Instructional Video has been creating award winning educational materials for more that 30 years. Our focus has been to introduce earth science, general science and mass communications to public school students across America. We offer our extensive catalog of titles on DVD disk many of which have been digitally remastered and available to enhance your classroom curriculum.
Geology videos which look at the various geologic and physiographic areas of the United States. Our cameras have traveled to specific regions. We?ve talked with geologists, glaciologists and seismologists. We show the student an overview of the state and look at some of the geologic forces which have shaped that area.
Introduce the science of geology to your students with our Geology 101 Series. From an overview of the general study of the earth, delve into geological specialties such as map making, to the processes that shape our planet.
The series deals with natural phenomena such as volcanoes, earthquakes, caves, rocks, glaciers and geysers and includes scenes from Mt. McKinley to the Everglades, from the Sequoia National Forest to Acadia National Park. Colorado geological history appears throughout the entire series and includes: the Great Sand Dunes, Colorado National Monument, Black Canyon of the Gunnison and Dinosaur National Monument.
A rare collection of video teaching resources produced by the U.S. Geological Survey covers important natural forces that affect and change our planet. Landslides, glaciers, environmental pollution and various ecosystems are presented in these hard to find programs. Students learn about a wide variety of topics from creating a simulated surface of the moon at Sunset Crater in Arizona to discovering the diversity of biomes along the Amazon river basin.
Build excitement into your mass media curriculum with resources from our extensive library. From its beginnings with newspapers to today?s cutting edge cable programming, our Mass Communications series covers script writing, video production, publishing and all of the nuances that journalism students will find important to their future careers.
Our science series contains a wide range of titles that apply to weather, biology and physics. Students may be introduced to generalized science information before continuing into more detailed study of Earth science.