# Recognized Educational Search Results

### How To: Determine math proportions with the Square-Cube Law

Ever watch a cheesy movie and say "That monster is so FAKE!" but not really understand why? Well monstrous monsters are governed by a little biological rule called the Square-Cube Law, a scientific term combining math, anatomy and physics into one educational tool to recognize theatrical baloney when you see it. Just watch this video to see the explanation of the Cube-Square Rule, how it works and its ramifications for our favorite B-Movie pet monsters.

### How To: Fix your computer when it won't recognize your CD or DVD disc drive

One of the most annoying of the many annoying types of errors on Windows computers is when you computer won't recognize parts that have always been a part of it, like the drives or keyboard. If your computer has stopped recognizing your CD or DVD disc drive, watch this video. As long as the drive is still connected, the steps in this video should allow you to fix the problem and continue using your drive.

### How To: Make an educational podcast

Many educators and institutions are already integrating podcasting successfully into their curricula — with great results. Podcasting enables educators to use music and recorded audio to enhance learning. The addition of photos and video to podcasting allows educators to add a wide range of visual content to their teaching and address even more learning styles.

### How To: Recognize the best possible hand in Texas Hold'em

Can you recognize the nuts after the flop in Texas Hold'em? If you are a beginner poker player this how to video is an excellent way to learn how to tell which poker hand is the best (the nuts) after the flop cards have been dealt. Learn to recognize the best possible hand and never be fooled again with this Texas Hold'em poker tutorial.

### How To: Recognize different voltage sources for electricity

This is a recording of a class lecture on Voltage Sources. The first part describes how mechanical friction can generate voltages.

### How To: Force a TV to recognize a PC

If your pc doesn't recognize your TV, this is how to force it to recognize the device.

### How To: Evaluate and recognize problems in the rack in an 8-ball pool game

80-ball is one of the many great games that you can play of your pocket-pool table, and involves all the layers of strategy of it's more mainstream pool game brethren. This video for 8-ball beginners will give you tips for evaluating and recognizing problems in different kinds of racks, equipping you to make the shots and decisions that will win you games.

### How To: Recognize the symptoms of canine kidney disease and treat it

Determining whether your dog is sick is and how is seldom easy, even for vets. Canine kidney disease is a very serious problem for dogs, and recognizing it early is vital to successful treatment. Watch this video to learn how to diagnose the symptoms and get your dog the care they need.

### How To: Recognize a backwards knitting stitch

In this tutorial, we learn how to recognize a backwards knitting stitch. Sometimes if you have to undo stitches, you may need to recognize where the stitches are so you can fix the problem. The front leg will be sitting in front of the one in the back when it's done correctly. If done backwards, you will be able to see the front leg in the back of the back leg. To fix this, you can simply take the stitch off, turn it around, and orient it correctly. Or, you can knit through the back loop to t...

### How To: "Hop" in Swype for harder to recognize words

There are some words that Swype has trouble with. While Swype will still be able to recognize these words, it will make you choose from a list of options. For example, you will run into this problem with the words "put" "pit" and "pot" because on a QWERTY keypad the letters "TYUIOP" are all in a line. In these situations, you may want to "hop" so that your texting stays up to super speeds. Check out this clip for an explanation of "hopping" from the makers of Swype and keep on texting!

### How To: Make iTunes recognize your iPod without restoring

If you've had an iPod for long enough, chances are you've had issues with iTunes recognizing it at one point or another, and the threat of having to delete all of your MP3s and other files has loomed large. Well worry no more! This video contains instructions for how to make iTunes recognize the device again without having to delete all of your files! All you need to do is gain access to your hidden folders, get into the iPod's folder, and replace the firmware. Brilliant!

### How To: Play and recognize slash chords on the piano

Slash chords sound like jammin' rock'n'roll riffs that are much easier to admire than to actually play. But in piano, slash chords simply delineate what chord you play on your right hand versus what note you play on the bass with your left hand.

### How To: Recognize the signs of compulsive gambling

Compulsive gambling is a recognized addiction, just like alcoholism or chemical dependency. Follow these steps to see if you might fit the profile. Recognize the signs of compulsive gambling with this guide from Howcast.

### How To: Recognize early signs of autism

Dr. Preis has received Top Doctors recognition in the last 10 years of Castle Connelly's Directory. This video is perfect for parents and gives advice on recognizing if lack of eye contact may be a sign of Autism.

### News: Microsoft's 'Seeing AI' App Helps the Visually Impaired Through Narration

When the iPhone first came out, using them seemed like an impossibility to the visually impaired. Luckily, the iPhone now provides a multitude of resources to make sure that the visually impaired have accessibility to the phone.

### How To: Replace the sky and make a UFO with special effects for a film

Alien invaders are a constant threat, so it is important that filmmakers continue their long tradition of making educational films like Independence Day to ensure that we know what to do when the invasion comes. If you want to make aliens films yourself, watch this video for tips on using compositing to replace the sky and make an awesome UFO / flying saucer.

### How To: Make a model of a space comet

Are you an active or aspiring scientist? In this free educational video from National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, learn how to make a model of a comet, and why models are important to scientists. Get started on a scientific road to discovery with help from this excellent video on how to make a model of a space comet.

### How To: Recognize the G Permutations for a Rubik's Cube solve

Need a little help solving the last part of the Rubik's Cube puzzle? Permutating the last layer could be tricky, and could get you back to square one if you don't know what you are doing, but don't worry, you'll be able to solve that Cube in every possible PLL situation.

### How To: Cheat on a test or exam, like a professional

Learn how to make the coolest and most professional cheat sheet ever! Warning -- this video is for educational purposes only. We are not responsible for any damage caused by cheating at school. You take the responsibility, because it was you who didn't study, right?

### How To: Identify symptoms of recent HIV contraction

It's sometimes possible to recognize when you've recently contracted HIV from signs and symptoms such as fever, rash, or swollen lymph nodes. This video will teach you how to recognize signs and symptoms of primary HIV infection that are experienced by between 40 and 90% of individuals after they are first infected with HIV. Primary HIV infection occurs during the first few weeks or months after a person first becomes infected with HIV. Symptoms include rash and/or fevers, possibly in combina...

### How To: Recognize if someone is having symptoms of appendicitis

Appendicitis is one of the most painful and potentially dangerous maladies that can afflict a modern Western person, and recognizing the symptoms early is key to treating the disease and ending the pain. Watch this video for signs to looks for to tell if you or someone else is suffering from appendicitis. If they are, get them to the hospital now.

### How To: Recognize hip dysplasia in dogs

Learn how to care for your pet with help from VetVid. See how to recognize hip dysplasia in dogs. Learn about Hip Dysplasia in dogs. Dr. Anthony Cambridge, who is board certified in veterinary surgery, talks about what Hip Dysplasia is and how to recognize if you dog has this problem.

### How To: Deal with prosopagnosia or "face blindness"

In this clip, learn all about prosopagnosia, otherwise known as "face blindness". This condition is rare and occurs at different levels of severity, usually as the result of autism or brain damage. Recently, Amanda Green graduated from high school in Minnesota despite her inability to remember or recognize people.

### How To: Find and eat wild Watercress without being poisoned

Watercress is an extremely healthy plant when consumed, however it can also be deadly if you select the wrong plant! How exciting. This video will teach you how to recognize the good and bad kinds of Watercress in the wild and use them as an effective wilderness food source.

### How To: Make a Star Trek Red Shirt costume for Halloween or a Star Trek event

No one in their right mind would ever volunteer to be one of the Red Shirts, the security officers from Star Trek who so often died during the crew's away missions. Well, it is a pretty easy-to-make and easy to recognize costume, so it might be a good choice for your next nerdy Halloween party or other get-together. This video wills show you how to make a Red Shirt shirt of a long-sleeve shirt and paint.

### How To: Use an old flash on a new digital camera

Old camera equipment like flashes and lenses are often praised by modern photographers, but getting them integrated into new digital photography setups can be a challenge. This video will show you some tips for using old flashes with new digital cameras, including a great trick for making your digital camera recognize the flash by covering one specific contact. Don't get a new flash, use an old one with the skills you learn in this video.

### How To: Deal w/ passive aggressive behavior in a relationship

Dan and Jennifer tell us how to deal with passive aggressive behavior with relationships in this video. Being passive aggressive is not really being open with what your feelings are, this ends up ruining the relationship. This will create a growing distance between people, because they won't have a way to talk about it. To get rid of this behavior, recognize that you have a problem. Then, recognize that you are feeling angry. Own your anger and then come up with ways to talk to your partner w...

### How To: Control asthma attacks

Limit asthma attacks by learning how to anticipate and prevent them. You will need: a medical doctor, knowledge of symptoms, warning signs, and triggers, preventive measures, a peak-flow monitor.

### How To: Understand the differences / similarities between squares, rectangles & rhombi

This math lesson from Yay Math covers four-sided shapes in geometry. Learn about the differences and similarities between rectangles, squares and rhombi (the plural of rhombus). The properties of rhombi and squares are covered, so sit back and enjoy this educational (and FUN) math lesson.

### How To: Beat the Flash game Grow Valley from Shingakunet

Grow Valley is an educational but fun flash game where you develop a valley with all the niceties of modern life, from cars to dams.

### How To: Recycle items into kid's crafts with John Lithgow

In this tutorial, learn how to make fun kid's crafts by recycling items that you would normally throw out. You will learn how to save things like cardboard, paper, old books, dirt and even an old shoe! Turn these items into something fun and educational for your little ones with guidance from beloved actor, John Lithgow.

### How To: Craft a Chinese abacus with your kids

Teach your kids about the ancient Chinese abacus, often used as a counting tool, with the help of a fun arts & crafts project! In this Simple Kid's Crafts tutorial, learn how to construct a Chinese abacus for fun with your kids. This is the perfect project for children ages kindergarden and up! Help your kid's get ahead of the curve with fun, educational arts & crafts projects like this one.

### How To: Caveman on a skateboard

Come along with Melvin the Nerd as you learn to do "the caveman" on a skateboard. His charming personality, hilarious mannerisms and speech are fun to watch as well as educational. Learn this simple trick in just a few steps by jumping up with one foot, pulling the board under your feet and quickly leaping onto the skateboard. In just a few minutes you'll impress your friends with your new tricks and have had a great laugh while learning.

### How To: Capture packets with the Wireshark packet sniffer

Wireshark is the world's foremost network protocol analyzer, and is the de facto (and often de jure) standard across many industries and educational institutions. This video tutorial demonstrates how to get the Wireshark packet sniffer up and running to do a capture as well as how to run a traceroute command. To get started hacking with Wireshark, watch this how-to.

### How To: Stand an egg on end during the spring equinox

Check out this highly educational science video tutorial on how to stand an egg on end during the spring equinox, but wait... does it have anything to do with the spring equinox... no, it doesn't, standing an egg upright has nothing to do with the first day of spring. A lot of eggs have little bumps on the bottom of the egg, so the bumps actually help support the chicken egg when standing upright.

### How To: Cheat on a written test

This video is for educational purposes only! Cheating is bad and it is not recommended. If you get caught, you support the consequences! If you "steal" want to cheat (ha ha, get it?), you can at least see a good way to do it.

### How To: Shazam for Mac Makes Collecting New Songs Easy

Shazam has ushered in an age where any song we like, but don't recognize, can be almost instantly identified. While the whole process is easy enough—just pull out your phone and hit a button—there are still moments where we might miss those quick and fleeting tunes.

### How To: Troll Your Facebook Friends by Posting Status Updates from Any Device or Even the Playboy Mansion

Depending on what mobile device you own, you'll see something that says "via device name" next to the date of your post on Facebook. If you're device is not recognized, you'll simply see a "via Mobile" note, which is what happens when I post from my phone. If you allowed your iPhone to be called iPhone when you logged into the app, it'll show up as a recognized device on Facebook, and will post "via iPhone." Same thing goes if you have a Samsung Galaxy S3 or Nexus 7 or iPad. It could also jus...

### How To: Make ocean in a bottle with your kids

When it comes to keeping your kids entertained, there's nothing like arts and crafts to help stimulate their little minds. So many different objects from home can be used to make a great educational project. This tutorial shows you how to take items from your home in order to make the ocean in a bottle. Enjoy!

### How To: Make your own non-toxic flea killer

Educational Specialist, Jennifer Taggard shows her viewers a very easy and accurate process to making non-toxic flea killer. This flea killer will not harm children in a household or any dog being treated. To make the flea killer, 1/2 of a cup of baking soda and half of a teaspoon of orange essential oil was used. The two ingredients were mixed together and simply applied and rubbed into the dog.

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