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"Goodbye SATs... Hello Assessment" - Programme 2

In this Teachers TV programme, mathematics consultant Val Worcester joins Melanie Grant and Vanessa Clarke from Aston Tower, Birmingham as they reflect on the assessment activities used in their Key Stage One classes.

The challenge for teachers in Key Stage One assessment is to design activities that will...

3D Awareness

This video resource from Teachers TV shows how the Woolwich Polytechnic School for boys, in south London, improves their students' 3D awareness by visiting local buildings, making paper shapes and exploring the algebra of origami. On a visit to London, Year Nine students discuss the shape and structure of City...

55 Minutes

From the Teachers TV series Chef Challenge, this video follows shows professional chef Michael Coaker working with students at Rosedale College, West London. Michael is working with the school as part of the Chefs Adopt a School project and has been challenged to complete a dish in one 55 minute food technology...

A Lesson on Shapes

In this Teachers TV video, Year Two teacher Pritti Poole engages students by beginning her mathematics lesson on shapes with a game. Pritti then splits the class into ability groups for the main activities. Students draw and record shapes with right angles, make 3D shapes and sort pictures into straight and...

A Taste for Bridges

In this Teachers TV programme, teacher Irene Harrison makes use of the local area to inspire her Year Five and Six class to think about the design of bridges and then to build their own bridges using food. Children use an interactive online activity to design their own bridges then with the help of parent...

Accuracy of Measurements

This video resource from Teachers TV features mathematics teacher Mark Dawes as he delivers the first of a series of lessons on the bounds of intervals to a Year Eight class at Comberton Village College. Students work in groups and use non-standard units to measure things in and around their classroom. Behaving...

Action!

From Teachers TV this video, part of the Science Tube series, examines forces in action, what they do and how they can be measured using a Newton meter.

There are four sections that each look at different forces....

Air Resistance

This video from Teachers TV demonstrates a practical science lesson idea for Key Stage Two children on how air resistance works. The idea is to design a parachute for an egg to land safely when dropped from a height. Professor Pete has made some model parachutes using plastic bags, string and yoghurt pots. A...

Alexandra Edwards

In this professional development video from Teachers TV, science teacher Alexandra Edwards receives advice on how to improve her presentation techniques from motivation and creativity consultant Richard Gerver.

Richard is impressed by Alexandra's "game show host" approach to teaching but, like all...

Algebra

This video from Teachers TV observes mathematics teacher Jonny Heeley as he inspires a group of gifted and talented Year Ten students with an interactive lesson demonstrating how algebra can be applied to solve a selection of real problems.

Using a variety of games and challenges to excite and entertain...

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