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The Nature of Waves (2008)

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When we think of waves, we often think of the ocean or another large body of water. In this video, students learn that waves are all around us and are responsible for many of the sounds we hear and the light we see. Real-life examples are used to explain how waves move and travel through different mediums.

Grade Level: 
Elementary
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0:15
The Nature of Waves

Tools in Science (2006)

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This DVD contains four 20-minute segments:

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Middle
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01:20
Tools in Science

Matter in Action (2005)

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This DVD contains 4 20-minute segments:

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Middle
High
Length: 
00:20
Matter in Action

The Metric System (2006)

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Four 20-minute videos about the Metric system:

Grade Level: 
Middle
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01:20
The Metric System

Euclid: The Elements (2014)

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Taking advantage of the latest digital animation techniques, Science Gossip summarizes the careers of important figures from the History of Science. Although scientific rigor is respected, the point of view is more light hearted and amusing so that viewers receive short, dynamic doses of interesting information about each scientist, complemented by curios anecdotes.

Grade Level: 
Elementary
Length: 
00:07
Euclid: The Elements

Isaac Newton: The Smartest Kid in Town (2014)

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Taking advantage of the latest digital animation techniques, Science Gossip summarizes the careers of important figures from the History of Science. Although scientific rigor is respected, the point of view is more light hearted and amusing so that viewers receive short, dynamic doses of interesting information about each scientist, complemented by curios anecdotes.

Grade Level: 
Elementary
Length: 
00:07
Isaac Newton: The Smartest Kid in Town

Thomas Robert Malthus: Numbers and People (2014)

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Taking advantage of the latest digital animation techniques, Science Gossip summarizes the careers of important figures from the History of Science. Although scientific rigor is respected, the point of view is more light hearted and amusing so that viewers receive short, dynamic doses of interesting information about each scientist, complemented by curios anecdotes.

Grade Level: 
Elementary
Length: 
00:07
Thomas Robert Malthus: Numbers and People

Johannes Kepler: Musica Universalis (2014)

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Taking advantage of the latest digital animation techniques, Science Gossip summarizes the careers of important figures from the History of Science. Although scientific rigor is respected, the point of view is more light hearted and amusing so that viewers receive short, dynamic doses of interesting information about each scientist, complemented by curios anecdotes.

Grade Level: 
Elementary
Length: 
00:07
Johannes Kepler: Musica Universalis

Taste Test Video

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This DragonflyTV segment demonstrates the relationship between taste and smell, and the ability of taste buds to recognize taste when the nose is blocked.

Scale City: Greetings from Sky-Vue Drive-In

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Greetings from Sky-Vue Drive-In takes students on a tour through the history of drive-in theaters and a visit to one that's still open and thriving in Winchester, Kentucky. Looking at shadows through the drive-in movie projector introduces the relationship of a shadow's size to its distance from the light source.

The Odds of Finding Life and Love | It's Okay to Be Smart

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Join Joe Hanson, host of It's Okay to Be Smart, as he explores Enrico Fermi's paradox of why we haven't crossed paths with any extraterrestrials, and then uses Frank Drake's equation to estimate the number of civilizations that might exist in our galaxy. Finally, we'll meet a young lady named Ann and see if we can calculate how many special someones there might be out there for her. It's a cosmic love story!

Career Connections | Tire Designer

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A tire designer uses art, math, and engineering to create safe, cost-effective tires.

Analyzing its Geometry and Energy Efficiency | Treasures of New York: "Hearst Tower"

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Students solve a real-world mathematical problem involving the area of a triangle and learn about how energy conservation is applied to architectural design using video from Treasures of New York: Hearst Tower. Utilizing text-dependent discussion questions and classroom activities called “teaching tips,” students have an opportunity to take a deep dive into mathematics, STEM content and the arts.

Human Performance & Sampling

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Statistics and sampling are important for human performance experiments. Students will learn several sampling types including census, random, stratified random, and convenience. Examples of real-life sampling and experimental design are also shown.

This video is available in both English and Spanish audio, along with corresponding closed captions.

Brewing the Perfect Cup

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Every blend of coffee has a unique mixture of variables that must be solved for. Watch a small business describe the algebra behind importing, roasting, packing and distributing coffee beans.

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