The videos in this collection from Teachers TV are aimed at secondary school science teachers. 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.

Clips in this section cover a wide range of topics, including:
* exciting chemistry demonstrations
* safety in chemistry demonstrations
* demonstrating physics
* whole-school policies and improving science delivery
* dealing with ethics and issues in science
* how science works
* health and medicine
* moving from a good to an outstanding practitioner

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Genomics, Society and Health

This Nowgen video, produced by Teachers TV, looks at how our knowledge about genetics has increased dramatically over the past three decades. New research techniques, such as genome-wide association studies and biobanks, have been developed to help identify the genes that contribute to common and complex diseases...

Teaching With Bayley: Praise and Preparation

From Teachers TV, this Teaching With Bayley video illustrates an interesting approach to classroom management.

Behaviour expert John Bayley visits the classroom of science teacher, Amy Alexander, who has adapted her own experiences of teaching in a small Australian town to an inner-city classroom in the UK...

Haydon School Year 9 Science

Part of the Uncut Classroom series from teachers TV, this video shows an uninterrupted practical science lesson for Year Nine students. As part of their work on food and nutrition, the class are investigating fat and salt in food. The lesson is recorded in full, creating a resource which is usually technically...

Coulsdon High School Year 9 Science

Part of the Uncut Classroom series from teachers TV, this video shows an uninterrupted science lesson for Year Nine students. As part of their work on genes, students consider whether cloning should be allowed and then present the ethical and moral issues. The lesson is recorded in full...

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