Video Icon

Video: Math Madness

Video by Chuck GillSmall RSS IconSubscriptions Icon


Embed code ▼

It’s math madness, a continuous school improvement event, or c-s-i, that helps students learn math in a fun way, but this isn’t your standard workbook program; the developers, Casey Elementary school faculty. Suggested lead: Everyone’s going crazy. Army Sergeant Josh Tucker is in the middle of this mad house at Casey Elementary School. SUGGESTED TAG: This is the second year of the Math Madness program.


Web Views
27
Downloads
3
High-Res. Downloads
3

Podcast Hits
0



Public Domain Mark
This work, Math Madness, by Chuck Gill, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:01.24.2014

Date Posted:01.26.2014 9:48PM

Category:Package

Video ID:320296

VIRIN:140124-A-ZS680-776

Filename:DOD_101096266

Length:00:02:10

Location:CAMP CASEY, KRGlobe

More Like This

  • Students and teachers at Fort Bragg's Bowley Elementary School are merging science, technology, engineering, arts and math into a program called STEAM. Available in high definition.
  • The Washington Navy Yard's Starbase Atlantis Program recently held a graduation ceremony for 5th grade students from Bancroft Elementary School, located in Washington, D.C. The program offers 25 hours of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math curriculum, as well as hands on experience through several experiments.
  • Dating violence isn’t something teens are talking about.  It’s not really something many people talk about at all.  The fact of the matter is, it’s real, it happens, and today, Osan American high school students are learning how to recognize the signs of an unhealthy relationship.
Members of family advocacy worked with members from the community, and brainstormed the teen dating violence pledge event, which educates students about teen dating violence.  By signing the pledge banner, teens are demonstrating their willingness to not tolerate violence of any kind in their relationships.
Suggested Lead: students go to school to get a basic education on everything from reading, science, math, and every subject in between, but there are some lessons that can’t be learned from a book.  Technical Sergeant Sasha Michaud is at Osan American high school, and explains how Osan teens are learning a different kind of lesson.
Suggested Tag:
The pledge banner will be displayed at Osan American high school as a physical reminder to students of their commitment to recognizing and putting an end to teen dating violence.
MEMBERS OF FAMILY ADVOCACY WORKED WITH MEMBERS FROM THE COMMUNITY, AND BRAINSTORMED THE TEEN DATING VIOLENCE PLEDGE EVENT, WHICH EDUCATES STUDENTS ABOUT TEEN DATING VIOLENCE.  BY SIGNING THE PLEDGE BANNER, TEENS ARE DEMONSTRATING THEIR WILLINGNESS TO NOT TOLERATE VIOLENCE OF ANY KIND IN THEIR RELATIONSHIPS.
SUGGESTED LEAD:
STUDENTS GO TO SCHOOL TO GET A BASIC EDUCATION ON EVERYTHING FROM READING, SCIENCE, MATH, AND EVERY SUBJECT IN BETWEEN, BUT THERE ARE SOME LESSONS THAT CAN’T BE LEARNED FROM A BOOK.  TECHNICAL SERGEANT SASHA MICHAUD IS AT OSAN AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOL, AND EXPLAINS HOW OSAN TEENS ARE LEARNING A DIFFERENT KIND OF LESSON.

SUGGESTED TAG:
Dating violence isn’t something teens are talking about.  It’s not really something many people talk about at all.  The fact of the matter is, it’s real, it happens, and today, Osan American high school students are learning how to recognize the signs of an unhealthy relationship.
Members of family advocacy worked with members from the community, and brainstormed the teen dating violence pledge event, which educates students about teen dating violence.  By signing the pledge banner, teens are demonstrating their willingness to not tolerate violence of any kind in their relationships.
Suggested Lead: students go to school to get a basic education on everything from reading, science, math, and every subject in between, but there are some lessons that can’t be learned from a book.  Technical Sergeant Sasha Michaud is at Osan American high school, and explains how Osan teens are learning a different kind of lesson.
Suggested Tag:
The pledge banner will be displayed at Osan American high school as a physical reminder to students of their commitment to recognizing and putting an end to teen dating violence.
  • Young minds come together to form what Seoul American Middle School calls Science…Technology…Engineering…and Math; better known as “The Stem Program.” What is this class you might ask? Well, STEM Program is all about engineering design. It’s about teaching students that you have to think about the problem, come up with a solution for the problem, present it and try, try, try again.
 SUGGESTED LEAD: Imagine a group of students in a classroom where childhood toys is the topic of discussion, but what being built is tomorrow’s future. Army Sergeant Antonio Vincent visits Seoul American Middle School to tell us more.
SUGGESTED TAG: In April the students will test what they’ve learned with a toothpick bridge competition.

Options

  • Army
  • Marines
  • Navy
  • Air Force
  • Coast Guard
  • National Guard

HOLIDAY GREETINGS

SELECT A HOLIDAY:

VIDEO ON DEMAND

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Youtube
  • Flickr