Teachers

HEC-TV creates curriculum for new productions to more fully connect the station with K-12 students and schools. Educators know that quality curricula must relate to standards, whether these be Common Core State Standards or Missouri’s Knowledge Standards. Led by scripts and background information, HEC-TV staff educators build a framework around which to wrap curriculum for each show. Each curriculum starts with an overview of the lesson, time allotment, and most importantly, the learning objectives. Needs for each student and class are different, so after the body of the lesson is accomplished, teachers might utilize the various types of suggested learning activities, all which reinforce and assess the lesson.

Program materials, relevant standards, pre and post program activities, related activities, and/or enrichment materials may be found under the Educational Material tab on each program page as well as through a curriculum search below.  Search results from FIND CURRICULUM will be listed from the most to the least currently created program for which educational material is available.

Curriculum Videos

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Schankman’s St. Louis Schankman's St. Louis: St. Louis Based Documentary Getting Critical Acclaim

A new documentary, shot over a two-year period in St. Louis, is getting critical acclaim. It is called "For Akheem," and follows the story of a 17-year-old girl living in North St. Louis, ordered …

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Schankman’s St. Louis Randy's Rescue Ranch

Randy Grim, founder of Stray Rescue of St. Louis which saves dogs living on the streets, has started a new program called Randy's Rescue Ranch, aimed at rescuing horses and other large animals. Paul …

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State of the Arts Brock Seals: New Artist, Old Soul

Growing up in the St. Louis neighborhood of Jennings, Brock Seals says he's always been an "old soul" with a very creative side with an affinity for rap as well as the visual arts. Now, …

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Impact The BALSA Foundation

Many people have great ideas for a business, but they become discouraged due to lack of support, information and financial resources. The BALSA Foundation is a not-for-profit organization committed to helping launch small businesses …

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Schankman’s St. Louis St. Louis' Jewish Santa

For almost 50 years, one St. Louis woman has been leading a holiday toy drive that has grown from serving dozens of disadvantaged families, to hundreds. It has even expanded to give away toys …

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Innovations Platform for Agricultural Ads to Follow Farmers From Phone to Desktop to Tablet (Arch Grants)

Lead Media, Inc. is getting recognition from Arch Grants. Arch Grants' mission is to ignite ingenuity and innovation in St. Louis with its $50,000 Global Startup Competition. Lean Media is among the 2017 recipients. The …

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State of the Arts Fugue: Local film written and directed by 15 year old director, Gabe Sheets

15 year old Gabe Sheets has been in love with movies since he first picked up a camera at the age of six. Nine years later, he's graduated from making movies with neighborhood friends …

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Behind the Minds Auto Technicians Wanted

These are not your father's auto mechanics. The auto industry finds itself in desperate need of automotive technicians. But these jobs don't fit the stereotype of the "shade tree mechanic" of old. …

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Conversations From The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center Big Ideas – Meeting Grand Challenges

On Thursday, November 16, the Danforth Center hosted a Conversations Series event, “Big Ideas – Meeting Grand Challenges,” featuring three teams of Danforth Center scientists. The teams engaged in a friendly competition to communicate their …

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State of the Arts State of the Arts at the Muny

The Muny is celebrating its 100th year in 2018 and State of the Arts is joining in the party! Paul Schankman hosts State of the Arts, the show about St. Louis' creative scene, from the …

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State of the Arts Jeanne Trevor-Jazz Singer

Jazz singer Jeanne Trevor came to St Louis in the 1960's via New York and Los Angeles. It was her cousin who told her to leave the competitive bigger cities and come audition at the …

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State of the Arts Buddhist Sand Mandala

Buddhist monks created a World Peace Sand Mandala in St. Louis at Webster University. Monks from the Dalai Lama's Drepung Gomang monastery in southern India created the intricate work of art over three days. To …

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Schankman’s St. Louis Schankman's St. Louis: Free Portraits for K-9 Cops!

A St. Louis artist has taken it upon herself to create portraits of all the four-legged K-9 officers at the St. Louis County Police Department, and give them away for free to their two-legged partners. …

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State of the Arts Heart Quartet Spreads Healthy Message Note by Note

The SymphonyCares Heart Quartet plays music with a healthy message around the St. Louis region. The quartet includes three St. Louis Symphony Orchestra musicians and a cardiac surgeon from SSM Saint Louis University Hospital. …

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Innovations Computer Science for All Summit 2017 at Washington University in St. Louis

The federal government called for a mandate on computer science in schools during the Reagan Administration. Three decades and five presidents later, it still hasn't happened despite the fact computers are now vital in our …

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Innovations Community Sunscreen Dispensers Provide Sun Protection and Awareness (Arch Grants)

A St. Louis father's experience on a family day out, without sun protection, led to the creation of SUNSTATION USA. Ross Donaldson is promoting sunscreen dispensers. He says SUNSTATION USA is your community's solution …

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Innovations The PUCK Smart Remote Controls Devices Using Smartphones

A Springfield, Illinois father says his frustration having to replace damaged remote controls led to his innovation, PUCK! PUCK is a patented wireless bluetooth low-energy to infrared bridge. Attach PUCK on or near a device …

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Two on the Aisle Reviews of Souvenir, Remnant, The Flick, Hans Brinker and the Silver Skates, The Nutcracker, Make a Joyful Noise, and Lysistrata: Dec. 21, 2017

Reviews of (1) SOUVENIR, by Stephen Temperley, at Max & Louie Productions, (2) REMNANT, by Ron Reed, at Mustard Seed Theatre, (3) THE FLICK, by Annie Baker, at R-S Theatrics, (4) HANS BRINKER AND THE …

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Two on the Aisle Reviews of Miss Bennet, A Behanding in Spokane, Steel Magnolias, A Jewish Joke, The King and I, others: Dec. 7, 2017.

Reviews of (1) MISS BENNET: CHRISTMAS AT PEMBERLEY, by Lauren Gunderson & Margot Melcon, at the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, (2) A BEHANDING IN SPOKANE, by Martin McDonagh, at St. Louis Actors’ Studio, (3) …

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Impact December 5th Fund

The December 5th Fund gives families dealing with cancer one great day. While the family enjoys a day out enjoying each other, volunteers take care of details back at home to ease the burdens …

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State of the Arts Mary Engelbreit

Nationally recognized St. Louis artist Mary Engelbreit sits dwn for a one-on-one interview about how she got started, her artwork now and how it's evolved to encompass work with a social justice edge as well …

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Two on the Aisle Reviews of Stones in His Pockets, The Student Prince, Of Mice and Men, As You Like It, Kiss, others: Nov. 23, 2017.

Reviews of (1) STONES IN HIS POCKETS, by Marie Jones, at West End Players Guild, (2) THE STUDENT PRINCE, by Sigmund Romberg, at Winter Opera St. Louis, (3) OF MICE AND MEN, by John Steinbeck, …

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HEC-TV Live The Science Behind Aviation, Afternoon

From the Wright Brothers successes at Kitty Hawk to the supersonic jets of today, aviation has completely changed the way we live, work and play. View this program archive to learn from engineers, pilots, …

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HEC-TV Live The Science Behind Aviation

From the Wright Brothers successes at Kitty Hawk to the supersonic jets of today, aviation has completely changed the way we live, work and play. View this program archive to learn from engineers, pilots, …

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HEC-TV Live The Science Behind Robots

Whether their purpose is to win a skills contest, vacuum the floor, perform surgery, or deliver a package, robots today are much more versatile than their scary counterparts from 1930’s science fiction films. How …

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HEC-TV Live History in the First Person: Music Moved the Movement: Civil Rights and the Blues (Afternoon Program)

In 1964 Martin Luther King, Jr. said, “The Blues tell the story of life’s difficulties, and if you think for a moment, you will realize that they take the hardest realities of life and put …

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HEC-TV Live History in the First Person: Music Moved the Movement: Civil Rights and the Blues (Morning Program)

In 1964 Martin Luther King, Jr. said, “The Blues tell the story of life’s difficulties, and if you think for a moment, you will realize that they take the hardest realities of life and put …

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HEC-TV Live Explore! Weather

Lightning flash. Thunder crash. Summer breeze. Winter freeze. Misty rain. Hurricane. Weather—it’s all around us, every day and in every way. How is weather created? What are the …

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HEC-TV Live History in the First Person: Veterans Day 2016

This year, our annual tribute to veterans provides the unique opportunity to interact with those who served during different periods between World War II and today. View this program, History in the First Person: …

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HEC-TV Live History in the First Person: Running a Political Campaign

Political advertisements may be what most of us remember about any political campaign. But as powerful as these advertisements may be, it takes a great deal more than them to run a political campaign. …

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HEC-TV Live Asked and Answered

Asked and Answered is an innovative interactive program designed to put your students in charge of what they want to learn about important topics and what they want to help other students learn about those …

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HEC-TV Live Constitution Day 2016: The Miranda Decision

2016 marks the 50th anniversary of the Supreme Court’s landmark decision in Miranda v. Arizona. From that decision sprang the clear wording that all police officers must now provide criminal suspects regarding their right …

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Maryville Talks Books Kwame Alexander: Keeping Poetry Cool

Not often do New York Times bestselling authors admit they once hated reading. It’s even more unusual for Newberry Medal winners to make that kind of admission. But, Kwame Alexander is not your typical author. …

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HEC-TV Live Weathering the Storm

Mother Nature can create terrific storms that change people’s lives in an instant. What is it like to experience such a storm? And what does it take to weather it, recover from it, …

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HEC-TV Live History in the First Person: Being a Change Agent, Morning

What does it mean to be a “change agent?” What skills and talents would serve you well as you seek to make a difference in your community? Learn from students and adults making a …

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HEC-TV Live A Child’s Life on the Frontier

You’re a child living in America’s midwestern frontier in the early 1800s. What would your daily life be like? What would be your responsibilities and enjoyments? Where would you get your food? …

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HEC-TV Live The Science Behind: Living with the River

How does the United States Army Corps of Engineers balance the economic and environmental realities of the Mississippi River? How do they maintain their mission to make the river as navigable as possible for …

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HEC-TV Live History in the First Person: Being a Change Agent

What does it mean to be a “change agent?” What skills and talents would serve you well as you seek to make a difference in your community? Learn from students and adults making a …

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HEC-TV Live History in the First Person: Race and Civil Rights--Where Is Jim Crow Now?

One hundred years ago Jim Crow laws were commonplace. Today America’s laws are different, but headlines still remind us of continuing struggles in the movement for equal legal treatment. View this archived program …

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HEC-TV Live Explore! Invention

Thomas Alva Edison and the light bulb. Alexander Graham Bell and the telephone. Mary Anderson and windshield wipers. Marion Donovan and disposable diapers. Lonnie Johnson and the Super Soaker Water Gun. …

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HEC-TV Live Explore! Trains

America has over 140,000 miles of freight railroad lines and over 21,000 miles of passenger tracks.  Have you ever wondered:  How would auto parts get to the factory without trains?  How would coal get to …

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Maryville Talks Books Ray Bradbury: One on One with Sam Weller

When Chicago-based writer Sam Weller met his literary hero Ray Bradbury in 2000, it was friendship at first sight. As Bradbury's official biographer, he has since published four books connected to the iconic author, who …

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HEC-TV Live History in the First Person: Veterans Day 2015—Vietnam

Take your study of America in war to veterans who have served. In this program students hear directly from two veterans who fought in the Vietnam War. Give your students a chance to …

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HEC-TV Live Explore! Maps

Maps are amazing sources of information that help us better understand all sorts of fascinating aspects of our world. For this episode of Explore! we investigate maps and map making and ask the big …

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HEC-TV Live History in the First Person: The Gemini Project

Take your study of science, engineering and history to the pioneers of America’s space race. Learn from engineers who designed and built the Gemini capsule and the space systems that made it work. …

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HEC-TV Live Constitution Day 2015: The Voting Rights Act of 1965 and its Current Implications - Afternoon Program

HEC-TV Live!, in partnership with the Missouri Bar, celebrates Constitution Day by taking an in depth look into what it took to pass the Voting Rights Act of 1965, the Act’s on-going impacts, and voting …

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HEC-TV Live Constitution Day 2015: The Voting Rights Act of 1965 and its Current Implications - Morning Program

HEC-TV Live!, in partnership with the Missouri Bar, celebrates Constitution Day by taking an in depth look into what it took to pass the Voting Rights Act of 1965, the Act’s on-going impacts, and voting …

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HEC-TV Live Explore! Economics

How do businesses get started? Where do the ideas for new products and services come from and how do entrepreneurs take their idea and make it a business reality? How do those new …

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HEC-TV Live History in the First Person:  Manifest Destiny and Westward Expansion

Go back in time through the power of primary sources, see artifacts, and hear journal excerpts from individuals who served in the United States Cavalry as America expanded westward between 1830 and 1890. Learn …

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Maryville Talks Books Dead Wake: The Sinking of the Lusitania: One on One with Erik Larson

HEC-TV speaks with Erik Larson about his book Dead Wake:The Last Crossing of the Lusitania. The book examines the sinking of the ship during World War I and the events leading up to the tragic …

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The “Cassius Project” Meet the Playwright—A Conversation with Idris Goodwin

Meet Idris Goodwin, author of “And In This Corner….Cassius Clay.” Find out what fascinates him about the spoken word. Learn about his process for writing a play and other forms of writing. …

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The “Cassius Project” Meet the Players—A Conversation with the Director and Actors of Metro Theater Company’s Production of “And In this Corner… Cassius Clay.”

Learn what it was like to design, direct, and act in Metro Theater Company’s 2016 production of “And In This Corner…Cassius Clay.” Director Julia Flood shares her insights on design decisions, rehearsal process, and …

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The “Cassius Project” Scene 1—Cassius Meets Officer Joe Martin

In this scene from the play, young friends Cassius, Eddie, and Rudy are talking and playing when an unexpected event causes young Cassius Clay to meet Officer Joe Martin, a meeting that would forever change …

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The “Cassius Project” Scene 2—Learning the News of Emmett Till’s Death

In this scene a teenage Cassius confronts two events emblematic of two of the play’s themes—the racist killing of Emmett Till and the bullying of Corky Baker.

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The “Cassius Project” Scene 3—Eddie and Cassius Go To a Whites Only Diner

After his gold medal victory at the Olympics, Cassius returns home to Louisville honored by the Mayor with a key to the city. But does that key allow him and Eddie to eat at …

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The “Cassius Project” On Boxing and Fight Choreography

Meet the three actors who played Cassius Clay, Corky Baker, and Zbigniew Pietrzykowski in Metro Theater Company’s production of “And In This Corner…Cassius Clay.” Learn about how they worked with the play’s fight choreographer …

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HEC-TV Live Explore! Fast

A bicycle can pedal 25 miles per hour, cars zoom by at 55 miles per hour, a cheetah can exceed speeds of 75 miles per hour. Ever wonder what makes different things go different …

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HEC-TV Live Inside the Artist’s Studio: Afflicted—Producing the Play

What’s the process for taking a new play and creating a stage production from scratch? What are the responsibilities of the designers, actors, stage manager, playwright, and director? Find out as you hear …

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HEC-TV Live Inside the Artist’s Studio: Afflicted—Issues and Themes

Explore important issues and themes of belonging, self-awareness and group identity raised in Laurie Brooks’ compelling new play for young people, “Afflicted: Daughters of Salem,” that explores the untold story of the Salem girls as …

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HEC-TV Live Explore! Fossils

Learning about fossils begins with discovery and continues with meticulous investigation until the conditions are just right to safely remove the specimen from its natural environment. Then the real exploration begins. . . in …

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HEC-TV Live Let’s Talk Trash

We met and interacted with students from across the country that are making a difference with their environmental projects designed to reduce, reuse or recycle the trash created in their communities. We spoke with …

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HEC-TV Live Orion: The First Step into Deep Space

We joined the Challenger Learning Center St. Louis to be a part of history as Orion, NASA’s new spacecraft designed to take humans into deep space, was scheduled for its first test flight. Experts answered …

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HEC-TV Live The Science Behind Sewer Systems

Thousands and thousands of gallons of water and waste travel through your city’s sewer system every day. Have you ever wondered what it takes to design, engineer and maintain that system? What it takes …

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HEC-TV Live History in the First Person: Veterans Day 2014 - Morning Program

Take your study of America in war to the veterans that fought in them. Give your students a chance to honor veterans by hearing their stories and learning first hand about the reality of …

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HEC-TV Live History in the First Person: Veterans Day 2014 - Afternoon Program

Take your study of America in war to the veterans that fought in them. Give your students a chance to honor veterans by hearing their stories and learning first hand about the reality of …

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HEC-TV Live Explore! Flying

Have you ever thought how cool it would be if you could fly? Wondered what keeps birds, planes and bumblebees up in the air? Been intrigued by piloting acrobatic planes or a supersonic …

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HEC-TV Live Social Media and Current Events: Impacts and Implications

Twitter. Facebook. Instagram. You Tube. See something happen. Post immediately. Seek political office. Get your supporters to tweet. Start a revolution. Watch the world respond. In …

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HEC-TV Live Constitution Day 2014: The Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Its Current Implications

HEC-TV Live!, in partnership with The Missouri Bar, celebrated Constitution Day 2014 by taking an in depth look into what it took to pass the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Constitutional concepts behind the …

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State of the Arts HEC-TV's State of the Arts at The Wildey Theatre, July 2014

Swing dance, the musical group SHEL, St. Louis Magazine Fashion Editor Helene Sayad and Fête Founder/Creator Sarah Faragalla are just some of the artists featured in this State of the Arts, on location at The …

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Maryville Talks Books A Book of Treasures: One on One with Daniel James Brown

Author Daniel James Brown gives us the back-story of his compelling New York Times’ Best Seller "The Boys in the Boat" – a tale of the countless challenges facing the U.S. eight-oar rowing team during …

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HEC-TV Live Meet an Economist - Morning Program

Explore the structure, purposes, and functions of the Federal Reserve System with David Andolfatto, Vice President and Economist for the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. Learn why the Federal Reserve System was created …

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HEC-TV Live Meet an Economist - Afternoon Program

In this program, we explore the question: Education and Training Beyond High School: Why Does It Matter? Students interact with William Emmons, Assistant Vice President and Economist for the Federal Reserve Bank …

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HEC-TV Live Explore! The City Underground

For this episode of Explore! we investigate the world of a city underground and ask the big picture question, “How can I better understand the city I live in by looking at how it …

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HEC-TV Live Explore! Living Green

How can we better protect and preserve Mother Nature? What does it really mean to reduce, reuse and recycle? What can you do at home, at school, at work to make a difference? …

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HEC-TV Live Inside the Artist's Studio: Metalwork

Go inside the artist’s studio and learn from metals artist Hunter Creel, artist-in-residence at Craft Alliance in St. Louis, MO. Follow his process as he creates a new piece during the program and answers …

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HEC-TV Live Inside the Artist's Studio: Ceramics

Learn from ceramics artist Ruth Reese, artist-in-residence at Craft Alliance in St. Louis, MO. Follow her process as she creates a new piece during the program and answers questions about how the design was …

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Mission to Educate Mission to Educate

A very special local documentary of the history and pioneering moments of the Catholic education system in St. Louis. For suggested curricular activities related to the program, click the Educational Material tab.

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St. Louis: Immigration Destination, Then and Now St. Louis: Immigration Destination, Then and Now

Journey back, with this exclusive HEC-TV documentary, to the middle of the 19th Century when St. Louis became "The Gateway to the West." Learn why St. Louis was and continues to be a popular immigration …

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Teachers A Sewer Runs Through It

This is a documentary about sewers and rivers and all things related to water here in St. Louis.

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Full Circle: St. Louis Recycles Full Circle: St. Louis Recycles

Full Circle, St. Louis Recycles introduces viewers to the basics of recycling, and takes a look at some of the most innovative and resourceful recycling that is taking place in St Louis. For suggested …

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HEC-TV Live The Science Behind Bowling

Investigate the physics that makes a difference between a strike, a spare, and a gutter ball. Explore the sport and science of bowling through the lens of Newton’s Three Laws of Motion. We …

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HEC-TV Live History in the First Person: Living Under Jim Crow Laws

What was it like to grow up in a segregated America? What did it mean when words like “equality” and “justice” seemed to have a different meaning for different people in American society? …

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HEC-TV Live Explore! The Human Body: Eyes and Ears

For this episode of Explore! we focus on two specific parts of the human body, our eyes and ears, and ask the big picture question, “How can we better understand our senses of sight …

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HEC-TV Live History in the First Person: Building the Mercury Capsule - Morning Program

October 1957—the Soviet Union launches Sputnik. October 1958—America forms NASA. January 1959—McDonnell Corporation wins the contract to design and build the Mercury space capsule. May 1961—Alan Shepard becomes America’s first man in …

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HEC-TV Live History in the First Person: Building the Mercury Capsule - Afternoon Program

October 1957—the Soviet Union launches Sputnik. October 1958—America forms NASA. January 1959—McDonnell Corporation wins the contract to design and build the Mercury space capsule. May 1961—Alan Shepard becomes America’s first man in …

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HEC-TV Live Explore! Life as a Dog

What is it like to live life as a dog? How can we better understand our own senses by comparing them to those of our four legged friends? Investigate these questions and more …

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HEC-TV Live Rendezvous With A Comet

Be part of the mission to rendezvous with Comet Encke. Along the way, use your scientific, problem-solving and decision-making skills to deal with unexpected and highly unpredictable objects in the Solar System that may …

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HEC-TV Live Inside the Artist's Studio: The Very Last Green Thing

Journey to a classroom in the year 2413 where a group of students is raised and taught by an android. On a rare field trip “outside,” a shy and obedient child named Amy unexpectedly …

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HEC-TV Live Explore! Life of an Explorer

Why explore? Students will get a chance to answer that question for themselves and listen to the answers of others as they meet a mountain climber, go back in time to the world of …

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HEC-TV Live Explore! From Farm to Home

How can I better understand the food I eat? To find out, view this archived program and meet a health coach and a fruit and vegetable farmer, explore a small farm, shop at a …

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Maryville Talks Books Becoming a Writer: One on One with Khaled Hosseini

The Kite Runner made him famous and changed his life.  A Thousand Splendid Suns and his most recent book And the Mountains Echoed solidified his place among some of the most well-respected authors.  In this one …

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HEC-TV Live Constitution Day 2013: The Ongoing Impact of Gideon v. Wainwright

In 1963, the United States Supreme Court unanimously ruled in Gideon v. Wainwright that state courts are required under the U.S. Constitution’s Fourteenth Amendment to provide counsel to individuals charged in criminal cases who cannot …

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HEC-TV Live History in the First Person: The Korean War - Morning Program

Meet veterans who served in the Korean War. Learn what it was like to fight in combat, face the physical and psychological conditions of action on the peninsula, and then return home from the …

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HEC-TV Live History in the First Person: The Korean War - Afternoon Program

Meet veterans who served in the Korean War. Learn what it was like to fight in combat, face the physical and psychological conditions of action on the peninsula, and then return home from the …

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HEC-TV Live The Science Behind Weather Forecasting

We’ve probably all watched a TV weatherperson and wondered just what they do to create the forecast. What equipment do they use? What kind of training do they need? How do they determine …

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Maryville Talks Books Rise to Greatness: Abraham Lincoln and America’s Most Perilous Year: One on One with David Von Drehle

Bestselling author David Von Drehle talks about the eight years he spent researching Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War for his book Rise to Greatness: Abraham Lincoln and America’s Most Perilous Year.  Von Drehle explains …

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HEC-TV Live The Science Behind Criminal Investigations - Morning Program

Sure, you may have watched endless episodes of Law and Order, CSI, NCIS, Perry Mason, Murder, She Wrote, and any number of either police procedural or whodunit TV programs, but what’s it really like to …

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HEC-TV Live The Science Behind Criminal Investigations - Afternoon Program

Sure, you may have watched endless episodes of Law and Order, CSI, NCIS, Perry Mason, Murder, She Wrote, and any number of either police procedural or whodunit TV programs, but what’s it really like to …

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HEC-TV Live Abraham Lincoln and the Passage of the Thirteenth Amendment

Presented in conjunction with their upcoming Social Action Campaign, “Stand Tall: Live Like Lincoln,” we use segments from Steven Spielberg’s critically acclaimed film “Lincoln,” a DreamWorks Pictures/Twentieth Century Fox film, in association with Participant Media, …

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HEC-TV Live History in the First Person-Stories of the Civil Rights Movement - Morning Program

For many years, Sister Mary Antona Ebo has been hailed for her contributions to the civil rights movement of the 1960s. The Franciscan Sister of Mary, who was among those who went to Selma, Ala., …

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HEC-TV Live History in the First Person-Stories of the Civil Rights Movement - Afternoon Program

For many years, Sister Mary Antona Ebo has been hailed for her contributions to the civil rights movement of the 1960s. The Franciscan Sister of Mary, who was among those who went to Selma, Ala., …

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HEC-TV Live History in the First Person-Lessons from the Holocaust - Morning Program

Take your study of the Holocaust and World War II to individuals who survived both. Interact with Holocaust survivors from WWII. Learn what it was like to live in fear and danger both before and …

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HEC-TV Live History in the First Person-Lessons from the Holocaust - Afternoon Program

Take your study of the Holocaust and World War II to individuals who survived both. Interact with Holocaust survivors from WWII. Learn what it was like to live in fear and danger both before and …

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HEC-TV Live Jackie and Me: Issues and Themes

Dan Gutman's novel Jackie and Me continues to be read and loved by thousands of young people each year. In this exciting program students had the unique opportunity to participate in a national videoconference …

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Maryville Talks Books The Finish: Killing of Osama bin Laden: One on One with Mark Bowden

Many remember with extreme clarity the day the World Trade Center was attacked and the day Osama bin Laden was killed. But, the events that connect those two days are less clear for most …

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HEC-TV Live Inside the Artist's Studio: An Author's Workshop with Ridley Pearson

Give your students the rare and wonderful opportunity to learn from a writer’s workshop with award winning author Ridley Pearson, author of the Kingdom Keepers series, Peter and the Starcatchers, and many other books for …

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HEC-TV Live Inside the Artist's Studio: An Author's Workshop with Ridley Pearson 10am

Be part of an interactive writer's workshop with Ridley Pearson, award winning author of the Kingdom Keepers series, Peter and the Starcatchers, and many other books for young readers. 10 am This program was …

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Maryville Talks Books One Amazing Thing: One on One with Chitra Divakaruni

After penning her 17th book, award-winning author Chitra Divakaruni talks with HEC-TV about what inspired her most recently released novel One Amazing Thing.  The book's characters will intrigue the reader with well-developed, thoughtful stories that are …

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Maryville Talks Books The Warrior's Heart: One on One with Eric Greitens

Author, photographer, and humanitarian Eric Greitens grew up in a quiet suburb of St. Louis, but he's seen his share of the world's suffering. After graduating from Parkway North, Greitens headed off to Duke University …

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HEC-TV Live The Science Behind the New Mississippi River Bridge, Part 1

Go behind the scenes and learn what it takes to construct a new bridge over the Mississippi River in St. Louis, Missouri. The main focus in this program is on the foundation work that has …

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HEC-TV Live The Science Behind the New Mississippi River Bridge, Part 2

This program builds on our Part 1 program from last year. In Part 1, available on our website at http://www.hectv.org/video/3709/the-science-behind-the-new-mississippi-river-bridge-2/, we focused on the foundation work to build the bridge’s piers in the river …

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HEC-TV Live History in the First Person: Veterans Day 2012 - Morning Program

Take your study of the history of America in war to the veterans who fought in them. Hear what it’s like to serve your nation in its armed forces, to fight in combat, and …

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HEC-TV Live History in the First Person: Veterans Day 2012 - Afternoon Program

Take your study of the history of America in war to the veterans who fought in them. Hear what it’s like to serve your nation in its armed forces, to fight in combat, and …

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HEC-TV Live History in the First Person: The Cuban Missile Crisis - Morning Program

Learn more about the impact of the Cuban Missile crisis to ordinary citizens, such as yourself. What was it like to live in America in 1962? How did that living change in October …

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HEC-TV Live History in the First Person: The Cuban Missile Crisis - Afternoon Program

Learn more about the impact of the Cuban Missile crisis to ordinary citizens, such as yourself. What was it like to live in America in 1962? How did that living change in October …

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