Teachers TV

Launched in 2005 and funded by the Department for Education, Teachers TV was originally a television channel which aimed to provide support for both new and experienced teachers, school leaders, support staff and governors. Many of the programmes were filmed inside real classrooms, with teachers sharing good practice and ideas for lessons. There are also popular film clips for use as starters or class activities. Teachers TV ceased to operate in 2011 and left a legacy of 3500 videos covering all national curriculum subjects, of which the STEM related videos are available in this collection.

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2000 - 2009

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Teachers TV was originally a television channel which aimed to provide professional development support for teachers, school leaders, support staff and governors. Many of the programmes were filmed inside real classrooms, with teachers sharing good practice and ideas for lessons. The videos in this collection are a...
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2000 - 2009

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Primary Design and Technology Teachers TV

Teachers TV was originally a television channel which aimed to provide professional development support for teachers, school leaders, support staff and governors. Many of the programmes were filmed inside real classrooms, with teachers sharing good practice and ideas for lessons. The videos in this collection are a...
Publication date:
2000 - 2009

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Secondary Design and Technology Teachers TV

Teachers TV was originally a television channel which aimed to provide professional development support for teachers, school leaders, support staff and governors. Many of the programmes were filmed inside real classrooms, with teachers sharing good practice and ideas for lessons. The videos in this collection are a...
Publication date:
2000 - 2009

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Subject(s)Design and technology, Engineering, Mathematics, Science
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Age5-7, 7-11, 11-14, 14-16
Published05 January 2016
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URLhttps://www.stem.org.uk/cx5j8
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