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How Planets Form
How Planets Form

The various planets are thought to have formed from the solar nebula, the cloud of gas and dust left over from the Sun's formation. View Video

Lawson Fusao Inada
Lawson Fusao Inada

Lawson Fusao Inada meets with high school students at the Nikkei Legacy Center in Portland, Oregon, where he reads one of his poems and discusses living in a Japanese internment camp as a boy. View Video

Investigating Soil Composition
Investigating Soil Composition

By digging a pit in either Hawaii or Massachusetts, scientists learn about soil composition and how it is formed. View Video

Francisco Jiménez
Francisco Jiménez

Francisco Jiménez recounts growing up as a migrant worker in California and describes the ways in which his experiences have influenced his writing. View Video

Russell Leong
Russell Leong

Russell Leong talks with high school students in Los Angeles, California, about his experiences growing up in San Francisco's Chinatown, his love of poetry, and his writing process. View Video

Graciela Limón
Graciela Limón

Graciela Limón shares her Mexican American background with students in San Bernardino, California, and discusses her novel, Erased Faces. View Video

Ruthanne Lum McCunn
Ruthanne Lum McCunn

Ruthanne Lum McCunn discusses her biographical novel, A Thousand Pieces of Gold, and interest in the history of Chinese women in America with high school students in Portland, Oregon. View Video

Metamorphic Rocks...
Metamorphic Rocks...

Geologist Keith Klepeis explains how the extreme forces from a tectonic plate collision were enough to cause the folding and partial melting of the rocks on Lake Champlain. View Video

Metamorphic Rocks...
Metamorphic Rocks...

A rock outcrop on Lake Champlain has two adjacent rock sections: one horizontal, one vertical. Keith Klepeis investigates a potential cause. View Video

Metamorphic Rocks...
Metamorphic Rocks...

Keith Klepeis looks for possible sources of heat and pressure that could have deformed the outcropping at Clay Point in this continuing investigation. View Video

Minerals Are Composed of Elements
Minerals Are Composed of Elements

Minerals are made of elements, as is all matter. View Video

Modeling: Domino Math
Modeling: Domino Math

A teacher uses real dominos to help students explore properties of addition. The dominoes are a concrete representation of the lesson's mathematical ideas. View Video

Modeling: Story-Based Centers
Modeling: Story-Based Centers

A teacher uses one story to create eight story-based centers—places where students explore different aspects of the story, especially as it pertains to mathematical learning. View Video

Pat Mora
Pat Mora

Pat Mora reads her poem "Ode to Courage," and discusses her work with students in Sante Fe, New Mexico. View Video

Mountain Building: A Tug-of-War
Mountain Building: A Tug-of-War

Mountains are shaped by forces from below (plate tectonics) and forces at the surface (erosion). View Video


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