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Keeping the lines of communication open is a critical factor in avoiding low school morale. It's often difficult to stay positive when paperwork and administrative tasks begin to pile up, distracting from the wonderful experience of working with students. Kevin Scott shares how addressing issues quickly is a big part of leading and can help to build and sustain a positive school setting.
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Walter Lewin, professor of physics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, sheds light on everyday phenomena such as rainbows and what makes the sky blue. Watch Lewin create a rainbow right in the lecture hall and other exciting demonstrations in this engaging and creative discussion of physics that sheds what lies beneath the everyday wonders of our world.
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