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Assessment for Learning in KS3/4 Science, 1, Anita and Biology
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produced by Libra Television, in Assessment for Learning in KS3/4 Science, 1 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2007), 15 mins
Former bio-medical researcher Anita Kapila is now a brilliant biology teacher. In this programme she demonstrates her AfL strategy. Burnham Upper School, where she teaches, uses an assessment model called The Level Ladder. It allows the children not only to know what level they are currently at, but how they can p...
produced by Libra Television, in Assessment for Learning in KS3/4 Science, 1 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2007), 15 mins
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Beginnings of Life, Newborn Development
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directed by Kevin Clark McCarthy, fl. 2011; produced by Kari Dean McCarthy, in Beginnings of Life (Chicago, IL: Learning Seed, 2011), 42 mins
Within the first few minutes of life, children start adapting to their new environment. In this program, we show how professionals use the Apgar test to assess a newborn’s health and the significance of the first interaction between parent and newborn. We then follow the many physical, cognitive, and social chan...
directed by Kevin Clark McCarthy, fl. 2011; produced by Kari Dean McCarthy, in Beginnings of Life (Chicago, IL: Learning Seed, 2011), 42 mins
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Beginnings of Life, Pregnancy in Progress
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directed by Kevin Clark McCarthy, fl. 2011; produced by Kari Dean McCarthy, in Beginnings of Life (Chicago, IL: Learning Seed, 2011), 33 mins
For parents-to-be, the road from conception to birth is one filled with endless questions, changes, and decisions. In this program, viewers learn the early signs of pregnancy and the host of changes women will experience during their 9 month adventure. We explain common prenatal tests and what they can reveal abou...
directed by Kevin Clark McCarthy, fl. 2011; produced by Kari Dean McCarthy, in Beginnings of Life (Chicago, IL: Learning Seed, 2011), 33 mins
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Better Learning with ICT - Case Studies, 1, Presentation: A KS3 and a KS2 Example
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produced by Illumina Digital, in Better Learning with ICT - Case Studies, 1 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2009), 8 mins
This film shows two examples of teachers using presentation tools successfully in the class room. At South Farnham School in Surrey, primary teacher Catherine Monk uses PowerPoint with her Yr6 students to consolidate the work they've been doing about the rainforest. She focuses their attention on the importance of...
produced by Illumina Digital, in Better Learning with ICT - Case Studies, 1 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2009), 8 mins
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Better Learning with ICT - Case Studies, 3, Games -Two KS3 Examples
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produced by Illumina Digital, in Better Learning with ICT - Case Studies, 3 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2009), 10 mins
At Our Lady's Catholic High School in Lancashire, Adrian Gormally works with his colleague Mary Cooch to bring games based learning into his Yr7 geography class. They use customisable games which they either have a licence to use or which are available free online. The class begins with a revision game on climat...
produced by Illumina Digital, in Better Learning with ICT - Case Studies, 3 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2009), 10 mins
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Better Learning with ICT - Case Studies, 5, Data Handling: A Secondary and a Primary Example
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produced by Illumina Digital, in Better Learning with ICT - Case Studies, 5 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2009), 9 mins
This film shows two examples of how teachers are using technology to enhance data handling in the classroom. At St Mary's C of E Primary School in Kent, Colette Cotton is using a variety of data handling software with her Yr5 class. Colette uses data gathered by schools from all over the world and recorded on www....
produced by Illumina Digital, in Better Learning with ICT - Case Studies, 5 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2009), 9 mins
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Classroom Management (Secondary)
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produced by Carole Rosen (New York, NY: Teachers Network), 13 mins
This video follows a high school science teacher as she demonstrates how her structured and routine-based classroom environment is the key to successful behavior management and student engagement.
produced by Carole Rosen (New York, NY: Teachers Network), 13 mins
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Demonstrating Chemistry - Spectacular Experiments, 4, Hydrogen: Rockets
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produced by Glasshead Television and Web, in Demonstrating Chemistry - Spectacular Experiments, 4 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2010), 2 mins
"Prof Hal Sosabowski uses an explosive mixture of hydrogen and air in a plastic bottle, to show how rockets work and to demonstrate Newton?s third law that every action has an equal and opposite reaction. Prof Hal Sosabowski is a committed chemistry educator, evangelist and communicator. Hal shows us how to safely...
produced by Glasshead Television and Web, in Demonstrating Chemistry - Spectacular Experiments, 4 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2010), 2 mins
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Demonstrating Chemistry - Spectacular Experiments, 6, Sodium Ethanoate Stalagmite
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produced by Glasshead Television and Web, in Demonstrating Chemistry - Spectacular Experiments, 6 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2010), 2 mins
"Prof Hal Sosabowski demonstrates a solid spontaneously coming out of solution in this visually beautiful experiment. Just a few crystals are enough to form a nucleation site for a super-saturated solution of sodium acetate. This self-perpetuating reaction forms the basis for hand-warming packs. Prof Hal Sosabowsk...
produced by Glasshead Television and Web, in Demonstrating Chemistry - Spectacular Experiments, 6 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2010), 2 mins
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Demonstrating Chemistry - Spectacular Experiments, 7, The Minty Cola Fountain
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produced by Glasshead Television and Web, in Demonstrating Chemistry - Spectacular Experiments, 7 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2010), 2 mins
"Prof Hal Sosabowski demonstrates carbon dioxide gas coming out of solution at immense speed in this remarkable experiment, which needs only a bottle of fizzy drink and a packet of mints. The resulting eruption shows how nucleation sites can cause a reaction to occur spontaneously. Prof Hal Sosabowski is a committ...
produced by Glasshead Television and Web, in Demonstrating Chemistry - Spectacular Experiments, 7 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2010), 2 mins
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