Deeper Learning : Video Series https://www.teachingchannel.org/deeper-learning-video-series Deeper Learning : Video Series
The 50+ videos in this series showcase 10 Deeper Learning networks that are preparing students for success -- they collectively serve more than 500 schools and 227,000 students.
Meet students and teachers who exemplify what can happen when the Common Core is approached with innovative teaching models that emphasize real-world experience, academic mindsets, and collaborative project work.
Teaching Channel : 680 Videos http://sco.lt/8poVMH Teaching Channel is a video showcase -- on the Internet and TV -- of innovative and effective teaching practices in America's schools.
Brilliant videos for teacher continuing professional development #CPD ... on many different pedagogical, classroom, teahing, learning and management areas.
Video Examples of UDL Practices http://bit.ly/14MBV3D Video Examples of UDL Practices in the Middle School Classroom
Universal design for learning (UDL) is the practice of embedding flexible strategies into the curriculum during the planning process so that all students can access the curriculum. If UDL is implemented meaningfully, then it greatly reduces the need for retrofitting accommodations for individual students. The needs of individual learners are met through flexible teaching and carefully planned choices for all students to demonstrate their knowledge.
Videos from L4L : Leon Cych in the UK http://www.l4l.co.uk/?page_id=1412 This is a totally free archive that is free from advertisements. It is a pointer to a growing archive of films over the last five years (about 500 in total and rising fast) of teachers and other practitioners at Teachmeets and other events.
Here are a few playlists from recent events – all the videos are in one handy place in each video placeholder – just play the video, pause and hold your cursor above the video and you can see the lists of further videos for that event.
Teachers TV : Videos of Teachers in the Classroom http://www.tes.co.uk/MyPublicProfile.aspx?uc=447531 Teachers TV content is now available on TES in agreement with the Department of Education.
TES has brought back all 3,500 Teachers TV programmes which are available for teachers to use for free, though all content is protected by Crown Copyright. Teachers TV was a government funded TV and online video service that operated until April 2011.
NAIS on iTunes U http://bit.ly/kWZWJP NAIS on iTunes U
The NAIS on iTunes U program provides participants the unique opportunity to showcase videos of their schools and of their innovative teaching methods through the use of technology.
It provides them with a platform through which they can share models of great teaching and learning experiences in the classrooms, models that many other schools can use in restructuring their own programs and curriculum.
Aggregator for Education Videos http://www.sutree.com/ Aggregator for Education Videos ... some related to teachers teaching
TeacherTube (online videos) http://www.teachertube.com/ TeacherTube (online videos)
A lots of relevant classroom video resources .. including a few of teachers teaching.
Teachers TV (UK) https://www.education.gov.uk/schools/toolsandinitiatives/teacherstv/ Teachers TV (UK)
Thousands of educational programmes ... some with teachers teaching ... a brilliant resource whatever your curriculum area or age group.
Following the closure of Teachers TV, the [UK] Department has signed a number of non-exclusive distribution agreements that will ensure that the 3,500 15 minute programmes in the archive will still be available to watch on-line.
You can watch Teachers TV programmes by clicking on one of the links. This will take you to a distributor’s website where you will be able to stream the programme free of charge:
Professional Development Video Clips http://www.thinkport.org/classroom/onlineclips/profdevclips.tp Professional Development Video Clips
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