It’s Friday the 13th and Mr Duncan is out and about with another live English lesson

hey there or should I say ‘hay there’ hi everybody this is mr. Duncan in England how are you today are you okay I hope so are you happy I hope you’re happy I’m not too bad I’m a little exhausted because I’m currently taking a walk in the countryside and I couldn’t resist saying […]

Chess Candidates 2014 – Day 2 – The Redemption of Aronian

Hello everybody, it’s jrobi! We have had a HUGE huge day the Chess Candidates 2014, we are going to be taking a look at 3 games today, we have had 3 victors coming out of day 2! And the first game we are going to take a look at quickly here is Kramnik versus Karjakin. […]

How to Take Great Notes – Study Tips – How to be a Great Student – Cornell Notes

Hello my Socratica friends! We’re here to help you be a great student. Today we’re going to demonstrate a technique for note-taking called “The Cornell Method.” This method will help you take fast, efficient notes in class, plus it organizes your notes to make reviewing easier. You can also use this technique to take notes […]

The Feynman Technique

Feynman learning technique is effective full learning something new deepen your understanding of what you already know or helping you study for an exam the first step is to pick a topic you want to understand and start studying it. once you know what it is about take a piece of paper and write about […]

Newton’s First Law of Motion | #aumsum

Newton’s First Law of Motion Sir Issac Newton was one of the greatest influential scientists of all time. He formulated the 3 laws of motion. First law of motion. An object will continue to remain at rest or uniform motion unless acted upon by an external unbalanced force. Unbalanced force. These balls are at rest. […]

Grandmaster Chess Blunders #1: Can you spot the mistake?

Hello everybody it is jrobi. I wanted to do kind of a fun video series here, get it started off. I’m going to put these out here once in a while. And it is going to focus on trying to find the mistakes that Grandmasters have made in the past. And thankfully they make mistakes, […]

Genki English Awesome Teacher’s Set: Digital Flashcards, Songs & Games

Hi guys how you doing? I’m Richard from GenkiEnglish.com and i’m just going to show you today the Genki English software So this is actually the download pack I’ve got here and you can select all the volumes (no real life CDs anymore!) It’s all digital now! So basically you choose a volume that you […]

Chess Candidates 2014 – Day 3 – Symphony of Errors

Hello everybody, it’s jrobi! On day 3 of Chess Candidates 2014 we had a spectacular collapse in the day’s only win. Let’s take a look now at at Mamedyarov versus “The Assassin” Anand! Anand is playing black, Mamedyarov is playing white. White opens up with Queen’s pawn to D4, and we get into basically a […]

Grandmaster Chess Tactics #7: Can you spot the line?

Hello everybody it is jrobi. I have another Grandmaster Chess Tactics video that I want to do today. And it is based around a game played by Henrik Danielsen. For those of you who don’t know who Mr Danielsen is he is a chess Grandmaster from Iceland. And he is the only [the first] chess […]

Yamie Chess math learning toy for K-8 grades

Meet Joe. Joe wants to help his eight-year-old daughter Susan and his 6-year-old son, Steven, get better at math in school. their bright kids, but like a lot of kids Susan and Steven just need a little extra help with their math homework. So Joe spoke to his daughter’s math teacher Miss Phillips about a […]