Schedule: Oct 6, 2022
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News programs and informational shows produced by students at Del Campo High School.
Student created videos from John Barrett Middle School.
Square Root Academy your local ecosystem lesson 1
Square Root Academy your local ecosystem lesson 2.
NASA Ames 2016 Summer Series. The Earth’s oceans cover the majority of the surface area of our planet, yet our understanding of the marine ecosystem is limited. Dr. Block presents her work studying tunas, billfishes and sharks utilization of the ocean.
Aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 53 Flight Engineer Mark Vande Hei of NASA fielded questions about life and work on the orbital outpost during an in-flight educational event Sept. 18 with students from the Pine River-Backus schools in Pine River, Minnesota. Vande Hei is in the second week of a five and a half month mission on the station, having launched to the complex Sept. 13 from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.
NOAA is an agency that enriches life through science. From the surface of the sun to the depths of the ocean floor, they work to keep citizens informed of the changing environment around them.
From using the naked eye to the Hubble Space Telescope, there are many different ways we can observe the universe. In this episode of STEM in 30, learn the science behind observing, and discover the equipment that allows us to see further and further out.
In this episode of Science 360 we’ll learn about augmented reality, learning robots, and a glacier ice lab. Also we’ll have a Chalk Talk about The Tragedy of the Commons.
Learn about the different kinds of elephants from the past, see real fossils, and understand how various factors — such as body size, tooth shape, and habitat — each played a role in the evolution of the elephant.
The District supports the rights of students and staff to attend schools that are safe and free from violence, harassment, bullying and discrimination.
“National Suicide Prevention Lifeline | 1-800-273-8255
Elk Grove Unified Q&A on stress.
As we look to the future of CRC, we must look back at where we have been. This past year has been difficult as we all experienced a time of unrest in our community and nation, a pandemic, and isolation. To bring us all together, CRC will be holding a two-part Evening of Healing, Health, and Hope.
On August 27, astronauts Suni Williams and Joe Acaba hosted an interview live from the International Space Station with audience members at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Libary and Museum.
A brief overview of how the brain handles stress and what we can do to calm ourselves.
This workshop talks about how an English Learners becomes reclassified and what it means to be reclassified.
In this first lecture Professor Hungerford introduces the course’s academic requirements and some of its central concerns. She uses a magazine advertisement for James Joyce’s Ulysses and an essay by Vladimir Nabokov (author of Lolita, a novel on the syllabus) to establish opposing points of view about what is required to be a competent reader of literature. The contrast between popular emotional appeal and detached artistic judgment frames literary debates from the Modernist, and through the post-45 period. In the second half of lecture, Hungerford shows how the controversies surrounding the publication of Richard Wright’s Black Boy highlight the questions of truth, memory, and autobiography that will continue to resurface throughout the course.
Dr. Justin Gomer, Assistant Professor in the CSULB American Studies Program, critiques the entertainment industry and how it has treated race relations over the past 50 years.
Luther Burbank High School teacher Larry Ferlazzo interview from the Time of Remembrance Oral History Project – The Secret War in Laos.
This chapter in the Time of Remembrance Oral Histories Project: The Internment Experience, includes first-hand accounts from behind the fences of Japanese interment camps in WWII.
Richard Norton Smith discussed his new biography, On His Own Terms: A Life of Nelson Rockefeller, with Bill Weld, former Governor of Massachusetts; Larry Rockefeller, nephew of Nelson; and Sam Tanenhaus, New York Times writer.
Coming up on this episode of SEVA TV: We dive into distance learning, stand up against cyber bullies, clean our computers, learn to use a chrome book, and put an end to phone addiction. Stay tuned for all this and more from SEVA TV and host Juliana.
Anne McLean interviews composer and clarinetist Jörg Widmann and Sibbi Bernhardsson of the Pacifica Quartet.
In honor of Bullying Prevention Month, check out this production from the students of Heron School about lending a hand.
This workshop will cover the multiple forms of education available after high school such as community college, 4 year universities and trade schools.
“Soil – that mixture of degraded bedrock, decomposing organic matter, and microorganisms that nourish the root systems of plants and trees – holds 4x more carbon than vegetation. By changing how we manage our soils, we can increase the rate of CO2 trapping from the atmosphere into the soil carbon bank, while at the same time enhancing the agricultural productivity of a region.
Dr. Asmeret Asefaw Berhe, Professor of Soil Biogeochemistry at University of California, Merced, is a global leader in the carbon storage potential of soils. She sat down with Climate Now to explain why soils are so good at trapping carbon, how much they could hold, and what we can do to increase soil carbon storage.
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