Primary Science 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 selection of the original Teachers TV programmes that are aimed at primary science practitioners. They contain materials intended for use in the classroom, as stimulus materials with children, and also videos that give professional development advice and guidance. Clips in this section cover a wide range of topics from tips on teaching curriculum topics to forest learning in the outdoors.

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Classroom Resources

The videos in this collection from Teachers TV are suitable to be shown in primary science lessons as stimulus material and are ideal for use as a lesson starter or as an engaging demonstration of a new concept. Videos in this section cover a wide range of topics, including: * forces, pushes, pulls and movement...
Publication date:
2000 - 2009

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Lesson Ideas

The videos in this collection from teachers TV provide ideas for primary science learning activities. Videos in this section cover a wide range of topics, including: * investigation skills using a forensic crime scene scenario * materials * forces and movement * electricity and electrical circuits * the human...
Publication date:
2000 - 2009

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Professional Development

The videos in this collection from teachers TV are intended for primary science practitioners. They contain advice and guidance on pedagogy, lesson planning, organising science in and out of the classroom and other areas of teaching and learning. They are useful to both newly qualified and experienced teachers....
Publication date:
2000 - 2009

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