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Fighting HIV: The Lesson

From Teachers TV, in this video science teacher Laura Seabright models a the spread of HIV transmission with a practical activity involving milk powder and starch solution. It is a tricky subject but the students handle the topic with remarkable maturity.

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Cancer and the Genome: The Lesson

In this video, from Teachers TV, science teacher Lucy Hutt gives an extended lesson on DNA and proteins, as well as cancer and its underlying causes. The students then watch the related programme Cancer and The Genome: The Issue.

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Stem Cell Research: The Lesson

Produced by Teachers TV, this video shows science teacher, Teresa Bennett, delivering a lesson around the controversial issue of embryonic stem cell research.

Using the supporting video, which tells the story of a...

Inspirations: A Passion for Physics

From teachers TV, this video shows Andy Smith, whose infectious passion for physics inspires all he teaches. His teaching style relies on a host of interactive strategies, practical demonstrations, quizzes, videos, games and role play. He teaches students with a wide range of abilities, from the gifted and...

Girls in Physics

This video, from Teachers TV shows how Physics teachers, Barry Berndes, keeps his female students motivated and engaged by following the five golden rules for Girls in Physics.

Observing his lesson is Martin Hollins from the Institute of Physics who is keen to see how well the rules work.

Barry's...

DIY Whiteboard: Magnetism

In this Teachers TV video, science teacher Roberto Perini works with film director Steve Lowe to produce original whiteboard material for a lesson about magnetism.

Steve, who is also a designer of television commercials and music videos, uses desktop-based computer technology to create a fast and flexible...

Demonstrating Chemistry: Fireworks in the Classroom

This video, from Teachers TV, gives ideas on how to bring fireworks demonstrations into the science lab in a safe and fascinating way. It illustrates experiments relating to the secondary school science curriculum. These include:

• combustion basics, oxidation and oxidising agents • creating a flash •...

Demonstrating Chemistry: Exciting Elements

This video, from Teachers TV, takes a look at some extreme chemical reactions and explores a number of exciting demonstrations that can be performed in the classroom.

Dr Kay Stephenson from the Royal Society of Chemistry focuses on the trends in reactivity of elements from group one of the periodic table...

Demonstrating Physics: Radioactivity

Produced by Teachers TV, this video illustrates demonstrations of radioactivity suitable for Key Stages Three and Key Stage Four students. The techniques shown could be adapted by teachers working with post-16 students.

David Richardson from the Institute of Physics shows three teachers from different...

Physics: Girls Speak Out

In this video, from teachers TV, three young women go back to school to find out what turns girls away from physics, asking what can be done to improve the situation.

At A-Level, over three times as many boys as girls are taking physics. This results in under-representation for women in occupations...

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