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WEEK OF NOVEMBER 12, 2018

Scroll through the GCPS TV Schedule above for a complete listing of programs and air times this week.
 

DISTRICT NEWS

in5ive – Week of November 12, 2018

This edition of in5ive is dedicated entirely to our outstanding Teachers of the Year.  Last Thursday evening all local school Teachers of the Year were celebrated for their exceptional dedication to their professions.    Among the six finalists, level TOTY winners were announced for Elementary, Middle, and High School.  Finalist Heidi Campbell from Parkview High School is recognized as our 2019 Gwinnett County Teacher of the Year
Produced by GCPS TV
Click here to watch the program. (5 minutes)

HISTORY

African American Faces of the Civil War: An Album  

A renowned collector of Civil War photographs and a prodigious researcher, Ronald S. Coddington, discusses the third volume in his series on Civil War soldiers, which contains previously unpublished photographs of African American Civil War participants -- many of whom fought to secure their freedom. Coddington combines compelling archival images with biographical stories that reveal the human side of the war.
Library of Congress
Click here to view the program. (56 minutes)

SCIENCE AND RESEARCH

A Device Turns Desert Air into Water

Last October, a University of California, Berkeley, team headed down to the Arizona desert, plopped their newest prototype water harvester into the backyard of a tract home and started sucking water out of the air without any power other than sunlight. The successful field test of their larger, next generation harvester proved what the team had predicted earlier in 2017: that the water harvester can extract drinkable water every day/night cycle at very low humidity and at low cost, making it ideal for people living in arid, water-starved areas of the world.
Science 360
Click here to watch the video. (3 minutes)

SCIENCE AND SPACE

STEM in 30:  The Biology of Long Term Spaceflight

Since the first humans launched into space in 1961, there have been questions about how the human body would react to being beyond Earth’s atmosphere. While most of the basic questions have been answered, many remain, and are the basis for continued research on the International Space Station. STEM in 30 explores this research and the impact of long-term space travel on the human body.
Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum
Click here to watch the program.  (30 minutes)

 

GCPS TV is on Charter Channel 180, Comcast Channel 24/26, AT&T U-verse (under Local Government)

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