My World is Upside Down
Students observe a demonstration on light. They construct a pinhole viewer, and explore and discuss the concept that light travels in a straight line.
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When You Were My Age, What Was This Place Like?
Here is a lesson that includes many great ideas for investigating and discovering how our communities have physically changed over the years, and how land use changes over time may affect a community's water supply. The lesson's...
7th - 12th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Is It Getting Hot in Here, or Is It Just Me?
Currently, only 2.1% of global warming is felt on continents, while over 93% is felt in the oceans. The fourth lesson in the series of 21 on global warming is composed of three activities that build off one another. In the first...
9th - 12th Science CCSS: Adaptable
New Review How Thomas Edison Changed The World
Take a field trip to the laboratory of the famous Thomas Edison. An engaging video lesson explores the contributions of Edison to the scientific community. The narrator explains how his love of chemistry led to discoveries that changed...
4 mins 9th - Higher Ed Science CCSS: Adaptable
New Review The Science of Caffeine: The World's Most Popular Drug
Discover the science behind the world's most popular drug. Scholars explore the neural effects of caffeine in an episode of the larger ACS Reactions playlist. The presenter explains how caffeine impacts different neurotransmitters in the...
2 mins 9th - Higher Ed Science CCSS: Adaptable
What's the Biggest Machine in the World?
Which is the biggest machine of them all? A Real Engineering video claims that the biggest machine in the world is the US electrical grid and its components. It describes the first electrical plant made by Edison as well as various other...
10 mins 9th - Higher Ed Science
New Review Solubility and Reactions in Solution: How Does My Water Softener Work?
What is soap scum, and why does it form? Explore hard versus soft water with a video from JFR Science. The narrator explains why someone might have hard water, the factors that affect ion solubility, and how a water softener addresses...
11 mins 9th - Higher Ed Science CCSS: Adaptable
Is Our Climate Headed for a Mathematical Tipping Point?
Raising the global temperature by two degrees may not seem like much, but the impact this would have on the planet is amazing. Follow along with this short video as it examines how even a small change to a system can turn its regular,...
4 mins 7th - 12th Math CCSS: Adaptable
If Matter Falls Down, Does Antimatter Fall Up?
Step into the strange world of antimatter with an entertaining, yet educational physics video. Follow along to see how recent developments in physics research have allowed scientists to begin learning more about these elusive particles.
3 mins 11th - Higher Ed Science CCSS: Adaptable
Turn It Upside Down: Introduction to Computer-Aided Design
Students explore a computer-aided design program. Students chart out roller coaster design, computer graphics and architecture. Students focus on understanding the connections between mathematics, science, technology and innovation.
9th - 12th Technology & Engineering