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I <3 Math: Integers - How do Positive and Negative Numbers Relate to Sea Level? (Video-Only Clip)

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Providing the opportunity to apply knowledge about positive and negative integers by narrating the clip. Students can describe how integers are represented on a number line as they relate to the dolphin jumping in and out of the water. An I <3 Math clip with no audio.

I <3 Math: Integers - How do Positive and Negative Numbers Relate to Temperature? (Video-Only Clip)

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Providing the opportunity to apply knowledge about positive and negative integers by narrating the clip. Students can describe how integers are represented on a number line as they relate to temperature. An I <3 Math clip with no audio.

History of Women in Soul Music: A Workshop with Michelle Obama

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Michelle Obama welcomes students to an afternoon workshop celebrating historical and social perspectives on the significance of Soul music. The program, lead by Grammy Museum Executive Director Bob Santelli, highlights the most significant moments throughout the history of the Soul genre and its importance in the women's rights movement, featuring speakers Patti LaBelle, Janelle Monae, and Melissa Etheridge.

Recounting America's Greatest Stories: A Conversation With Ken Burns | Webinar

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Master storyteller and filmmaker, Ken Burns, has created works that have explored the people, places and events that have shaped America's complicated history. But what makes for a great story and how can we ensure that these stories have relevance in decades to come? During this hour, Mr. Burns shares an inside look at how he captured the significance of the American Civil War through filmmaking and storytelling. Students will learn about the events that led to the Civil War and gain insight into how similar factors lead to current conflicts throughout the world. Uncover the lessons that can be learned from history as PBS LearningMedia and Ken Burns commemorate the 25th anniversary of the release of THE CIVIL WAR.

(Recorded on September 15, 2015)

How We Got To Now

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Join PBS and Steven Johnson, the host of PBS' How We Got to Now, for a conversation on innovation. Students will walk away understanding how simple ideas and inventions – from eyeglasses to refrigerators – revolutionized the way humans interact with the world, and they will learn steps they can take to become the next Albert Einstein or Thomas Edison. (Recorded on October 22, 2014)

Barack Obama | 60-Second Presidents

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Barack Obama was the first black president to ever be elected into office. Though he came in with two foreign wars and a housing crisis on his plate, check out what he did to define how Americans live today.

Abraham Lincoln | 60-Second Presidents

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Abraham Lincoln pulled the nation out of the Civil War by taking matters into his own hands. Learn about some of his greatest moments, from the Gettysburg Address to the Emancipation Proclamation. Honest Abe is honestly one of the nation's greatest leaders.

Andrew Johnson | 60-Second Presidents

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Andrew Johnson spent much of his presidency in a power struggle with Congress. Trace his years in office, and see how he dealt with the nation's Reconstruction.

Benjamin Harrison | 60-Second Presidents

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Following in his grandfather's footsteps, Benjamin Harrison became president, but for much longer than 32 days. Find out about his successful international policies, and economy-damaging domestic policies.

William McKinley | 60-Second Presidents

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William McKinley played a major role in building the U.S. into a global superpower. Let's review how he did it, from the Spanish American War to the annexation of Hawaii.

William Howard Taft | 60-Second Presidents

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William Howard Taft started and ended his career in the judicial system. Find out how his background in law affected his policies and turned Progressives against him.

Woodrow Wilson | 60-Second Presidents

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Woodrow Wilson was a progressive-minded president. Learn about his domestic policies during his first term and his reaction to WWI during his second.

Ronald Reagan | 60-Second Presidents

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Ronald Reagan's magnetic personality made him immensely likeable as a public persona, which he used as a way to inspire the nation to rally against the Soviet Union. Let's take a look at how else he wielded that power domestically!

Dwight D. Eisenhower | 60-Second Presidents

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"I Like Ike" was the rallying cry for those who supported Dwight D. Eisenhower. And looking at his presidential accomplishments, it isn't hard to see why. Check out the video to see if you like Ike too!

James Polk | 60-Second Presidents

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James Polk accomplished a lot more in one term than many presidents accomplish in two. Find out how he delivered on his promise of westward expansion.

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