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Great Resources for Teachers: ClickView

Here you will find many useful links to both curriculum and teaching ideas.

Digital educational videos that support the curriculum - any time on any device!

Free training: Effective pedagogical use of video in the classroom

ClickView are currently running complimentary webinar training sessions on how to maximise student engagement through video-based learning. These sessions count as teacher identified hours for the purposes of NESA/AITSL teacher accreditation/maintenance. 
 
What will you learn? The sessions teach you effective strategies for boosting student outcomes and engagement with relevant video content. Each webinar will run for 30 minutes.
 
ClickView Playlists (30th July, 3:30pm AEST)
ClickView Administration (20th Aug., 3:30PM AEST)
Teacher-Created Content with ClickView (3rd Sept., 3:30PM AEST)
Copyright and ClickView (22nd Oct., 3:30PM AEST)
 

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Who should attend? The webinars are designed for beginners to experienced ClickView users. Staff from your school, or other schools, are welcome to register. If you cannot attend, register and after the webinar ClickView will email you the recording.

 

What is ClickView?
ClickView records 18 free-to-air TV channels, with the programmes available minutes after they have aired until the end of 14 days, giving you plenty of time to add them to your library and your lesson plans.

Teachers and students can find and share curriculum-relevant videos that support their subjects and research outcomes.

ClickView can also record Foxtel programmes for you and add them to your Workspace once they've aired. The service is at no extra cost and counts towards your daily request limit.

Sign in through MyGrammar to access ClickView at home or away from school.

Align your teaching with the learning needs of each student

In the webinar below, ClickView Learning Advisors discussed how video can be used to align teaching with the individual learning needs of each student. Watch the webinar recording to learn about differentiation in a variety contexts, and how educators are using the ClickView platform to differentiate their teaching.

Click here to learn more

Create Interactive Videos

Did you know you can take any video and add an interactive layer of built-in questions or problems for homework. Students can't proceed until they answer these questions. Then use the analytics to check who watched the video and how many questions they were able to answer correctly.

Click here to learn how to create your own interactive video.

Feature Films for you to watch

Boost student outcomes and expand upon learnings with ClickView's collection of current and classic feature films.

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 To Kill A Mockingbird (E)

Atticus Finch, a lawyer in the Depression-era South, defends a black man against an undeserved rape charge, and his children against prejudice.
 

 

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 I Am Not Your Negro (M)

Based on Baldwin's unfinished manuscript Remember This House - a stirring, personal account of the lives and deaths of his friends Medgar Evers, Malcom X and Martin Luther King Jr.
 
 

 Stay up-to-date with ClickView TV Guide

The ClickView TV Guide brings you the best recommendations for educational programmes from free to air television, saving you time and energy.

Every fortnight the ClickView Curation Team will look ahead in the free to air broadcasting schedule and find programmes that are relevant to your classroom.

Your friendly library staff are available to help students and staff to access, clip and download programs for learning and research purposes. Come and see us today!

Click here to see what's on over the next 2 weeks.