Completed in 2007
Basic concepts such as a water budget, stores and fluxes of water, and the flowpaths and residence time of water are explained, using old cartoons, stock imagery, and original material.
Middle school students use a giant protractor in the field, learning how trigonometry helps surveyors determine the height of a building that is far away. The students help each other to use a tape measure and a trig table that they call “that tangent thing”, to make their calculations.
“What Works?” tells three compelling stories of collaboration between schools, businesses, and students with disabilities who have worked together in a changing economy:
This show is from a video series: 16 shows, 5-6 minutes each
8 shows are in English, 8 are in Spanish
Each summer, families receiving benefits under the Women, Infants, and Children’s Program (WIC), are given coupons to buy fresh fruits and ..