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The 3 Essential Techniques, Episode 2, Your Most Powerful Type of Memory & How to Use It
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directed by Kyle Buchanan, fl. 2016; presented by Kyle Buchanan, fl. 2016; produced by Memorize Academy, in The 3 Essential Techniques, Episode 2 (Toowoomba, Queensland: Memorize Academy, 2017), 11 mins,
Source: www.memorize.academy
This is probably one of the best and most clear videos in my Amazing Memory series EVER. Learn about your most powerful type of memory (that so few people use), demonstrate to yourself how stunning it is, and find out about a simple technique anyone can use straight away. This is the comprehensive version of YouTu...
directed by Kyle Buchanan, fl. 2016; presented by Kyle Buchanan, fl. 2016; produced by Memorize Academy, in The 3 Essential Techniques, Episode 2 (Toowoomba, Queensland: Memorize Academy, 2017), 11 mins,
Source: www.memorize.academy
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The 5 Principles of Memorization, Episode 2, The 5 Foundation Principles of Memorization
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directed by Kyle Buchanan, fl. 2016; presented by Kyle Buchanan, fl. 2016; produced by Memorize Academy, in The 5 Principles of Memorization, Episode 2 (Toowoomba, Queensland: Memorize Academy, 2017), 16 mins,
Source: www.memorize.academy
Effective memorization is based on 5 basic principles. When a memory techniques uses these techniques, information will stick in your memory like super glue!  Visit https://www.memorize.academy/ to learn more.
directed by Kyle Buchanan, fl. 2016; presented by Kyle Buchanan, fl. 2016; produced by Memorize Academy, in The 5 Principles of Memorization, Episode 2 (Toowoomba, Queensland: Memorize Academy, 2017), 16 mins,
Source: www.memorize.academy
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Action! Teacher Video, 10, Secondary Science
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produced by Illumina Digital, in Action! Teacher Video, 10 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2006), 14 mins
Wouldn't it be great if teachers had the opportunity to produce their own videos and have them broadcast on Teachers' TV? Well, that's what Action! Teacher Video is all about; and in this episode you can see a video created by Mark Lawrenson, a teacher from Bungay High School in Suffolk. The video, called 'Intro...
produced by Illumina Digital, in Action! Teacher Video, 10 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2006), 14 mins
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Activators: Classroom Strategies for Engaging Middle and High School Students
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(Cambridge, MA: Educators for Social Responsibility, 2013, originally published 2013), 256 page(s)
Activators: Classroom Strategies for Engaging Middle and High School Students is a key resource for teachers in grades 6-12. This unique resource is a deep dive into Activators, a core teaching practice that incorporates individual think time with purposeful social interaction to increase emotional, cognitive, and...
(Cambridge, MA: Educators for Social Responsibility, 2013, originally published 2013), 256 page(s)
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After School Programs, Program Activities: Fostering the Development of the School-Age Child
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produced by David Cottrell, in After School Programs (Chicago, IL: Magna Systems, 2005), 29 mins

Program Activities

The focus of the video is to demonstrate how the visual and performing arts, collaboration, journal writing, projects, exploration of materials, documentation and reading contribute to the literacy development of school age children. These activities foster both individual and group projects tha...

produced by David Cottrell, in After School Programs (Chicago, IL: Magna Systems, 2005), 29 mins
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Anatomy and Physiology, The Sensory System
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in Anatomy and Physiology (Bozeman, MT: Bozeman Science), 11 mins
Paul Andersen explains how we perceive our environment using our sensory system. He starts with a brief discussion of action potentials and the nervous system. He shows that we many more than five senses. He goes into more detail to show how humans smell, see and hear.
in Anatomy and Physiology (Bozeman, MT: Bozeman Science), 11 mins
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Anatomy and Physiology, The Respiratory System
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in Anatomy and Physiology (Bozeman, MT: Bozeman Science, 2015), 9 mins
Paul Andersen starts this video with a description of the respiratory surface. He explains how worms, insects, fish and mammals take in oxygen and release carbon dioxide. He then tours the major organs of the respiratory system; from the pharynx to the trachea, bronchus, bronchiole and alveoli. He also explains ho...
in Anatomy and Physiology (Bozeman, MT: Bozeman Science, 2015), 9 mins
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AP Physics, Center of Mass
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in AP Physics (Bozeman, MT: Bozeman Science, 2015), 8 mins
In this video Paul Andersen explains how the center of mass of an object represents the average position of matter in an object. The center of mass of a system is a combination of all the objects within the system. As long as no external torque is applied to the system the center of mass will be conserved.
in AP Physics (Bozeman, MT: Bozeman Science, 2015), 8 mins
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Authentic Assessment, Parents: Our Most Important Resource
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produced by Ula Woronko, in Authentic Assessment (Chicago, IL: Learning Seed, 2004), 27 mins
The module begins with an education coordinator sharing information regarding assessment at a Parent Meeting. The process of developing the portfolio, the formal checklist and the parent report form is explained. In the second part of the video, a pre-school child is observed by a teacher in the classroom. The tea...
produced by Ula Woronko, in Authentic Assessment (Chicago, IL: Learning Seed, 2004), 27 mins
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BETT Report 2009, 1, BETT Report 2009: Episode 3
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produced by Brook Lapping Productions, in BETT Report 2009, 1 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2008), 18 mins
The world’s largest educational technology event is back at Olympia for another year, and celebrating its 25th anniversary. BETT 2009 houses over 600 exhibitors and welcomes around 30,000 visitors from around the globe. Matthew Tosh reports from the first day of the show, seeking out what new and exciting innov...
produced by Brook Lapping Productions, in BETT Report 2009, 1 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2008), 18 mins
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