5 THINGS: on the AJA Helo – Review, how to control, who should use it, and quality samples (ep. 216)

On this episode of 5 THINGS, we’re going to take a look at the AJA Helo; a device that records and streams for your next production. Let’s get started. Hello and welcome to another episode of 5 THINGS – a web series dedicated to answering the 5 burning tech questions you have about technologies and […]

The 9 BEST Scientific Study Tips

Time for school And it’s no surprise that many of us are determined to study smarter instead of longer But which study tips and tricks actually work scientifically, and can help you get those perfect grades First step, research shows that study sessions are most effective in small short chunks Instead of cramming in a […]

The water cycle | Ecology | Khan Academy

– [Voiceover] Let’s talk a little bit about the water cycle, which we’re all familiar with. In fact, we’re all part of the water cycle, every moment of our lives. We might not fully appreciate it. So let’s just jump in the cycle. I’ll start with evaporation. So we could start with the surface of […]

Reimagining Classrooms: Teachers as Learners and Students as Leaders | Kayla Delzer | TEDxFargo

Translator: Noelia Castellano Reviewer: Nada Qanbar On the first day of school this year, I had a little boy, get up in my face and he screamed at me. He said “I hate school. I hate teachers. I don’t wanna be here.” I remember taking a calm breath, finding my biggest smile and I got […]

Kensington Aldridge Academy (KAA2) – The Fastest School Ever Built

We had to develop a plan very quickly and then despite changes to specification of the project, stick to that plan as much as we possibly could. It was remarkable how closely we stuck to the original plan. Making sure we maximised the amount of fit out that happened offsite, away from the customer site, […]

Unstoppable 9-Yr-Old Tennis Prodigy!

RICK MACCI: Gabriella goes after the ball, it’s like a heat-seeking missile. GABRIELLA PRICE: I’m 4 foot 3, and 60 pounds. MARC PRICE: Gabriella always wants to win at every single thing she does. MICHELLE PRICE: You can see that she has that passion, and she really wants it. GABRIELLA PRICE: I wanna be one […]

Steps of glycolysis | Cellular respiration | Biology | Khan Academy

– [Voiceover] So let’s give ourselves an overview of glycolysis. and glycolysis is an incredibly important biochemical pathway. It occures in practically all life as we know it and it’s all about taking glucose as a fuel and, in the process of breaking it up, lycing the glucose, glycolysis, breaking it up into two pyruvate […]

Pacca Alpaca’s Rio 2016 Summer Olympic Sports Day | Learn Olympic Sports Vocabulary in English

Pacca Alpaca is going to the Olympics, come along!

Indus Valley Civilization | Early Civilizations | World History | Khan Academy

– [Narrator] As we’ve talked about in multiple videos, some of the earliest civilizations we have found have been around river valleys, and that is no coincidence because some of the first agriculture emerged around river valleys and the agriculture supported higher population densities and more sedentary populations, and allowed for more specialization. And we […]

Regression to the Mean

Which is most effective for helping people learn: punishment or reward? Well, consider the case of Israeli fighter pilot training, because instructors there found that negative feedback was far superior to positive feedback. If a cadet performed a particularly poor maneuver they would reprimand him. But they noticed that on follow up attempts, his performance […]