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Chemistry in Action, Reactions
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produced by Brian A. Jerome, fl. 1984, Visual Learning Co, in Chemistry in Action (Brandon, VT: Visual Learning Systems, 2005), 23 mins
Chemicals interacting with each other are one of the most fascinating topics in chemistry. Fireworks, burning flares, and rusting all illustrate chemical reactions. The different types of reactions are described, as well as the process of balancing chemical equations. Other terminology includes: chemical equations...
produced by Brian A. Jerome, fl. 1984, Visual Learning Co, in Chemistry in Action (Brandon, VT: Visual Learning Systems, 2005), 23 mins
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Electricity and Magnetism, Current Electricity
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produced by Brian A. Jerome, fl. 1984, Visual Learning Co, in Electricity and Magnetism (Brandon, VT: Visual Learning Systems, 2000), 21 mins
Students will learn how electrical current is generated and how electricity flows into their homes. The relationship among current, voltage and resistance in Ohm's Law and the differences between series and parallel circuits are discussed. The concepts and mathematical equations for electric energy and electric po...
produced by Brian A. Jerome, fl. 1984, Visual Learning Co, in Electricity and Magnetism (Brandon, VT: Visual Learning Systems, 2000), 21 mins
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Essential Science Series, Investigating Weather
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produced by Brian A. Jerome, fl. 1984, Visual Learning Systems, in Essential Science Series (Brandon, VT: Visual Learning Systems, 2018), 15 mins
Vivid video footage and colorful animations illustrate some of the amazing features of weather. Special attention is given to the active forces that play a role in weather formation.
produced by Brian A. Jerome, fl. 1984, Visual Learning Systems, in Essential Science Series (Brandon, VT: Visual Learning Systems, 2018), 15 mins
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Essential Science Series, Our Galaxy and Stars
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produced by Brian A. Jerome, fl. 1984, Visual Learning Systems, in Essential Science Series (Brandon, VT: Visual Learning Systems, 2018), 15 mins
This captivating video explores many of the amazing features of our universe. Special attention is given to our solar system, distances in space, and stars.
produced by Brian A. Jerome, fl. 1984, Visual Learning Systems, in Essential Science Series (Brandon, VT: Visual Learning Systems, 2018), 15 mins
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Essential Science Series, Plant Structures
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produced by Brian A. Jerome, fl. 1984, Visual Learning Systems, in Essential Science Series (Brandon, VT: Visual Learning Systems, 2018), 13 mins
Students will explore the basic parts of a plant including the stem, roots,and leaves. The video describes the functions of each of these plant parts using many real-world examples that students will recognize easily.
produced by Brian A. Jerome, fl. 1984, Visual Learning Systems, in Essential Science Series (Brandon, VT: Visual Learning Systems, 2018), 13 mins
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History of Life, Early Life
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produced by Brian A. Jerome, fl. 1984, Visual Learning Co, in History of Life (Brandon, VT: Visual Learning Systems, 2006), 20 mins
This program explores current scientific theories explaining possible processes by which Earth was formed. Fascinating animations illustrate Earth's early conditions that led to the development of life. The living conditions and nature of early life is highlighted. Other terminology includes: the Big Bang Theory,...
produced by Brian A. Jerome, fl. 1984, Visual Learning Co, in History of Life (Brandon, VT: Visual Learning Systems, 2006), 20 mins
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Matter in Action, Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures
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produced by Brian A. Jerome, fl. 1984, Visual Learning Co, in Matter in Action (Brandon, VT: Visual Learning Systems, 2005), 20 mins
This video explains the vital role elements and compounds play in making up matter. Vivid animations make hard to understand concepts come alive. Everyday examples of different types of mixtures help students realize the important role they play in our lives. Other terminology includes: elements, compounds, homoge...
produced by Brian A. Jerome, fl. 1984, Visual Learning Co, in Matter in Action (Brandon, VT: Visual Learning Systems, 2005), 20 mins
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Motion, Energy and Force, Simple Machines
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produced by Brian A. Jerome, fl. 1984, Visual Learning Co, in Motion, Energy and Force (Brandon, VT: Visual Learning Systems, 2000), 20 mins
The various types of simple machines are described, as is their effect on work and power. Students will learn how to calculate work and power, and determine how these principles apply to common activities. Other terminology includes: joule, watt, efficiency, mechanical advantage, screw, inclined plane, lever, f...
produced by Brian A. Jerome, fl. 1984, Visual Learning Co, in Motion, Energy and Force (Brandon, VT: Visual Learning Systems, 2000), 20 mins
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Weather and Climate, Climate
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produced by Brian A. Jerome, fl. 1984, Visual Learning Co, in Weather and Climate (Brandon, VT: Visual Learning Systems, 2001), 20 mins
Types of climates and climate zones are explained using familiar examples. This video explores why certain plants and animals inhabit different climates. The influence of temperature and precipitation on climate, and what causes a climate to change over time is discussed. Other terminology includes: topography, pr...
produced by Brian A. Jerome, fl. 1984, Visual Learning Co, in Weather and Climate (Brandon, VT: Visual Learning Systems, 2001), 20 mins
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Chemistry in Action, Compounds in Chemistry
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produced by Brian A. Jerome, fl. 1984, Visual Learning Co, in Chemistry in Action (Brandon, VT: Visual Learning Systems, 2005), 20 mins
In this program students will see how chemical compounds are placed into groups so that they may be studied easier. Acids and bases are explored, emphasizing their nature and common everyday uses. Carbon compounds are discussed. Colorful animations, vivid graphics, and live action footage help bring compounds to...
produced by Brian A. Jerome, fl. 1984, Visual Learning Co, in Chemistry in Action (Brandon, VT: Visual Learning Systems, 2005), 20 mins
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