a square root in the denominator
This video shows how to factor a square root when a square root is in the denominator of a mathematical expression. This  allows the student to factor out the answer in this scenario.
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Proof: Law of Sines
In thiss video, the instructor offers a simple proof of the Law of Sines. In an easy conversational tone, the instructor uses the computer screen Paint program) as his 'blackboard' and different colors to emphasis his points. For high school students.
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The GeometricTransformations
Many times in mathematics and in geometry in particular,
visualization of the concepts that are being taught is difficult for
students. This problem can be avoided with the use of a tool such as
Geometers Sketchpad. One of the best attributes of this program is that it is not a drill and practice program, but instead it requires the
students further develop their understanding of mathematical concepts. This lesson was designed to help make the concepts of translations, ro

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Fractals in the Body
Fractal patterns turn up everywhere in biology, from the irregular rhythm of the heart to basic eye function. The fractal nature of such physiological processes, which obey simple mathematical rules, offers hope of better diagnosis and treatment of problems as well as new insights into how such processes work. Running time 10:15

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Line Integral - Proof of Green's Theorem, Part 1
The instructor talks a little too fast in this video, but is understandable. He uses a whiteboard to demonstrate a proof of a special case of Green's Theorem where the graph can be described in two ways.
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Line Integrals - Proof of Green's Theorem (Part 2)
In this second installment, the instructor continues to talks a little too fast, but is understandable. He uses a whiteboard to demonstrate a proof of a special case of Green's Theorem where the graph can be described in two ways.
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Following Children's Ideas in Mathematics
An unprecedented long-term study conducted by Rutgers University
followed the development of mathematical thinking in a randomly
selected group of students for 12 years - from 1st grade through high
school - with surprising results. In an overview of the study, we look
at some of the conditions that made their math achievement possible.

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Are You Convinced?
Proof making is one of the key ideas in mathematics. Looking at
teachers and students grappling with the same probability problem, we see how two kinds of proof — proof by cases and proof by induction —naturally grow out of the need to justify and convince others.

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Amazing Equations
Using the day of the month, first- and second-graders investigate the
concepts of addition and subtraction as they share story problems that relate to the date.
Teams use everyday language and experiences to connect to the
mathematical language and symbolism for operations. NCTM standards: concepts of whole number operations, whole number computation, communication, connections.

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Domino Math
First- and second-graders investigate number relationships and explore the concept of addition in a part-whole model using dominoes. They develop mathematical communication as they represent mathematical ideas with physical materials, words, diagrams, and symbols. NCTM standards: concepts of whole number operations, whole number computation, problem solving, communication.
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The Law of Falling Bodies
With the conventional wisdom of the Aristotelian world view, almost everyone could see that heavy bodies fell faster than lighter ones. Then along cam Galileo. His genius deduced that the distance a body has fallen at any instant is proportional to the square of the time spent falling. From that, speed and acceleration follow with the help of a mathematical tool called a derivative.
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Sound Waves and Mathematics
Uses a graphing calculator to explain sound (sinusoidal) waves through advanced mathematical formulas. Color and sound, but mostly shows views of graphing calculator and equations. Grades 10-12. 9:17 min.
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Lost Civilization - Maya - 1 of 6
Narrated by Sam Waterston, this documentary focuses on the history of Mayan civilization. 'The Maya is a Mesoamerican civilization, noted for the only known fully developed written language of the pre-Columbian Americas, as well as its art, architecture, and mathematical and astronomical systems.' (Maya Civilization, Wikipedia, 2009). This documentary is suitable for older middle and high school students.
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Lost Civilization - Maya - 2 of 6
Narrated by Sam Waterston, this documentary focuses on the history of Mayan civilization. 'The Maya is a Mesoamerican civilization, noted for the only known fully developed written language of the pre-Columbian Americas, as well as its art, architecture, and mathematical and astronomical systems.' (Maya Civilization, Wikipedia, 2009). This documentary is suitable for older middle and high school students.
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Lost Civilization - Maya - 3 of 6
Narrated by Sam Waterston, this documentary focuses on the history of Mayan civilization. 'The Maya is a Mesoamerican civilization, noted for the only known fully developed written language of the pre-Columbian Americas, as well as its art, architecture, and mathematical and astronomical systems.' (Maya Civilization, Wikipedia, 2009). This documentary is suitable for older middle and high school students.
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Lost Civilization - Maya - 4 of 6
Narrated by Sam Waterston, this documentary focuses on the history of Mayan civilization. 'The Maya is a Mesoamerican civilization, noted for the only known fully developed written language of the pre-Columbian Americas, as well as its art, architecture, and mathematical and astronomical systems.' (Maya Civilization, Wikipedia, 2009). This documentary is suitable for older middle and high school students.
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Lost Civilization - Maya - 5 of 6
Narrated by Sam Waterston, this documentary focuses on the history of Mayan civilization. 'The Maya is a Mesoamerican civilization, noted for the only known fully developed written language of the pre-Columbian Americas, as well as its art, architecture, and mathematical and astronomical systems.' (Maya Civilization, Wikipedia, 2009). This documentary is suitable for older middle and high school students.
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