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Breakout Edu Kit

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The Breakout EDU kit includes everything you need to play over 350 games created for the classroom environment. The kit includes access to the new BreakoutEdu Platform to be used while using the kit.

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Primary
Elementary
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Content Area: 
ELA
Math
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Science
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Health/Phys. Ed.
LOTE
Computer Science
Special Education
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ELL
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Play Time: 
30 min.
Breakout Edu Kit

Opportunities in Production | Video Production: Behind the Scenes with the Pros

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KET producer/director Nick Helton describes all of the potential careers available in the production field.

Production Skills | Video Production: Behind the Scenes with the Pros

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KET staff photographer Steve Shaffer talks about skills one must possess in order to be successful in production.

Director Skills | Video Production: Behind the Scenes with the Pros

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KET producer/director Nick Helton discusses what skills are necessary to become a good director.

Producer Roles | Video Production: Behind the Scenes with the Pros

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KET producer Erin Lowry discusses the roles of a producer.

The Importance of Collaboration | Video Production: Behind the Scenes with the Pros

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KET technical director and editor Jim Piston talks about the importance of collaboration in a production.

Three Mile Island Cooling Towers

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In this Building Block video from Frontline: Nuclear Reaction, the four cooling towers at the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant dot the horizon at sunrise. Smoke billows from the two towers on the left. The Susquehanna River lies in the foreground.

Adopting Sustainable Food Practices

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This video segment adapted from United Tribes Technical College looks at how the traditional subsistence practices of indigenous people were once sustainable, unlike today's lifestyles. Most foods are now produced and transported using methods that can damage the environment and contribute to climate change.

Pre-Production Research | Video Production: Behind the Scenes with the Pros

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KET administrative assistant and writer Anna Gordon talks about researching in pre-production for News Quiz.

Victoria Velez - Biomedical Engineer

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Victoria followed her heart to a career that focuses her love of hands-on problem solving into engineering medical technologies that save lives.

This video is part of the series SciGirls Profiles: Women in STEM, which includes 12 role model videos of women who are passionate about their STEM work, hobbies, families and making the world a better place. These videos introduce students to women working in traditionally male STEM occupations, and inspire them around career exploration in fields like technology, engineering, manufacturing and trades.  Each video provides explicit strategies for overcoming barriers and finding success and joy in jobs where women are heavily underrepresented.

3-D Printing Prosthetics Design & Creation with Professor Jon Schull from RIT | Move to Include

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Learn about how 3-D printing has created a worldwide community of volunteers to design and print prosthetics for those with physical disabilities and provide them at little or no cost. Professor Jon Schull of Rochester Institute of Technology explains the work & RIT's part in the project. Visit the Move to Include collection for additional resources.

3-D Printing Prosthetics Process | Move to Include

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Learn how 3-D printing has created a worldwide community of volunteers to design and print prosthetics for those with physical disabilities and provide them at little or no cost. Professor Jon Schull of Rochester Institute of Technology explains the work & RIT's part in the e-nable project. Find out how the kids that need the prosthetic help in the engineering design process.

Visit the Move to Include collection for additional resources.

Mobile Pediatric Stander Benefits Children | Move to Include

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Learn about the benefits of a mobile pediatric stander for children as an adaptive technology developed by Rochester Institute of Technology's Mechanical Engineering Program in partnership with an integrated preschool run by CP Rochester.

Visit the Move to Include collection for additional resources.

Hot Jobs: Investigate Illness as a Clinical Laboratory Scientist | Science Matters

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How do you track a disease? How do you determine if a blood sample contains a virus or a bacteria that could make millions of people sick? What type of information would you need to know to stop a disease from spreading?  Watch this Science Matters video to learn more about Clinical Laboratory Science and see if being an “illness investigator” is the right career path for you.

Braille | Move to Include

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Learn what Braille is, and how it used as a mode of communication and literacy for people with blindness or visual impairments. The Braille alphabet is based on a code of six dots that are raised up and can be distinguished through touch. The video shows students using a Braille writer to type Braille. Braille is a literacy tool that works similarly to visual print but can be read through touch. Visit the Move to Include collection for additional resources.

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