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4Cs

These videos are about Creativity, Collaboration, Communication, and Critical Thinking.

Moving to Mars

A collection of videos to help you understand the possibilities and challenges of getting humans to Mars, as well as living on the red planet.

Planet Videos (Crash Course)

Here are videos for each of the planets in our solar system.

Let's Play - Rolling America Rules & Templates

Click the link below to get the template to play along. http://tinyurl.com/letsplay-RollingAm...

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Tuck Everlasting (2002) Scene: "You just have to live." (End of Book)

Jesse (Jonathan Jackson) returns home a century later, only to find that his love Winnie (Alexis Bledel) had passed after choosing a mortal life.

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Tuck Everlasting - Tuck explains why Winnie shouldn't fear death (after CH14)

"Don't be afraid of death Winnie, be afraid of the unlived life."

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Believe in Yourself

Part of Math Mindset YouCubed series.

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Strategies for Learning Mathematics

Part of Math Mindsets YouCubed Series

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Pascal’s triangle

Pascal’s triangle, which at first may just look like a neatly arranged stack of numbers, is actually a mathematical treasure trove. But what about it has so intrigued mathematicians the world over? Wajdi Mohamed Ratemi shows how Pascal's triangle is full of patterns and secrets. Lesson by Wajdi Mohamed Ratemi, animation by Henrik Malmgren.

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The Importance of Struggle

Part of the YouCubed Math Mindset video series.

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10 Natural Phenomena Science Can't Explain

Check out these worldly discoveries and wonder away!

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Ada Twist, Scientist (Read Aloud)

Read aloud of Ada Twist, Scientist

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Speed Is Not Important (Mathematical Mindsets)

Mathematical Mindsets is hosted by YouCubed.

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Labor Day: PBS Kids

Explains the history of Labor Day

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The Myth of the Scientist: Crystal Dilworth at TEDxYouth@Caltech

Crystal Dilworth has a B.S. in biochemistry from UC San Diego, and is currently working on her Ph.D. in molecular neuroscience in the lab of Henry A. Lester at Caltech. Crystal is a violinist, former nationally ranked Rhythmic Gymnast, former professional modern dancer and choreographer, an active member of the Caltech theater community, and a member of the team behind PHDComics.com/tv. As a scientist and communicator, Crystal hopes to chip away the mystique of the academic "ivory tower" and reveal researchers and their work as human, relevant, and "cool."

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Music for Your Chinchillas! Chinchilla Music, Relaxing Music for Chinchillas

This music for your Chinchilla is perfect for whenever you or your Chinchilla is feeling stressed or anxious.

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The Most Magnificent Thing Stop Motion

This is Stop Motion Animation of the book "The Most Magnificent Thing" written and illustrated by Ashley Spires. Ripped Apart and animated by students at Elmwood School in Ottawa.

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The Myth of the Scientist: Crystal Dilworth at TEDxYouth@Caltech

Crystal Dilworth has a B.S. in biochemistry from UC San Diego, and is currently working on her Ph.D. in molecular neuroscience in the lab of Henry A. Lester at Caltech. Crystal is a violinist, former nationally ranked Rhythmic Gymnast, former professional modern dancer and choreographer, an active member of the Caltech theater community, and a member of the team behind PHDComics.com/tv. As a scientist and communicator, Crystal hopes to chip away the mystique of the academic "ivory tower" and reveal researchers and their work as human, relevant, and "cool."

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Transparent, Opaque and Translucent Objects

You will learn about how light passes through transparent, translucent, and opaque objects differently.

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Light | The Dr. Binocs Show | Learn Videos For Kids

Hey Kids, have you ever thought what would we do without lights? Well, Dr. Binocs is here to light up your tickling brain cells. Watch the video so as to know interesting facts about light!

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Tinkercad Align Video

This is a tutorial video that teaches you a quick way to align objects on (or off) any plane.

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Freshwater Ecosystem Project (27BT)

Freshwater Ecosystem Project (27BT)

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Food Chains Compilation (Crash Course)

Maybe you'd like to just hear about one topic for a while. We understand. So today, let's just watch some videos about how we get energy. And how one animal gets energy from another animal, or a plant. It's all about food chains and food webs in this Crash Course Kids Compilation.

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Photosynthesis (Crash Course)

Hank explains the extremely complex series of reactions whereby plants feed themselves on sunlight, carbon dioxide and water, and also create some by products we're pretty fond of as well.

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New Mars Curiosity Rover Pictures (Feb. 2020)

We follow the Curiosity Rover on Mars as it climbs up a Martian mountain named Mount Sharp. We have selected only the clearest footage from Mars to give you a sense of actually being there alongside Curiosity. All the places that NASA has explored have been given nicknames, which you will see in the video. Some of the images have been 'white balanced' by NASA to give geologists a clearer view of the rocks. A quick summary of the Journey: Landing in the Gale Crater, Curiosity heads towards Yellowknife Bay, taking its first drive over 'Glenelg'. In Yellowknife Bay, Curiosity finds the first evidence that the Gale Crater was once filled with salty water. Curiosity goes on to explore the Bagnold Dunes and crosses through the Naukluft Plateau into Murray Buttes where it begins to ascend Mount Sharp. Climbing on top of 'Vera Rubin Ridge' provides Curiosity with a magnificent view, from where we started in the Gale Crater.

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To Scale: Our Solar System

On a dry lakebed in Nevada, a group of friends build the first scale model of the solar system with complete planetary orbits: a true illustration of our place in the universe.

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Could We Live on Mars?

What would it take for humans to live on Mars? We teamed up with Popular Science to find out!

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How Do You Land on Mars

Getting a spacecraft to Mars is one thing; getting it safely to the ground is a whole other challenge! This 60-second video from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory explains three ways to land on the surface of the Red Planet.

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How Do You Get to Mars?

What does it take to get a spacecraft to Mars? This 60-second video covers a few key things to remember when planning a trip to the Red Planet.

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We Brake for Mars (Part 2)

In part 2, JPL engineer Mike Meacham explains how an inflatable decelerator will help larger spacecraft land on Mars. The device will be tested at the Pacific Missile Range Facility in Hawaii in June, 2014.

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We Brake for Mars (Part 1)

NASA and JPL are testing a supersonic parachute under Mars-like conditions for future exploration.

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Could We Live on Mars?

What would it take for humans to live on Mars? We teamed up with Popular Science to find out!

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NASA's Journey to Mars

NASA began our exploration of Mars more than four decades ago when our robotic explorers were the first to study the Red Planet. Today, our orbiters and rovers have changed the way we look at Mars and continue to make important scientific discoveries that will one day pave the way for our astronauts. Aboard NASA's Orion spacecraft and Space Launch System rocket, astronauts will explore an asteroid in the next decade and return to Earth with samples. This experience will help us test new systems and capabilities needed to get to Mars. And right now, NASA is using the International Space Station to conduct cutting-edge research and technology development to help prepare our astronauts to take the next giant leap in exploration.

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Jupiter's Moons (Crash Course)

Before moving on from Jupiter to Saturn, we’re going to linger for a moment on Jupiter’s moons. There are 67 known moons, and 4 huge ones that we want to explore in greater detail. Ganymede is the largest - larger, in fact, than any other moon in the solar system and the planet Mercury! Callisto, orbiting the farthest out, is smaller but quite similar to Ganymede in many ways. Io, meanwhile, is most noteworthy for its tremendous volcanic activity. There’s also water on Ganymede and Europa!

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Uranus and Neptune (Crash Course)

Today we’re rounding out our planetary tour with ice giants Uranus and Neptune. Both have small rocky cores, thick mantles of ammonia, water, and methane, and atmospheres that make them look greenish and blue. Uranus has a truly weird rotation and relatively dull weather, while Neptune has clouds and storms whipped by tremendous winds. Both have rings and moons, with Neptune’s Triton probably being a captured iceball that has active geology.

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Saturn (Crash Course)

Saturn is the crown jewel of the solar system, beautiful and fascinating. It is a gas giant, and has a broad set of rings made of ice particles. Moons create gaps in the rings via their gravity. Saturn has dozens of moons, including Titan, which is as big as Mercury and has a thick atmosphere and lakes of methane; and Enceladus which has an undersurface ocean and eruptions of water geysers. While we are still uncertain, it is entirely possible that either or both moons may support life.

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Jupiter (Crash Course)

Jupiter is the biggest planet in our solar system. The gas giant is NOT a failed star, but a really successful planet! It has a dynamic atmosphere with belts and zones, as well as an enormous red spot that’s actually a persistent hurricane. Jupiter is still warm from its formation, and has an interior that’s mostly metallic hydrogen, and it may not even have a core.

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Mars: Crash Course

The fourth planet from the sun and the outermost of the terrestrial planets, Mars has long been a popular spot for missions and imagination. Phil walks you through the planet's topography, core, and features. We'll take a look back to Mars's past and makes predictions for its future, including the possibilities for human life.

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Venus: Crash Course

Venus is a gorgeous naked-eye planet, hanging like a diamond in the twilight -- but it’s beauty is best looked at from afar. Even though Mercury is closer to the sun, Venus is the hottest planet in the solar system, due to a runaway greenhouse effect, and has the most volcanic activity in the solar system. Its north and south poles were flipped, causing it to rotate backwards and making for very strange days on this beautiful but inhospitable world.

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Mercury (Crash Course)

Mercury is the closest planet to the sun. It has no atmosphere and is, as such, covered in craters. It's also incredibly hot but, surprisingly, has water ice hiding beneath its surface.

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The Academy Puts a Modern Spin on Irish Clog Dancing - America's Got Talent

The Academy Puts a Modern Spin on Irish Clog Dancing - America's Got Talent

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Trailer for The Jig- Lochlan Howard

Trailer for The Jig- Lochlan Howard

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Venus: Crash Course

Venus: Crash Course

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Mercury: Crash Course

Mercury: Crash Course

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Astronomy (Crash Course)

A Crash Course collection of videos about the planets and other celestial bodies both in and outside our solar system.

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Mom Teaching Reading Quran to Small Girl

Mom Teaching Reading Quran to Small Girl

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Somali Dance

Somali Dance

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Food Webs: Crash Course Kids

Last time we put a Polar Bear in the desert and we still feel bad about that, but there's a lot more going on in ecosystems than just temperature. In fact, there are so many elements in ecosystems, that if just one leaves or gets out of whack, it can be terrible for the whole thing. But today, let's talk about Spider Monkeys.

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Fabulous Food Chains: Crash Course Kids

Everyone eats, right? But how does that food get the energy to power you? In this episode of Crash Course Kids, Sabrina talks about the way energy moves, or flows, through an ecosystem and how that movement forms Food Chains!

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Feed Me: Classifying Organisms - Crash Course Kids

FEED ME! In this episode of Crash Course Kids, Sabrina has a chat with us about what living things eat to get energy. What makes something an omnivore, or a carnivore, or an herbivore? And how do plants fit in to all of this?

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A Colorado Town Goes Dark To Let The Milky Way Shine Bright | TODAY

In many cities across the country, artificial light is making it more difficult to see stars in the night sky. Reporting for Sunday TODAY, NBC’s Harry Smith travels to a small town in Colorado where residents are putting covers on lights in order to let constellations light up the sky.

GIF Creator Video Tutorial

A Walk-Through Video of GIF Creator.

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Getting Started Gamifying

This video is part of a new series on getting started. These are basic, basic, basic steps yet important ones not to be missed.

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