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Cerebellum Corp. Releases Daily Planet: Wildlife and Daily Planet: Inventions & Technology Series for grades 9-12

Posted Feb 22, 2012
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Cerebellum Corporation has released the Daily Planet: Wildlife and Daily Planet: Inventions & Technology series for grades 9-12. The Daily Planet DVD programs explore the scientific aspects of current topics and events though the use of interviews, field pieces and real-life experiments to support science and STEM curricula.

The Daily Planet: Wildlife series ventures out into the wilderness to introduce students to the unique creatures that inhabit diverse habitats around the world, from tiny insects to giant pandas. The Daily Planet: Inventions & Technology series gives students a look at the future of science as it explores breakthroughs in medical technologies, extraordinary inventions and takes a look at the evolving role of robots. 

Hosted by science enthusiasts Jay Ingram and Natasha Stillwell, the Daily Planet series provides discussion and commentary on the scientific aspects of current events in a fast-paced, enlightening and entertaining way. Produced by Exploration Production Inc. and previously seen on Discovery Canada, each episode is a complement to any educational library or school media collection.

The Daily Planet: Wildlife series (single SRP: $39.95; complete series: $319.60) includes Animals: A Day in the Life, Marine Life, Animal Sleeping Patterns, Animal Senses, Extreme Wildlife and Bugs. The Daily Planet: Inventions & Technology series (single SRP: $39.95; complete series: $215.73) includes Inventions for the Every Day, Inventions for the Sky, Inventions from Nature, Medical Advances, Robots for Progress, Explosions, Robots To Serve and Robots that Move. All titles are currently available for purchase. To learn more about this series, visit www.cerebellum.com

Source: Cerebellum, www.cerebellum.com

 


 
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