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Saving A Lost Language

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The Cherokee believe everything in the environment, from crops and animals to creeks, mountains and even the wind – all have an intelligent spirit and play a central role in daily life.

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Colonizing America | Crash Course US History

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The story of America doesn’t start when the English colonized the country in 1607 – in fact, they weren’t the first Europeans to arrive, or even the first people to live here.

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NASA Chamber of Horrors

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Scientists and engineers often work on the same teams and think about similar questions, but they are guided by different (but related) processes.

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A Free Electronic Field Trip (EFT) Available Just Days Before Veterans Day!

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Watch Wednesday, November 4, 2015 at 11am & 2pm (EST) | The National WWII Museum is hosting a national interactive Electronic Field Trip designed for upper-elementary and middle-school students to teach today’s young people what it was like to be a student during World War II.

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Frankenstein | Crash Course Literature #205

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“It’s aliiiiive!” That memorable line was in “Frankenstein” the movie, but it wasn’t in the book.

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Curious George: A Halloween Boo Fest

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Watch October 26, 28 & 30, 2015 at 8am & 3pm on WMHT TV | This one-hour special celebrates curiosity, friendship and trying new things, all while providing safe and family-friendly holiday entertainment.

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Zombies and Calculus

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If you knew more about tangent vectors, do you think you could escape the clutches of a zombie?

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Brewing the Perfect Cup

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What can the coffee roasting process teach us about math?

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The Human Spark | Scanning the Brain

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In this video from The Human Spark, Alan Alda talks with Dr. Todd Preuss on the subject of the brain and how it functions.

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More Than an Image

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In this lesson based on NOVA’s "Mystery of the Senses: Vision,” students explore how their eyes receive visual information from the world around them, and how our brain makes sense of it.

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