Star Trek
A winged, horned serpent hovers between two purple aliens in separate cages. Yes, it's as psychotic as it sounds.
Star Trek episodes follow a predictable pattern. They begin with a “captain’s log” and a stardate, usually with a shot of the Enterprise flying to or around some random planet. And because it’s episodic television, the captain’s log tells audiences about the episode’s context, and then we meet the Alien of the Week™ and begin...
dark-haired woman in uniform smiles at the man (off-camera) playing trombone nearby
The way one character teaches another to pass an exam provides a useful model for helping students develop independence: Restraint.
Still taken from Star Trek episode, showing three Klingons in a dimly lit room. Character in foreground is smiling, accepting but downplaying acclaim from others off-screen.
Re-watching “Once More Unto the Breach” from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine brings to mind good teaching practices, leading to classroom balance.
White background; Black text “Star Trek” in all caps on left; silhouette of warping Enterprise on right
Reviewing Star Trek: Into Darkness, with particular focus on characters and music, plus a dose of frustration for how closely it mirrored previous films.