Teaching Helps: Web Videos
Science and Mathematics
Worried about how to communicate your university level of science to your students? A chemistry professor demonstrates how to bring university science to the middle school classroom.
This video shows how mathematics is taught in different countries.
Want to make sure students really understand what you are teaching? These sites offer ideas on how to teach for complete comprehension in everything from math to reading.
Wondering about the place of technology in the classroom? See how INTIME seeks to incorporate technology into education by scrolling through the list of videos taped in real PreK – 12 classrooms.
CTELL, a research project founded by the National Science Foundation, demonstrates using technology to teach children’s literacy and reading comprehension.
Arizona K – 12 Center shows teachers in K-12 classrooms presenting lessons on King Arthur, rectangles, plant parts, and a range of topics.
Stenhouse Publishers offers a long list of videos on different topics from A-Z. Topics include Academic Literacy, Words of the Week, working in small groups vs. working in large groups, reading comprehension lessons, Editing writing, spelling and grammar, rubrics, using resources such as online videos, magazines, newspapers, Strategy instruction, to visual literacy.