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Just how small are atoms? And what's inside them? The answers turn out to be astounding, even for those who think they know. This fast-paced animation uses s...
Tags: Bergmann, TED, atoms
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Unbelievable. I am really impressed. I remember a video of you and Aaron running around with pretend lightsabers to grab attention. Now you are here. I hope my pace of learning is that fast. Can I ask about the production of this video? I see that you had help for animation. Any tips to take videos up a notch?
Again, major kudos!
April: why dont you send me an email and I can send you an example packet. (email@example.com) And in answer to your question about copying them: Yes you may. To have them play on a TV you will need to use a dvd authoring tool like Nero, but it will work fine.
It is me again! I am considering buying your 1st year Chem DVD package. I am a newer teacher to Chemistry and have a 16 month-old son, so these would help me out a bunch! Do you have a unit packet I can review before I purchase the DVDs? I want to make sure they will work for my classes. Also, I noticed on the website it says they are data DVDs. Would I be able to save them to a disc for students who need to play them on their tv? Thank you so much!
not off the top of my head. Why don't you post this in the middle school science forum and see what they say.
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