COP26 Teaching Resources
Discover perfectly curated climate change teaching resources, ideally used to support conversations around COP26.
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ClickView is the leading video content resource for primary schools, secondary schools and further education settings. Access visually stunning, curriculum-aligned video content and teacher resources, plus contextual on-demand TV, your own video library and interactive question layers for formative assessment. Trusted by over 5,000 schools and colleges, we put world-class video content for effective teaching and learning at the fingertips of educators and students.
Access ClickView’s free teaching resources
From study guides to posters and lesson plans, we offer thousands of educational resources to accompany our primary, secondary and FE/HE video content. These regularly updated teaching resources cover all levels of learning and each curriculum area.Explore free teaching resources
Why schools, colleges and universities love ClickView
Hear from inspiring educators about how ClickView has helped to transform student learning and engagement. Get tips on how to use ClickView for formative assessment, flipped classrooms and other innovative teaching suggestions.
Nick Melton, Assistant Head Teacher
Tupton Hall School
Elizabeth McLaughlin, Senior lecturer
University of Western Scotland
Neil Nodzak, Learning Technologist
"With ClickView you don’t have to waste time trying to find the ‘right’ video. Their TV standard, curriculum focused content is so high-quality, they get it right first time."
Using educational videos in the classroom
Using video in the classroom is no longer a passive viewing experience. We’ve transformed it into active
learning by expanding the possibilities. By using the interactive video feature, you can quickly add
annotations, short answer questions and multiple choice responses to any video. Once your students complete
your set questions, you receive instant detailed feedback via ClickView to indicate their level of concept
understanding. Our interactive videos also support blended learning as students can engage deeply with
video within and beyond the classroom.
We support and encourage innovative learning, such as the flipped classroom model. Many of our users also upload their own teaching examples to inspire others with new ideas. With students able to access ClickView on any device, including mobile, there are opportunities to create and upload their own content for a vlog, reflection or other assessment task. Learn more about using interactive videos
Teaching resources for primary, secondary and further education
No matter which level you teach at, or which subject areas you specialise in, you’ll find video resources
to support teaching and learning in your classroom. Whether it’s Shakespeare for English, Algebra for Maths
or The Solar System for Science, you and your team will have a range of content to choose from. Alongside
our video content, you’ll find different types of supporting resources. These include lesson plan packs,
posters, presentation slides and study guides.
We also support you with flexibility beyond the classroom. Being able to access ClickView on any device means students can access videos and resources at home if they’ve missed a class or to reinforce a concept. You can also set a task for students to record and upload a video that can be done in their own time. Learn more about teaching resources
Creating learning resources for teaching teams
We encourage collaboration within your schools, especially when it comes to curating learning resources for
particular units of work or year levels. Collaboration between educators is an effective way to develop a
deeper selection of content. You can do this using our new Library Editor.
Develop shared playlists to achieve teaching and learning consistency across a particular subject or year level.
Suggested lesson plans and classroom activities can also be shared among a teaching team.
Browse the collection to see our full list of videos and accompanying resources. Then be sure to look at the Exchange and Freeview TV to curate a playlist of extra resources. Adding a wide selection of resources to your playlists helps cater to students in your classes with different abilities. You can complete formative assessment via interactive video to establish levels of understanding, then extend or support students as necessary with tailored resources. Learn more about teaching strategies
Explore ClickView’s extensive video library
Our ClickView library of educational videos is updated regularly in response to requests and feedback from
educators. All ClickView-produced content is created in consultation with subject matter
experts. This is to make sure it’s curriculum-aligned and in line with what you’re teaching in the classroom.
In addition to our video library, you also have unlimited access to Freeview TV (including BBC RES). Browse the fortnightly TV guide to explore the latest TV content from 24 Freeview channels and 8 European satellite channels. Use a clip as a hook to engage your students in a lesson, or show a recent documentary on a current issue to spark discussion or delve into a theme. ClickView Exchange is another growing resource, with a huge selection of user-uploaded content. You’ll never be short on relevant content for your classroom. Browse the ClickView library