Career Education & Opportunities for Young People. Recommended for both School, Public Libraries and Guidance Offices. The Tell Me How series is a necessary addition to any library, guidance center of school curriculum. It explores a large number of career opportunities for young people and features real people doing real jobs. In this program, host Melody Young checks out a rain forest built by Canadian botanist, Dr. Nancy Greig. This indoor, climate controlled rain forest is home to over 3,000 butterflies. Watch as Dr. Nancy Grieg works in the butterfly museum. This program reviews the relationship between plants and insects, butterflies coming out of a chrysalis to a cocoon, rainforest footage, a pet Iguana and the daily workings of this informative exhibit. Subjects Covered Include: What does a Botanist Do? Why do we want to study plants? What types of plants are in a rainforest? Do I have to go to college to be a Botanist? What is the difference between a butterfly and a moth? How do butterflies eat?
"Using a white board and narration technique, this series helps students to discover the inside scoop on the math problems that once baffled them. Now all students can and will see instant success." - Serena Phillips, The Family Review Center. This series will help students of all ages become successful in a subject that many students struggle with. The Family Review Center, Award Judge Tracy said "I like the fact that this series walks you through multiple problems, rather than quickly showing you the steps and moving on, leaving you to wonder how those steps will work in a different scenario. "I like the simplistic manner and ease in which teacher Jason Gibson teaches. This makes math much less scary and much more doable. You can actually see what is going on and understand how it all works together."