Global 3000 - The Globalization Program Global 3000 – DW’s globalization magazine looks at the issues that are moving us today, and shows how people are living with the opportunities and risks of globalization. American toddlers learn Chinese. Afghans study Thai ways of doing things. Mapuche Indians from Patagonia want to take Benetton to court. Global 3000 – widening horizons by examining the global consequences of local actions – and vice-versa. Doctor Mad Science Cool Science Experiments for Kids | Grape + Microwave = Plasma Fireworks 11,941 views 6 months ago Put a grape in the microwave and watch it become plasma fireworks. When you cut a grape ALMOST in half, and put it in the microwave, it will create plasma and make an awesome reaction. Step 1: Put a grape on a ceramic plate Step 2: Cute the grape almost in half. Keep part of the grape connectedStep 3: Put the grape and plate in the microwave Step 4: Put it in for 5 secondsStep 5: Watch the grape and microwave turn into plasma Adult Supervision is Required! For collaborations and business inquiries, please contact via Channel Pages:
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TheQuirkles Check out all these awesome Quirkles characters that are full of easy science experiments for children. Watch this introduction to The Quirkles and discover why everyone is talking about these wonderful little scientists and their cool, simple, and fun science experiments for kids! The Quirkles® are 26 imaginary scientists that help children everyday, all over the world, develop a love and appreciation for science. They are an educational based series of books that offer an easy new way to integrate literacy and fun science at school or at home for kids. Each book is full of vocabulary builders, character education lessons, and two related easy science experiments for children that allow for hands on activities, helping to reinforce the topics that were just read. If you liked this video please leave a comment so the Quirkles authors know you want them to keep making more.
Science With Mrs Lau Teaching Resources I teach high school science and math. I have taught for 5 years in private and public school. I have taught and tutored all levels and all types of science! I use a mixture of demonstrations, step-by-step tutorials plus question sets, and hands-on-learning activities. Proud sponsor and mentor of several local and regional science fair winners. Masters in Biology from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, '07 Bachelors in Genetics from Rutgers University, '05
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SponholtzProductions Contents:Chapter 1: Why Hybridization Theory was Developed, Why is it Important to Visualize Atoms within a Molecule in Three-Dimensions. Chapter 2: Review of s and p Atomic Orbitals, How sp3 Carbon Formed, Shape of sp3 Orbitals and Angles, Representation on Blackboard or in Book, Sigma Bonds, Free- Rotation of C-C Sigma Bonds, Conformational Analysis, Energy of Eclipsed and Staggered Conformations, Newman Projections, Dihedral Angles, Barrier of Rotation. Narration: Gordon W. Gribble, PH.D., Dartmouth CollegeFull DVD available at Including:Chapter 3: How sp2 Carbon Formed, Shape of sp2 Orbitals and Angles, Representation on Blackboard or in Book, pi Bonds, Electron Density and Geometry of Double Bond, How to Draw Double Bonds in 3-D, Geometric Isomers (E and Z), Isomerization of Geometric Isomers.
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Welcome to Reactions in Chemistry Unit 1.6 The Mole This section deals with the concept of the mole. Interviews with students reveal their uncertainty about the concept. An activity is presented to help students visualize what a mole is by combining a familiar game with chemical calculations. Video program cues: 33:40-42:40 What is a mole? Students’ ideas "I think this is the 6.02x1023 thing…." "Something that hunches underground-an animal-and it digs…." "It's used for calculating lots of chemistry equations…." Link National Mole Day home page. About the mole "The primary unit for the amount of substance in a chemical element is the mole, and if you are talking about the stoichiometry of a reaction, the mole is the basis for that." Dr. Reading Rohrig, B. (2000) 'Fizzy Drinks: Stoichiometry You Can Taste, 'Journal of Chemical Education, Vol. 77, No. 12, pp: 1608A-1608B. Periodic Table hopscotch laboratory Leslie Pierce helps her students visualize the mole through a fun activity based on calculations. Activity Links