Physics House is just one of the thousands of educational videos available on ClickView, which are designed to support the National Curriculum in England.
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We curate the best educational videos from renowned content providers and also create our own ClickView Original Series designed for educators and students across the United Kingdom.
These videos come with additional resources such as teachers’ guides and worksheets to help summarise content, raise discussion points and engage students.
With Albert, you can find the right video within seconds using curriculum codes. This is only possible because our entire video library has been mapped to the National Curriculum in England.
Albert also recommends relevant videos from our content sharing platform, the ClickView Exchange including more than 12,700 videos recorded from free-to-air TV channels and shared by other teachers.
ClickView helps you set up your BYOD program as we support all web browsers and offer a free native app for iOS, Android and Windows mobile.
This makes it easy for teachers to quickly find curriculum-relevant videos for their lesson plans while students can watch these videos at their own pace using any computer or mobile device.
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Knowledge and understanding of the world progressed significantly between the 13th and 21st centuries. This series examines how this progression affected health, medicine and treatment of disease in British health history.
One of J. B. Priestley’s best known works for stage, An Inspector Calls, is a classic of mid-20th century English theatre. These four programmes study key aspects of the play
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