Video on Demand — Instructional Television

 

108 Stitches: The Physics in Baseball

This multimedia project offers a science-based curriculum that uses the game of baseball to demonstrate basic principles of physics as set forth by the National Science Education Standards and the Ohio Science Academic Content Standards.

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The Pitch

The Pitch

The Hit

The Hit

Running the Bases

Running the Bases

     

The Flight

The Flight

   
 
 
Accessible Shapes: Geometry
Accessible Shapes: Geometry

Students will learn about spatial visualization; surface area and volume; and the study of lines, angles and two- and three-dimensional shapes.

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Student Videos

Student Video: Geometry and Spatial Sense

Geometry and Spatial Sense

Student Video: Angles, Triangles and Quadrilaterals

Angles, Triangles and Quadrilaterals

Student Video: Surface Area and Volume

Surface Area and Volume

 
Professional Development Videos

Professional Development Video: Geometry and Spatial Sense

Geometry and Spatial Sense

Professional Development Video: Angles, Triangles and Quadrilaterals

Angles, Triangles and Quadrilaterals

Professional Development Video: Surface Area and Volume

Surface Area and Volume

 
 
Ama-Zone! The Rain Forest Project

Are you ready for an adventure in the jungle? Are you tingling all over when you think about looking at pictures of snakes, spiders and other “yucky” stuff? Well, step into the Ama-Zone! Get yourself and your students ready for an exciting trip through the jungle.

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A Rain Forest Overview

A Rain Forest Overview

The Challenge

The Challenge

The Culture

The Culture

 

 

Biodiversity

Biodiversity

Medicines and Pharmacy

Medicines and Pharmacy

 

 

     
 
Antarctica: 90 Degrees South

This series goes south — so far south that it’s almost going north! — to discover the little-understood continent of Antarctica. Students will explore its biological diversity, the geology, geography and weather, and debate the necessity of balance between the desire for progress and the need for preservation of this important continent.

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Welcome to Antarctica

Welcome to Antarctica

Antarctica Under Construction

Antarctica Under Construction

Winter? Summer? How Can You Tell?

Winter? Summer? How Can You Tell?

     

I Thought Penguins Could Fly

I Thought Penguins Could Fly

Do I Need a Passport?

Do I Need a Passport?

 

     
 
Big or Small: Measure It All

Five 10-minute videos focus on how mathematics is used in the real world. Hands-on lessons match the topics of the video. A second component of the kit is a tour of Ohio using Google Earth. Solve problems as you travel around each of the five sites visited. The teacher guide also has companion lessons for each of these sites. The Web site contains the teacher guide, streaming video and some “extras."

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Air

Air

Land

Land

Sea

Sea

 

 

Time

Time

Space

Space

 

 

     
 
Blow the Roof Off!

Discover the power of hands-on, minds-on science as Blow the Roof Off! shares the fun and excitement of science and helps students find answers to all kinds of questions.

 
     

How Do We Know?

How Do We Know?

What Goes Around

What Goes Around

Let There Be Light!

Let There Be Light!

 

 

Is There an Energy Store?

Is There an Energy Store?

Where Did It Go?

Where Did It Go?

Let’s Move It Now!

Let’s Move It Now!

 

 

Inventions … What If?

Inventions … What If?

Shopping for Science

Shopping for Science

 
 
 
Career Connections: Get Ready for Your Career 3
Career Connections: Get Ready for Your Career 3

This multimedia package is directed at middle school and high school students who are considering life choices. One such choice revolves around what career to pursue. What steps will they follow to make this important decision?

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Manufacturing Careers

Auto Factory Worker

Auto Factory Worker

Tire Designer

Tire Designer

Automotive Sales Representative

Automotive Sales Representative

     
Entertainment Careers

Animator

Animator

Art Auctioneer

Art Auctioneer

Museum Curator

Museum Curator

 
 
Career Connections: Get Ready for Your Career 4
Career Connections: Get Ready for Your Career 4

Career Connections: Getting Ready for Your Career 4 is directed at middle school and high school students who are considering life choices. One such choice revolves around what career to pursue. What steps will they follow to make this important decision?

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Accountant and Bookkeeping

Accountant and Bookkeeping

Auditor

Auditor

Construction Manager

Construction Manager

     

Farmer

Farmer

Food Scientist

Food Scientist

Human Resource Manager

Human Resource Manager

     

Logistics: Shipping and Receiving

Logistics: Shipping and Receiving

Transportation Supervisor

Transportation Supervisor

 

 
 
Change My Mind
Change My Mind

Change My Mind is based on the concept that students will be bombarded with persuasive techniques in all aspects of their life. They need to recognize when persuasive techniques are being used and, in turn, how students can use them to try and persuade others. This project is directed at the persuasive writing process.

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Video 1: Appeal to Emotion

Video 1: Appeal to Emotion

Video 2: Appeal to Logic

Video 2: Appeal to Logic

Video 3: Appeal to Authority

Video 3: Appeal to Authority

Video 4: Loaded Language

Video 4: Loaded Language

       

Video 5: Bandwagon

Video 5: Bandwagon

 

   
 
 
Constitution Challenge

In the form of a game show, the Constitution Challenge multimedia package features both “the man of the street” and student contestants as they answer questions about the constitution. The components of the series have been designed for use as either stand-alone educational tools or as a complete package.

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The Constitution

The Constitution

Checks and Balances

Checks and Balances

The Bill of Rights and the Amendments

The Bill of Rights and the Amendments

Federalism

Federalism

 
 
Earth Motion3: Our Changing Earth
Earth Motion3: Our Changing Earth

Have you ever wondered how the mountains were formed or how the Grand Canyon was created? Earth Motion3: Our Changing Earth contains three complete modules that can help to explain these phenomena.

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Student Videos

Module 1: Earth Cycles

Module 1: Earth Cycles

Module 2: Plate Tectonics

Module 2: Plate Tectonics

Module 3: Transfer of Energy

Module 3: Transfer of Energy

 
Professional Development Videos

Module 1: Earth Cycles

Module 1: Earth Cycles

Module 2: Plate Tectonics

Module 2: Plate Tectonics

Module 3: Transfer of Energy

Module 3: Transfer of Energy

 
 
Economics Academy 101

Economics helps us understand how goods and services are provided and acquired (supply and demand). The focus of this project is to provide an understanding of the basics of economics, and to view economics with a historical perspective.

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Competition, Supply and Demand and Interdependence

Competition, Supply and Demand and Interdependence

Scarcity and Factors of Production

Scarcity and Factors of Production

Import, Export, Trade and the Circular Motion of the Economy

Import, Export, Trade and the Circular Motion of the Economy

Government Regulations and Tariffs

Government Regulations and Tariffs

 

Mercantilism and Early Economic History

Mercantilism and Early Economic History

 

 

 

       
 
Get Ready for Your Career
Get Ready for Your Career

The goal of this project is to help students match their interests and skills with a career path.

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Student Videos

Student Video: Physician

Physician

Student Video: Financial Planner

Financial Planner

Student Video: Meteorologist

Meteorologist

 
Professional Development Videos

Professional Development Video: Physician

Physician

Professional Development Video: Financial Planner

Financial Planner

Professional Development Video: Meteorologist

Meteorologist

 
 
Get Ready for Your Career 2
Get Ready for Your Career 2

This multimedia package is directed at middle school and high school students who are considering life choices. One such choice revolves around what career to pursue. What steps will they follow to make this important decision?

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Student Videos

Video Game Designer

Video Game Designer

Multimedia Journalist

Multimedia Journalist

X-ray Technician

X-ray Technician

 
Professional Development Videos

Communication and Emotional Intelligence

Communication and Emotional Intelligence

Financial Literacy and Entrepreneurship

Financial Literacy and Entrepreneurship

Digital Skills

Digital Skills

 
 
Gone With the Weathering: The Result — Erosion
Gone With the Weathering: The Result — Erosion

Did you ever wonder why the Cuyahoga River is so crooked, the Rocky Mountains are so high or the road by your house gets so bumpy? The lessons in this guide and the accompanying videos will help you discover how majestic mountains, crooked rivers and bumpy roads are formed.

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Student Videos

Slow Weathering

Slow Weathering

Fast Weathering

Fast Weathering

What’s Left Behind: Redepositing

What’s Left Behind: Redepositing

 
Professional Development Videos

Module 1: Earth Cycles

Slow Weathering

Fast Weathering

Fast Weathering

What’s Left Behind: Redepositing

What’s Left Behind: Redepositing

 
 
It’s a Gas! Math & Science of the Blimp

The workings of the blimp provide the framework for teachers to illustrate the concepts students must understand to pass Ohio’s proficiency tests.

The video series follows two high school students trying to win college scholarships. The two team up and decide to create a documentary about how blimps are made and how they work.

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The History of Lighter Than Air

The History of Lighter Than Air

Measurement

Measurement

Ratio and Proportion

Ratio and Proportion

Surface Area and Volume

Surface Area and Volume

 

Structure of Matter

Structure of Matter

Gas Laws

Gas Laws

Buoyancy

Buoyancy

Motion and Forces

Motion and Forces

       

Mapping and Navigation

Mapping and Navigation

Meteorology

Meteorology

Design Technology

Design Technology

 
       
 
K.C. and The Kidd

The Kidd is a detective who wants to be worldly wise and mysterious (which is tough since he’s really a softy). K.C. is his partner, the “kid in the computer.” When The Kidd faces a problem he can’t solve, your students will want to help as part of the Kidd Crew.

 
       

Campaign Kidd

Campaign Kidd

Kidd and the Contest

Kidd and the Contest

Write On, Kidd

Write On, Kidd

Space Cadet Kidd

Space Cadet Kidd

 

Kidd’s Treasure

Kidd’s Treasure

 

 

 

       
 
The Language of Trauma and Loss

The Language of Trauma and Loss is a series designed to allow students at the elementary, middle school and high school levels to have a forum for expressing feelings of loss or trauma that have occurred in their lives. The first three programs are tied to the language arts standards, and focus in on the needs of students. Each video gives an open-ended story, or dramatization, for the students to bring in his or her experience. The fourth program is a professional development video that illustrates the important role that brain processes play in the development of the child, what makes a “safe” classroom and what role teachers should play when dealing with students who have problems.

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Dealing With Trauma and Loss

Dealing With Trauma and Loss

Bridgett Bunny’s Ordinary Day That Wasn’t

Bridgett Bunny’s Ordinary Day That Wasn’t

My Best Friend

My Best Friend

Erica’s List

Erica’s List

 
 
Masters of Gravity
Masters of Gravity

Masters of Gravity is based on the All American Soap Box Derby, a tradition that intrigues children. Once we catch their attention, we can increase their interest in learning. This series combines racing and learning in a fun process.

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Data Collection and Analysis

Data Collection and Analysis

Ratio and Proportion

Ratio and Proportion

Geometry

Geometry

Simple Machines

Simple Machines

 

Gravity

Gravity

Energy

Energy

Friction

Friction

Speed

Speed

       
 
Math & Science Gumbo

Math & Science Gumbo takes the unique approach of using food and cooking to teach many principles in math and science. This series focuses on math concepts like unit pricing, fractions, estimation, units of measurement, area and so on. On the science side, the series looks at the concepts of physical and chemical change, preservation, refrigeration, enzymes, microorganisms and gas laws. The Math & Science Gumbo series is tied to Ohio’s academic content standards.

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Grocery Store

Grocery Store

Food Preservation

Food Preservation

Bake Shop

Bake Shop

Restaurant

Restaurant

 

Pizza Shop

Pizza Shop

 

 

 

       
 
Math nMotion
Math nMotion

Math nMotion tackles the very difficult concepts of Graphing Linear Equations, Inequalities, Ratio and Proportion and Using Data to Make Decisions through the use of racing Formula M cars.

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Student Videos

Ratio and Proportion

Ratio and Proportion

Graphing Linear Equations

Graphing Linear Equations

Inequalities

Inequalities

Using Data to Make Decisions

Using Data to Make Decisions

 
Professional Development Videos

Ratio and Proportion

Ratio and Proportion

Graphing Linear Equations

Graphing Linear Equations

Inequalities

Inequalities

Using Data to Make Decisions

Using Data to Make Decisions

 
 
Media Moments

This series helps students understand how television news programs are put together. Go behind the scenes to see how news sets are constructed to make the news more believable. Meet the people who work off camera. Discover who decides what news stories you see on TV, what news anchors do when they are not on TV, how news programs are designed to make you want to watch and how ratings are used to determine if a program is successful.

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Behind the Scenes

Behind the Scenes

Decision Makers

Decision Makers

 

Constructing the News Story

Constructing the News Story

The Business Behind the Business

The Business Behind the Business

 

 
The Middle Ages
The Middle Ages

The goal of The Middle Ages is to help students understand the basic concepts of this historical period, including the barbarian invasions, feudalism, the Crusades, the devastation of the plague, the causes of the Renaissance and the beginning of the Reformation. This is accomplished through hands-on and project-based activities.

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Blacksmith

Blacksmith
Lucinda Denton

The Medieval Tournament

The Medieval Tournament
The Freelancers

The Goths

The Goths
Captain John Stout

The Vikings

The Vikings
Captain John Stout

 

The Longbow

The Longbow
Robinhood

A Medieval Knight's Clothing

A Medieval Knight's Clothing
Sir Nigel Hack

Medieval Smiths and Weaponry

Medieval Smiths and Weaponry
Steve Bowen

Weapons and Armor

Weapons and Armor
Will Scarlet

       
Videos taken at the Great Lakes Medieval Faire
 
More Than Rhyme: Poetry Fundamentals
More Than Rhyme: Poetry Fundamentals

Poetry is using carefully selected words to create a specific emotional response. More Than Rhyme: Poetry Fundamentals helps students in grades 7-12 learn about the structure, usefulness and power of poetry.

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Student Videos

Introduction to Poetry

Introduction to Poetry

Poetry Tools: Double Denotation, Connotation, Sound, Repetition and Enjambed Lines

Poetry Tools: Double Denotation, Connotation, Sound, Repetition and Enjambed Lines

Poetry Tools: Imagery, Simile and Metaphor, Hyperbole, Personification and Types of Poems

Poetry Tools: Imagery, Simile and Metaphor, Hyperbole, Personification and Types of Poems

 
Professional Development Videos

Introduction to Poetry

Introduction to Poetry

Poetry Tools: Double Denotation, Connotation, Sound, Repetition and Enjambed Lines

Poetry Tools: Double Denotation, Connotation, Sound, Repetition and Enjambed Lines

Poetry Tools: Imagery, Simile and Metaphor, Hyperbole, Personification and Types of Poems

Poetry Tools: Imagery, Simile and Metaphor, Hyperbole, Personification and Types of Poems

 
 
One State-Many Nations: Native Americans of Ohio

A multimedia project that studies the rich cultural and historical heritage of the Native American nations that have populated Ohio since prehistoric times. Using the print and Web resources that support the series, students will meet the nations and their leaders through a fun and interactive collection of exercises.

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Prehistoric Ohioans

Prehistoric Ohioans

Historic Native Americans

Historic Native Americans

Native American Spiritual Life

Native American Spiritual Life

The Removal

The Removal

 

Native Americans Today

Native Americans Today

 

 

 

       
 
Phi 1.61803: Art in Math and Science
Phi 1.61803: Art in Math and Science

Three lessons included in Phi 1.61803: Art in Math and Science relate the mathematical concept of phi to the beauty of art. The lessons include formative and summative assessments, teacher resource pages, student handouts, a professional development video and more. A companion music video that resembles “Schoolhouse Rock” studies artwork that was exhibited at the Akron Art Museum to help students understand the concept.

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Student Videos

Ratio, Proportion and Percent

Ratio, Proportion and Percent

Interior Angles of Triangles and Quadrilaterals

Interior Angles of Triangles and Quadrilaterals

Sound Energy

Sound Energy

 
Professional Development Videos

Ratio, Proportion and Percent

Ratio, Proportion and Percent

Interior Angles of Triangles and Quadrilaterals

Interior Angles of Triangles and Quadrilaterals

Sound Energy

Sound Energy

 
 
projectRESEARCH: Consider the Source
projectRESEARCH: Consider the Source

Research is the tool that helps us to make informed decisions. projectRESEARCH: Consider the Source helps students in grades 7-12 learn the structure for creating a research project, from finding information to creating a presentation based on their work.

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Student Videos

Finding Information

Finding Information

Understanding Information

Understanding Information

Making Information Your Own

Making Information Your Own

 
Professional Development Videos

Finding Information

Finding Information

Understanding Information

Understanding Information

Making Information Your Own

Making Information Your Own

 
 
QuizBus: Dealing With Data
QuizBus: Dealing With Data

Students in grades 4-8 practice collecting data, presenting it in an understandable fashion, analyzing it through graphing, identifying ways data can be distorted and looking at both arithmetic and geometric probability (area models). 

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Video 1: Introduction to Data Analysis

Video 1: Introduction to Data Analysis

Video 2: Line Plots, Bar Graphs, Histograms and Circle Graphs

Video 2: Line Plots, Bar Graphs, Histograms and Circle Graphs

Video 3: Stem-and-Leaf Plots, Box-and-Whisker Plots and Scatter Plots

Video 3: Stem-and-Leaf Plots, Box-and-Whisker Plots and Scatter Plots

Video 4: Doing Data Projects

Video 4: Doing Data Projects

       

Video 5: Probability

Video 5: Probability

 

   
       
 
Secrets of Sherlock (S.O.S.)

Sherlock is a dog — a very smart dog — with big ideas that sometimes don’t work out. Your students will become “S.O.S. Trackers” to help him solve a variety of problems. Secrets of Sherlock (S.O.S.) helps teachers prepare students for Ohio’s proficiency tests in the areas of communication and skill integration. An extensive teacher guide includes explanations and student activities.

 
       

Travel Tracks

Travel Tracks

Food Is My Life

Food Is My Life

On the Right Track

On the Right Track

Grinny’s Danger

Grinny’s Danger

 

Mighty Bites

Mighty Bites

 

 

 

       
 
Sharing Art

Through visits to northeast Ohio art museums and schools and conversations with local artists, Sharing Art demonstrates real-world applications of the techniques taught in middle and high school art classes. In each program, students learn about a piece of art in a museum, which is followed by a local artist explaining how he/she does comparable art. Students then follow up in the classroom by creating a similar work.

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Clay Figures

Clay Figures

Watercolor Techniques

Watercolor Techniques

Found-Object Sculpture

Found-Object Sculpture

Pop Art

Pop Art

 

Mixed Media

Mixed Media

Slab Pottery

Slab Pottery

Illustration

Illustration

Ceramic Tiles

Ceramic Tiles

       

Abstract Watercolor

Abstract Watercolor

Caricature

Caricature

Clay Sculpture and Pottery

Clay Sculpture and Pottery

Wood Carving, Wood Sculpture

Wood Carving, Wood Sculpture

       

Electrostatic Art and Weaving

Electrostatic Art and Weaving

Textiles

Textiles

Metal Sculpture and Woodturning

Metal Sculpture and Woodturning

 
       
 
Shortcuts to Happiness: The Performing Arts

Shortcuts to Happiness: The Performing Arts features interviews with professionals, performers and students participating in the performing arts. Each episode gives a peek behind the scenes at what goes on and what it takes to make a performance happen. The series will be useful in middle and high school music, theater, TV production, and speech classes. This series demonstrates real world applications of the techniques taught in performing arts classes.

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Music Made Visible: Dance

Music Made Visible: Dance

Born at the Rise of the Curtain, Die at Its Fall: Actor

Born at the Rise of the Curtain, Die at Its Fall: Actor

Painting Pictures on Silence: Singer

Painting Pictures on Silence: Singer

What We Play Is Life: Musician

What We Play Is Life: Musician

 

Some Choose a Pen: Writer

Some Choose a Pen: Writer

An Adventure of the Mind: Director

An Adventure of the Mind: Director

Meeting Place of the Arts: Theater Tech

Meeting Place of the Arts: Theater Tech

To Imagine Is Everything: Video Production

To Imagine Is Everything: Video Production

       

Be Sincere, Be Brief, Be Seated: Public Speaking

Be Sincere, Be Brief, Be Seated: Public Speaking

Awakening Joy: Performing Arts Teacher

Awakening Joy: Performing Arts Teacher

   
       
 
Snapshot: The Decades

Using historical footage and narration, this series focuses on the social, economic, political and scientific events of each decade — from the 1920s to the 1960s.

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The 1920s

The 1920s

The 1930s

The 1930s

The 1940s

The 1940s

The 1950s

The 1950s

 

The 1960s

The 1960s

 

 

 

       
 
Speaking of History … Doing Oral History Projects

Collecting and archiving oral histories is a wonderful way to build community, present proficiency skills in a real-life setting, preserve histories that may soon be gone forever and make these collections available to the entire community.

Speaking of History … Doing Oral History Projects is a multicultural and interdisciplinary project built around the practice of collaboration. Schools, public libraries, historical societies and three universities are key players in bringing oral history into your classroom.

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Speaking of History … Doing Oral History Projects

Speaking of History … Doing Oral History Projects

 

 

 

 
 
Test Quest

Test Quest is a three-part series designed to help students study and pass tests, including proficiency tests. In the first program, students meet the Questers, a group of six students with different learning styles. Your students will discover their own learning styles — visual, auditory or kinesthetic. In the second video, the Questers tell us how they studied the information they were working with in episode one. They then take phone calls to address questions about study techniques and to explain to callers how discovering one’s learning style helps to determine how to study. In the third part, the Questers are contestants on a quiz show that poses questions about studying and taking tests.

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Questers Discover Each of Their Own Learning Styles

Questers Discover Each of Their Own Learning Styles

Questers Tell How They Studied the Information Learned in Episode One

Questers Tell How They Studied the Information Learned in Episode One

Questers Are Contestants on a Quiz Show

Questers Are Contestants on a Quiz Show

 

 
 
Ubiquitous Science

Ubiquitous Science contains four modules. Each module deals with Benchmark B from the physical science content standards in grade 8. Benchmark B states, “In simple cases, describe the motion of objects and conceptually describe the effects of forces on an object.”

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Student Videos

Speed, Velocity and Weightlessness

Speed, Velocity and Weightlessness

Waves

Waves

The Electromagnetic Spectrum

The Electromagnetic Spectrum

Newton’s Laws

Newton’s Laws

       

Professional Development Videos

Speed, Velocity and Weightlessness

Speed, Velocity and Weightlessness

Waves

Waves

The Electromagnetic Spectrum

The Electromagnetic Spectrum

Newton’s Laws

Newton’s Laws

       
 
White House 20500

Alex and Ravi, the two 8th-grade characters in the story, discover how our government works. The lessons introduce citizenship through a humorous and lively storyline that will maintain student interest. This series is based on the 17 learning outcomes students must master for Ohio’s 8th-grade social studies proficiency test.

 
       

Culture

Culture

Types of Government

Types of Government

The Constitution

The Constitution

The Legislative Branch

The Legislative Branch

 

The Executive Branch

The Executive Branch

The Judicial Branch

The Judicial Branch

Federalism

Federalism

The Bill of Rights

The Bill of Rights

       

American Rights

American Rights

Voting

Voting

Laws

Laws

Economic Systems

Economic Systems

       

Taxes and Trade

Taxes and Trade

Civic Responsibility

Civic Responsibility

Test-Taking Skills

Test-Taking Skills

 
       
 
Who’s Your Boss?
Who’s Your Boss?

Right here in northeast Ohio, young entrepreneurs are having remarkable success in creating and marketing new products. Who’s Your Boss? celebrates National Entrepreneurship Week by profiling the achievements of six northeast Ohio youths and the organizations that support them.

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Blaine Mickens

Blaine Mickens

Naomi and Noemi Romero

Naomi and Noemi Romero

Jiazhou Yang

Jiazhou Yang

Adrian Lindsey

Adrian Lindsey

       

Jake Penwell

Jake Penwell

Full Length Program

Full Length Program

 

 

 
 
You Be the Producer

You Be the Producer is a series designed to help educators and their students learn about the process of putting together a classroom video from beginning to end. The four videos follow students and teachers, from two high school classes and one middle school class, as they go through the process of producing better video. The concepts illustrated in the four programs include brainstorming an idea, writing a treatment, pitching an idea, creating a script, setting up a shoot, videotaping, editing scenes and producing a DVD.

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Beginning the Project: Planning

Beginning the Project: Planning

Before the Tape Rolls: Preproduction

Before the Tape Rolls: Preproduction

Start the Tape: Shooting

Start the Tape: Shooting

The Final Product

The Final Product

 
 
Western Reserve PBS Feature Program Be More PBS