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Learning How to Learn

The course teaches people how to learn: what happens in the brain, what effective learning looks like and how we can learn more effectively.

Invention Convention Fun Cast

Hasini & Ruchika share their invention convention product.

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In The Archives: Huffman Prairie Flying Field

In this pilot episode of In the Archives, we learn more about the Huffman Prairie Flying Field in Dayton, Ohio and it's importance to the Wright Brothers.

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Know Ohio: Island Life

Ohio's north shore is home to some unique islands - including Kelleys Island and South Bass Island. Ashton shares a little bit of the island life with us!

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Tecumseh! The Outdoor Drama

Learn more about this production.

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Scenic Stops: Fort Meigs

The Ohio Historical Society started the painstaking work of reconstructing Fort Meigs in the late 1960s and opened the museum to the public in 1974. The reconstruction of the fort on its original location was one of the Society's major projects to celebrate the nation's bicentennial. The archaeological excavations associated with the project uncovered significant artifacts that help scholars understand military life during the early republic. The Society marked the completion of major restoration of the reconstructed fort on Saturday May 3, 2003. The project was one of the largest of the many legacy projects the Society planned to commemorate the state's bicentennial year. The $6.2 million renovation included construction of a Museum & Education Center, new and renovated exhibits in the museum and four fort blockhouses, reconstruction of the stockade and outdoor interpretive signs and landscaping. The museum building is 14,000 square feet and cost $2.9 million. For more information, visit http://www.fortmeigs.org​. Fort Meigs was featured in Season 1 of Scenic Stops, a program locally produced by WBGU-TV highlighting landmarks and individuals local to Northwestern/North Central Ohio, Southern Michigan and Eastern Indiana.

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Learning How to Learn 16: Keys to Success in Your Learning

Wrapping it up and putting it all together.

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Learning How to Learn 13: How to Pump Up Your Brain

How exercise can help your brain.

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Learning How to Learn 10: Even Crazier Memory Tricks!

Tricks to help you remember things!

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Learning How to Learn 8: Working Memory

Using focus to learn something new.

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Learning How to Learn 12: The Challenges of Information Overload

How your brain helps you when you get too much information.

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Learning How to Learn 14: Surprises About Learning

This video describes learning surprises: sometimes what we believe about learning just isn’t true.

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Learning How to Learn 11: Memory Palace and Other Tricks

Strengthening the links of your brain.

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Learning How to Learn 9: Slick Tricks to Build Your Memory

Among the most powerful memory techniques is one that’s been used for thousands of years: the “memory palace”.

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Learning How To Learn 7: The Power of Recall

Recall means bringing an idea back to mind. Actively recalling key ideas has been shown to be a great way to help students understand those ideas and to do better on tests.

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Indian Mounds in Ohio

Here's a look at some of the Indian mounds that remain in Ohio.

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Great Wonder of The Ancient World- The Great Serpent Mound

The Great Serpent Mound is a 1,348-foot (411 m)-long,[2] three-foot-high prehistoric effigy mound on a plateau of the Serpent Mound crater along Ohio Brush Creek in Adams County, Ohio. Maintained within a park by the Ohio History Connection, it has been designated a National Historic Landmark by the United States Department of Interior. The Serpent Mound of Ohio was first reported from surveys by Ephraim Squire and Edwin Davis in their historic volume Ancient Monuments of the Mississippi Valley, published in 1848 by the newly founded Smithsonian Museum.

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The Unexpected End to this Lake Erie battle

The waters of Lake Erie may be peaceful today, but in the early nineteenth century they were filled with battleships.

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Bill Moose Crowfoot

The last full-blooded Wyandot in Ohio

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Learning How to Learn 6: How to speed up new learning

How to reuse old learning to speed up new learning

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Learning How to Learn 5- Learning While You Sleep

Learning How to Learn 5- Learning While You Sleep

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Learning How to Learn 4: What We Need to Know About the Learning Brain

How does your brain make connections? How can they become even stronger?

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Learning to Learn 3: Why We Need to Practice

Practice helps make changes in your brain

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Learning How to Learn 2: Beating Procrastination

Using a timer to help with procrastination

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Tribute to John Glenn International Airport

History of the airport in Columbus, Ohio

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One Word for Kids

Read aloud by the author. New Year's Resolutions for kids.

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Bet You Didn't Know: New Year's Eve

History of New Year's Eve

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Canals & Railways Speed Up Our State

Ohio transportation history

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The Great Black Swamp

Ohio Landforms

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Up

Memory Moment/ Ah Ha! Moment

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Shale Hollow Preserve

Overview of the park

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Navigating the Digital Atlas Virtual Collection

Access the Digital Atlas Virtual Collection here: https://www.digitalatlasofancientlife.org/vc/

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University of Michigan paleontologists unveil online showcase of 3-D fossil remains

Access the website here: https://umorf.ummp.lsa.umich.edu/wp/

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The Truth About Your Brain

Explore growth mindset with Thinky Pinky as he takes you through a exploration of what happens in your brain when it learns.

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You Can Do Anything

Most people think their intelligence is fixed. The science says it’s not.

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15 Facts for Filipino American Month

15 facts centered around the Filipino-American experience.

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Phantasmatron

Focus Strategy

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The Lily Cupboard

A story of the Holocaust.

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NASA- Show Me The Water

Freshwater seems abundant, but when accounting for all the water on Earth, it's in limited supply. Just three percent of the water on our planet is freshwater. A majority of this water, about two percent of the world total, is contained in glaciers and ice sheets or stored below ground. The remaining one percent is found in lakes, rivers and wetland areas or transported through the atmosphere in the form of water vapor, clouds and precipitation. Rain and snowfall replenish freshwater sources, making it vital to know when, where and how much water is falling at any given time. Using NASA's Global Precipitation Measurement satellite, researchers can track precipitation worldwide and monitor levels from space.

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Color Your World with Kindness

With this Campaign of Kindness we're launching a worldwide challenge for all people to make it A Better World in any way they can. Small actions make a big difference! WATCH & SHARE (http://ColorWithKindness.com) to help be a part of the movement!

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Greetings From Around the World

Showing various greetings

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Science 360: Heat & Friction

Friction and Heat explained

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Why your laptop charger is so hot

Physical Science- Heat

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Economics Intro Video

Economics and the Economy for kids

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Liberty Kids Episode- The Boston Tea Party

Samuel Adam’s speech @ 4:57 Reading History- The American Revolution Session 2

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"Give Me liberty or give me death." speech

Reading History The American Revolution Session 2 Patrick Henry's Speech @ 5:07

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Oh, the Places You’ll Go! by Dr Seuss

Animated read aloud created by Farmers Insurance.

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Unraveling the mysteries of the Kennewick Man

a mystery man whose origins go way, way back -- as in 9,000 years.

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Crayfish Swimming

Crayfish swim backwards with their powerful tails

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Little Things, Big Problems: Spiny Water Flea

Spiny water flea is a little crustacean that's causing a big problem for native wildlife. This unique looking non-native invasive creature is interrupting the food web from the bottom up. It devours the microscopic organisms that small fish depend on. Bigger fish, turtles, and birds, rely on a diverse population of smaller fish. This problem not only affects animals but the people that enjoy viewing wildlife. Voyagers National Park, in northern Minnesota, is working to keep this invading creature out of its lakes for the health of the environment and the enjoyment of future generations.

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Little Things, Big Problems: Aquatic Invaders

Zebra mussel, quagga mussel, round goby and other invasive species are causing havoc on Lake Michigan. This is causing the food web to become out of balance, and may be causing birds to die. National Park biologist and USGS scientist are trying to figure out what is causing this. Can this mystery be solved before the endangered great lakes piping plover becomes extinct? People can help, clean drain and dry all boating and fishing gear to stop aquatic hitch hikers.

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Little Things, Big Problems: Emerald Ash Borer

The emerald ash borer is killing trees all around the Great Lakes and is spreading through the United States. Not only is it killing trees in National Parks and urban areas, it is threatening the lumber industry that provides ash wood for Major League Baseball bats. You can slow its spread by not moving firewood. Burn it where you buy it!

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Little Things, Big Problems: Invasive Plants in Our Parks

National Parks are known for being beautiful natural native areas. What you may not know, threatening each of these national treasures are scores of invasive plants prepared to crowd out, smother, shade and poison the native vegetation. Park staff and volunteers work tirelessly to preserve these places unimpaired for future generations. The national park's needs your help, volunteer to join this effort to rid our parks of invasive species.

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History Channel Paul Revere

Paul Revere's role in the American Revolution.

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Hurricane Season 2017

Hurricane Season view from space 2017

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