These post compulsory lesson DVDs cover a range of subjects and are supplied with reports and judgements made by a qualified Ofsted inspector. Unlike other lessons on DVD, reports and judgements are based on the video evidence.
Lesson DVDs packs include a CD with teachers’ lesson plans, lesson report and judgement, evaluation forms, and a range of continuing professional development activities prepared by Edge Hill University.
This mixed ability group of students are introduced to a campaign designed to prevent recreational drug use. They are encouraged to talk about the design of the campaign and who their target audiences are, how it might be deployed, issues etc. This will lead on to the group designing their own campaigns in following lessons.
This lesson focuses on modern family structures, co-habitation and marriage. Students discuss the diversity of social relationships in groups and come to conclusions.
This class have been looking at lung structure, ventilation and disease. In this lesson students learn how to use a spirometer and are introduced to key terms. Pulmonary ventilation rates are measured and results from the spirometer are analysed.
After 8 weeks of the course students have been introduced to logic gates in a practical way with logic boards. They have now moved on to Boolean algebra as a means of mathematically expressing logic problems. In this lesson the look at traffic light systems and make use of bullion algebra.
In this lesson the class look at finding minimum spanning trees from a matrix. In previous lessons the students have been introduced to finding minimum spanning trees using Kruskal's algorithm and Prim’s algorithm.
Society, Health and Development (SHD) Diploma
This level 3 class is about partnership working and the students explore job roles within the NHS and how people work together. Building on an already presented case study the tutor demonstrates drawing blood as a procedure allowing learners to observe and participate.
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Schools, colleges and universities nationwide are using our lessons for a range of purposes including:
Initial Teacher Training – resources can be used with new initial teacher trainees before they enter their professional placements and lead their own classes. The resources help trainees to identify areas of good practice and areas for future development.
ITT Mentor Training – experienced teachers and tutors who act as mentors for teacher trainees, may find the classroom videos a useful training resource to help identify strengths and areas for development of practitioners via the observation process. The resources could be used as a standardisation exercise for mentors who are required to grade the lessons of their mentees.
Observation Team Training – internal inspection and observation teams may find the classroom video resources useful in preparing for a new round of internal observations, using the resource as a standardisation tool to ensure grades awarded are consistent across the team.
INSET, CPD and Staff Development – the classroom video resources could be used as part of a staff development event for organisations preparing for inspection. Teaching colleagues could watch and comment on each of the videos to highlight areas of good practice and to identify those areas which observers would identify as requiring further development.