If you want to know where you are, you need a good clock. For centuries sailors have used clocks to locate where they are out at sea. Today we use synchronized clocks and orbiting satellites for location. In this episode of STEM in 30, we take a look at the challenges of navigating at sea, in the sky, and even in space.
Ian Clark, principal investigator for the Low Density Supersonic Decelerator project at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, discussed the Mars Science Laboratory landing and described the process and technologies used to land the Curiosity Rover on Mars.
Community Keynotes: Emotional Intelligence. Dr. Marc Brackett, the director of the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence, provides insights on how social and emotional learning can enhance school climate and academic performance.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to go into space? How about living and working in there? In this program we explore those questions as well as the benefits and challenges of living and working in space.
The Fairfax Network returns to the Folger Shakespeare Library to examine one of Shakespeare’s most evil characters, Richard III—Folger Director, Dr. Michael Witmore, discusses how a play written over 400 years ago still resonates with today's audience
El Camino Fundamental High School's Center for the Arts is on track for a January 2019 grand opening. On Feb. 15, students and staff received the opportunity to sign the final steel beam that will be hung inside the new theater.
After selling twenty million books, the adventures of Artemis Fowl come to an end with the publication of The Last Guardian. In this episode he talks to his fans about fairy magic, Irish inspiration, and why Artemis and Captain Holly Short are such endearing characters.
Guitar for Beginners by Joseph Gonsolis at Luther Burbank HS.
Student DV features student work entered in the annual SEVA (Student Educational Video Awards) contest. Open to all Sacramento County K-20 students, the SEVAs provide a variety of categories to express an educational message — PSA, school news/events, documentary, instructional and creative expression.
NASA Ames 2015 Summer Series. A strong mission guides actions and conduct, and focused guidelines can help achieve great objectives. Chuck Duff is the former Director of Center Operations at NASA Ames Research Center, one of the nation's premiere aerospace research laboratories.
The String Project provides group lessons in violin and cello for children taught by the dedicated and talented CSUS School of Music undergraduate and graduate teachers. Friends and families enjoyed a concert by the students of the String Project.
Math Generation is a series from the Elk Grove Unified School District that captures best practices and presentations that build knowledge and provide content for PLC work at school sites while teaching Math at Common Core State Standards. Watch students at Barbara Comstock Morse Elementary School learn Number Talks strategies
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