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Jon Scieszka, the best selling American children's writer and US ambassador for children's literature, talks with...
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Reading Aloud New York Treats
Jon Scieszka, the best selling American children's writer and US ambassador for children's literature gives his top...
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Reading Aloud New York Treats
A short montage of stories, poems and drawings created by New York children in response to the tragedy of 9/11, for...
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Demonstrating Chemistry
Professor Hal Sosabowski creates imposing sheets of flame in front of his face, using lycopodium powder, a finely...
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Demonstrating Chemistry
A visually impressive experiment using glowsticks to show luminescence and rates of reaction, in this idea for Key...
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Demonstrating Chemistry
Show students a stunning and spectacular reaction by mixing three colourless solutions, in an experiment idea for Key...
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Demonstrating Chemistry
Using just a bottle of fizzy cola and a packet of mints, Professor Hal Sosabowski demonstrates a dramatic, messy...
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Demonstrating Chemistry
Ideal for planning Key Stage 3 and 4 chemistry lessons, Professor Hal Sosabowski demonstrates a solid spontaneously...
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Demonstrating Chemistry
An exciting chemistry experiment idea for Key Stage 3/4 chemistry lessons, to illustrate how pure hydrogen burns....
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Witness the results as schools around the country respond to a BBC challenge to create a 60-second version of Shakespeare.

Presented by Charlotte Hume of Teachers TV News, Sharing Your Great Practice is a weekly competition that searches out the best of what's happening in schools across the country.

Every two years young people who excel in vocational skills compete at WorldSkills, the global skills olympics. Watch as they fight it out to prove their excellence.

Think you've got what it takes to take the helm? Find out by watching these brave souls prepare themselves for a headship interview, with the help of leadership expert Jo Owen.

Some examples of enterprise education that focus on social projects to benefit the local community. What did the pupils learn and what will they take forward into the future?

Peter Curran chairs groups of top teachers who recount tales, both inspirational and frustrating, of bosses, colleagues and pupils who've made a profound impression on them.

This series of short plays based on winning scripts from the 2008 competition run by Teachers TV, in association with the National Union of Teachers, offers an alternate view of life in an educational environment, written by those who work within it.

This series showcases the talents of teachers who do remarkable things outside of the classroom, including a champion table tennis player, a successful exhibitor of championship level dogs and a psychologist.

In this series we follow two new heads of department throughout their crucial first summer term, gaining a fascinating and genuine insight into what it's like to "start in the middle".

 

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