Items Tagged as "Physics"

Κάθετες Δυνάμεις (διαδοχικές)

Subjects: Physics
Language:
Grade Level: Gr. 7 | Age 13, Gr. 8 | Age 14, Gr. 9 | Age 15
Posted: Jan. 21, 2013   Posted by: nikoskypriotakis
Summary:
Φυσική Β' Γυμνασίου, Σύνθεση Κάθετων Δυνάμεων

BJU Press Science Lesson 55 Energy

Subjects: Physics
Language: English
Grade Level: Gr. 3 | Age 9
Posted: Jan. 20, 2013   Posted by: cdickins
Summary:
A lesson on mechanical, electrical, sound, light, and chemical energy

BJU Press Science 3 Lesson 54 Work

Subjects: Physics
Language: English
Grade Level: Gr. 3 | Age 9
Posted: Jan. 20, 2013   Posted by: cdickins
Summary:
Covers work and simple machines

BJU Press Science 3 Lesson 53 Motion

Subjects: Physics
Language: English
Grade Level: Gr. 3 | Age 9
Posted: Jan. 20, 2013   Posted by: cdickins
Summary:
Leads children through lesson 53.

BJU Press Science 3 Lesson 50-51, Force

Subjects: Physics
Language: English
Grade Level: Gr. 3 | Age 9
Posted: Jan. 20, 2013   Posted by: cdickins
Summary:
Guides children through lessons 50 and 51 on force.

Action Settings: Adding sound to objects

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How do I add a sound effect to an image in my lesson?

Answer: 
Are you tired of adding boring old still images to your MimioStudio Notebook Files? Enhance your lessons today by adding sound effects to images using our amazing action settings feature!


Watch this short video for a demonstration on how easy it is to link a sound file to an image within your lesson. Not only will it add a little excitement to your lesson but your students will be amazed at what happens when they click on the image.



Would you like to learn more about how you can use "action settings" in your lessons? If so, you might be interested in signing up for a live or on-demand Mimio Quicklearn training session!


Question sender: 
Craig Bungo

Adding Question Templates to your MimioStudio Notebook Lessons

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Is there a limit to how many questions you can ask on a MimioVote test?

Answer: 
What a great question! You will be happy to know that there is no limit to the number of questions you can ask on any given test using the MimioVote Assessment System so feel free to ask away. The only issue you may run into, and this of course depends on your computer, is adding too many questions may slow things down a little bit when using the file. Just remember as part of our MimioStudio Software, your Gallery comes with wonderful Question Templates that are designed to use with the MimioVote Assessment System. However, you can still use the Question Template if you do not have the MimioVote. To do this, open your Gallery, go to and expand the Questions and Results folder, open up the Questions folder. Now choose the template you’d like, drag it out into MimioNotebook, resize as needed and add in your question and answer choices and you are ready to go! Left clicking once inside the template will open up the text fields where you can enter the question and answer choices. Click on the circle to the left of the correct answer choice and you will see a green check appear. You can change other settings by clicking on the icon in the lower right hand corner of the template. Once you finish, click outside of the template and it is ready to use. To reveal the correct answer simply click on the blue button at the bottom center of the Question Template. Please watch THIS wonderful video tutorial showing you how easy it is to add question templates to your lesson! Click HERE to sign up today for our amazing QuickLearn Training Sessions which are absolutely free.
Question sender: 
Emily F.

Frame of reference/Reference point

Subjects: Physics
Language: English
Grade Level: Gr. 4 | Age 10, Gr. 5 | Age 11, Gr. 6 | Age 12, Gr. 7 | Age 13, Gr. 8 | Age 14
Posted: Dec. 26, 2012   Posted by: shariroch
Summary:
These slides help teach the difference between reference point and frame of reference. Has map and scene with slight animation.

Using the MimioStudio Recorder

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I teach chemistry and physics so is there a way that I can record each step as I show students how to solve a problem using Mimio?

Answer: 
You will be so happy to know that we have exactly what you are looking for! One of my favorite applications, the MimioStudio Recorder, would be perfect for you to use to create a video for your students. To access the Recorder, simply go to the APPLICATIONS button on your toolbar. Once you press on the button you will see a drop down menu appear where you will find the RECORDER. As long as you have some sort of microphone you can record all actions taking place on your computer as well as the audio coming in. Click HERE to see a great video showing you how easy it is to use the MimioStudio Recorder!
Question sender: 
Craig K.

Angry Birds Projectile Motion Lesson

Subjects: Physics
Language: English
Grade Level: Gr. 11 | Age 17
Posted: Dec. 15, 2012   Posted by: pdalleva
Summary:
Using a screen shot of Angry Birds on google chrome in the Mimio Notebook, you can determine all equations for Projectile Motion.


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