Videos

Title: Carnivorous Plants
Description: This clip discusses the various types of carnivorous plants and how they function. 1955.
Channels: High School Middle School Science
Source: TeacherTube
Link: File
 
Title: Christmas Plants
Description: A few Christmas Plants explained quickly by NDCR students
Channels: Science College and University
Source: TeacherTube
Link: File
 
Title: Description: Plant STDs
Description: Lesson on plants reproduction part II.
Channels: Science High School
Source: TeacherTube
Link: File
 
Title: Garden Mosaics
Description: An interactive DVD about Garden Mosaics, a science education and community action program promoting intergenerational and multicultural understanding. Young people in Garden Mosaics learn from elder gardeners about plants and planting practices. Garden Mosaics is funded by the National Science Foundation. Available for purchase at our webstore: http://www.photosynthesisproductions.com/gmstore/
Channels: High School Middle School Science
Source: TeacherTube
Link: File
 
Title: Gift of Green - Photosynthesis
Description: This clip discusses the process of photosynthesis in plants, as well as the role of plants in foodchains and the environment. 1946.
Channels: High School Middle School Science
Source: TeacherTube
Link: File
 
Title: Global Science Encounters Discovering Agricultural Biodiversity
Description: Welcome to Global Science Encounters: Discovering Agricultural Biodiversity! Unlike old-fashioned DVDs, this interactive Digital Learning Tool (iDLT) puts you smack in the driver’s seat. From the moment you click “Get Started,” your hosts, outdoorsy Olivia and tech-savvy Seth, are ready to take you around the world to discover agricultural biodiversity. After each short video segment, you’ll be offered a choice of what to see or do next. But there’s even more to explore. Seth and Olivia try to stay on point, but, at the touch of a button, they’ll gladly sidetrack to delve deeper into a particular topic. It’s an adventure where you control what happens next. To order this DVD or other educational materials by PhotoSynthesis Productions visit our webstore at: http://www.photosynthesisproductions.com/gmstore/
Channels: High School Middle School Science
Source: TeacherTube
Link: File
 
Title: How Fast Are Fast Plants?
Description: An interactive video to support an inquiry into what it means to be a "fast Plant."
Channels: College and University High School Middle School
Source: TeacherTube
Link: File
 
Title: How to Plant a tree
Description: To celebrate World Environment Day children in Aberdeenshire plant 33 trees.
Channels: TeacherTube Tutorials High School
Source: TeacherTube
Link: File
 
Title: Origami Newspaper Seedling Pot
Description: This video will show you how to fold half a sheet of newspaper into a small box you can use to start plants from seeds.
Channels: Science Middle School
Source: TeacherTube
Link: File
 
Title: Plant Sex
Description: Lesson on the reproduction of plants.
Channels: Science High School
Source: TeacherTube
Link: File
 
Title: Reading Our Plants
Description: Plants reading education
Channels: Reading Middle School
Source: TeacherTube
Link: File
 
Title: Rosy's Space Adventure
Description: This is a documentary about an experiment with tomato plants that was sent to the International Space Station on the shuttle Endeavor on August 8, 2007.
Channels: Science Student Products
Source: TeacherTube
Link: File
 
Title: Stemming the Tide: Garlic Mustard Identification and Control
Description: A 13-minute online clip developed by The Stewardship Network in Michigan, focusing on garlic mustard ecology and control. Follow the Garlic Mustard Challenge link to source the video.
Link: File
 
Title: Wisconsin Fast Plants Life Cycle Time Lapse
Description: Here is a REALLY fast tour of approximately 40 days in the very short life cycle of Wisconsin Fast Plants. In only 2 weeks they flower, and in this video, you'll see it even faster! These are wonderful little model organisms for teaching everything from flowering plant life cycle concepts to environmental inquiries.
Channels: High School Middle School Elementary
Source: TeacherTube
Link: File
 

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