Teachers TV and the TES

I recently found a link to an old website I used to frequent and have recently overlooked – Teachers TV.

 

Returning, I found it had been shut down and found instead:

Following the closure of Teachers TV, the 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 below. This will take you to a distributor’s website where you will be able to stream the programme free of charge:  https://www.education.gov.uk/schools/toolsandinitiatives/teacherstv/.

The Times Educational Supplement site  is now hosting all of the Teachers TV videos. Teachers TV supplied professional development videos and resources by going inside classrooms and into schools to help save time with practical tips, lesson ideas and classroom resources.

The TES is rich in other resources; not only that, its an excellent place to look for international jobs (and ones in the UK).

1 Comment
  • Mark
    September 26, 2012

    Hi,

    I found that too, but it didn’t allow me to search for videos easily. That link you shared has lots of other sites that are hosting the teachers TV videos.

    I’ve been through them all and my favourite is http://www.teachfind.com.

    It’s a big clever search engine hosting all the old teachers tv videos.

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