A short video illustrating the intersection of math and history in the form of celestial navigation, or the art of finding your way at sea using the stars.
This explanation is designed for a 4th to 6th grade comprehension level and is not an official US Coast Guard video. For more information about the Polaris latitude sight, visit practicalnavigator.org.
This video is designed to serve as an introductory video for math, science, or social studies classes and to spark student conversation about practical mathematics.
This is two 1080p motion graphic videos of math problems, equations, and formulas flying by in 3D space. One of the video styles takes place on a blackboard/chalkboard with the math in chalk; while the other style is on white paper and the math equations written with a pencil or pen. Both videos are seamlessly looping for endless playback. Either one of these videos make a perfect concept for school work, trigonometry, college or university homework, a high school exam, homework help, solving business problems, etc.