Intro to Chemistry: 4.6 Complete Ion and Net Ionic Equations (1/3)
Join award winning teachers Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams as they interactively teach Chemistry: 4.6 Complete Ion and Net Ionic Equations.  ( 8:02)
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Abel Meeropol, Billie Holiday and A Song Born in Protest
In the late 1930s, Abel Meeropol, son of Russian Jewish immigrants and a high school English teacher in the Bronx neighborhood where he was born, wrote a poem entitled Strange Fruit. This video discusses how the poem would later be performed by the legendary Billie Holiday as a song of protest, bringing national attention to the crime of lynching. (3:40)
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20/20 Vision
Students determine their own eyesight and calculate what a good average eyesight value for the class would be. They learn about technologies to enhance eyesight and how engineers play an important role in the development of these technologies.
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Library 2.0: A Journey of Metamorphosis
Libraries as we know them have changed over the years to become Learning Commons—less like rooms with books and more like learning spaces with a wide variety of resources.
Author(s): Brenda A. Dyck

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Domain and Range - Problem 1 of 3
This video is a continuation and presents an example that demonstrates how to examine the graph of a function to determine the domain and range.  (2:04)
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Function Notation - Example Problem
This video is a continuation and presents an example that demonstrates how to write a relationship using function notation.  (2:44)
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Dirty Jobs: Slippery Sucker
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Dr. Seuss' The Sneetches - Full Version
This is Dr. Seuss' view of prejudice: Some Sneetches have a star on their bellies, and some of them don't. The 12 minute video is an excellent story on several levels depending on the age of the students.
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Bacteria in the Cafeteria
This activity from our family magazine series challenges kids to go on a microbe quest to solve a riddle. The online activity begins with a page of directions for how to find the missing letters of the riddle. As kids click their way around a virtual lunchroom, they are given 11 Yes/No questions asking whether the featured bacteria helps people. Along with the answer to the riddle, kids get a round of applause when they correctly answer all 11 questions.
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Calculating Clones
In this video segment from Cyberchase, Delete creates three clones of himself every time he sneezes. The CyberSquad tries to keep track of how many clones there are as they attempt to round them all up. (4:42)
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How to Strengthen Your Child's Reading Muscles
Mixing crafts and reading/writing makes literacy more fun.  Traci Paige Johnson, co-creator of Blues Clues, shares crafty tips for keeping children reading and writing over the summer.  ( 1:41)
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How to Make an Origami Owl Bookmark
This video provides a step-by-step demonstration of how to make an origami owl bookmark using a square piece of paper.  The demonstration is conducted by an origami expert who explains origami terms. 
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St. Patrick
He converted the Irish to Christianity, but there's quite a bit most people don't know about Ireland's patron saint. In this video clip learn more about St. Patrick. (00:59)

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The Irrational as an Object of Cognition

All attempts at scientific explanation can at best succeed only in explaining the changes in something given. The given itself is inexplicable. It simply is. Why it is remains hidden from us. It is the irratio
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Why do we need confidentiality?
Confidentiality is an important principle in health and social care because it functions to impose a boundary on the amount of personal information and data that can be disclosed without consent.
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10 - Quel est l’impact de l’augmentation de CO2 sur la biodiversité ? Question à Paul Leadley

Sciences en Questions : "Changement climatique et biodiversité"

Le Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle, le GIS Climat-Environnement-Société et La Huit ont coproduit en 2008 une série vidéo pluridisciplinaire intitulée "Sciences en questions - Changement climatique et biodiversité", conçue et coordonnée par Anne Teyssèdre. En quelques minutes chacun, une douzaine de scientifiques sélectionnés pour leur expertise répondent à 17 questions cl
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Anne Wiazemsky, ciné-fille (sous-titres français)

Anne Wiazemsky, actrice iconique du cinéma d'auteur des années 1960-1970, a trouvé sa voie propre avec la littérature. Son roman Jeune fille, démystifie la relation qu’elle a entretenue sur le plateau avec Robert Bresson, alors qu’elle était une adolescente en mal d'identité. Entre séduction et perversité, soumission et irrévérence. Débat entre Anne Wiazemsky et Yomota Inuhiko, essayiste, critique et historien spécialiste du cinéma et de littérature comparée, prof
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Two Varieties of Ma
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Michael Pollan Gives a Plant's-Eye View
This video provides an entertaining lecture on how to look at the world from the perspective of a plant to provide students and others a fresh look at life.  The theme is: What if human consciousness isn't the end-all and be-all of Darwinism? What if we are all just pawns in corn's clever strategy game to rule the Earth? A good class room discussion starter that could be used for science/environment classes and cause and effect lessons. (17:22)
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Galileo: 400 Years of the Telescope
In 1609, Galileo constructed the first powerful telescope and started observing the heavens, which led to many monumental discoveries. He published his initial findings on the moon and the stars in 1610 in a brief treatise titled "Sidereus Nuncius" ("Starry Messenger"). An original printing of this publication is held by the Rare Book and Special Collections Division of the Library of Congress. NASA scientist Michelle Thaller discusses "Galileo: 400 Years of the Telescope." This illustrated lect
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