You are a ghost. No one can hear you, see you, or feel you. Recently, you've started to haunt a college student around your age. They'd be your best friend if you could only communicate, you're sure of it. And then, one day, they look up and ask you "why do you keep following me?"
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Check out our flipped classroom animated math lesson on finding and using slope! This lesson is perfect for students with a visual learning preference and is aligned with the common core learning standards for Algebra I. You can access all of our video lessons at youtube.com/mashupmath!
To introduce my Force and Motion unit: Funny Story. True Story. A story told like never before. "Best Idea Ever" is a funny take on the actual anecdote of Sir Newton and the apple. Made as my final graduation film at Sheridan College's Computer Animation Program. Softwares used in production are as follows. • Maya 2010 • Adobe After Effects CS4 • Adobe Premiere CS4 • Adobe P...
【ANIMATED】Welcome To Night Vale opening "As our first year at Animation College is coming to a close, we were given two weeks to work on our own personal project. So naturally, we decided to animate the opening of Welcome To Night Vale! Enjoy! ٩(^ᴗ^)۶"
One of the best photosynthesis animations on the web. This animation shows aspects of light energy, leaf structure, chloroplast structure, and stages of photosynthesis. McGraw-Hill, Pinned by Science with Mrs. Lau