1 + 1: A Natural History of Sexuality
Biological evolution has resolutely chosen to hand down genetic information through the fragile and uncertain process of sexual reproduction—employed by approximately 95 percent of the Earth’s species—rather than through the simpler and surer method of asexual reproduction.
1 in 20: Cystic Fibrosis
The title of this animated film about a little girl with CF refers to the ratio of people who carry the Cystic Fibrosis gene.
1-2-3 Easy! Baking Basics
Learn the basics of baking and cooking with this comprehensive DVD. Discover the secrets of mouth-watering baked goods and basic meat preparation techniques.
1-2-3 Easy! Herbs
Herbs have been used since ancient times both medicinally and as flavoring in cooking. Take a fascinating tour of the world of herbs. Includes history, varieties, preparing, storing and deliciously easy recipes.
10 Basics of Business Etiquette
Discusses the serious issues of professional etiquette in a comical fashion that will both entertain and instruct students and employees in the vital areas of etiquette and protocol.
4 Weeks to a Higher Food IQ
Reality TV meets the new MyPlate Dietary Guidelines in this real-life video example of a teen accepting a new challenge each week.
7 Ways to Block a Cyberbully
Cyber bullies don’t shove kids on the playground or steal lunch money, but they are just as dangerous. They stay hidden behind technology and target students on the Internet and through cell phones. This film teaches students how to be smart and stay safe in a cyber bully situation.
7-Day Professional Image Update, The
Provides a seven-day approach for personal improvement and polishing your image—a necessary asset whether you’re a full time student, in the workforce, or both.
A Stranger in the Family: Struggles with Autism
Christian is four years old and hasn’t learned to speak yet. He’s so disengaged that his mother can’t even describe his personality, acknowledging that “there’s very little we know about him.” But Christian receives excellent, one-on-one attention from teachers at Giant Steps, an Australian school set up by parents of autistic children and designed for aggressive, results-oriented treatment. This program follows several Giant Steps students and their families over the course of a year. Viewers are introduced to a wide range of therapies as the struggle to reach Christian unfolds—likewise for Patrick, 11, afflicted with severe socialization problems, and brothers Oliver and Alexander, whose age disparity helps illustrate the benefits of starting therapy early.