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SDP's Exemplary Teaching Video Library provides different domains including: planning and preparation, the classroom environment, instruction, and professional responsibilities.
"The Exemplary Teaching Video Library is a professional development tool comprised of curated videos showing concrete examples of great teaching and learning practices in our district."
This link will provide many different types of video content for Pre-K, toddlers and infants. From climate, sensitivity, perspectives, modeling and more.
"The Louisiana Department of Education along with the Cecil J. Picard Center at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette has developed a set of videos with quality examples of the domains and dimensions within the Pre-K and Toddler versions of the CLASS® tool. These high-quality examples were filmed in Louisiana classrooms."
The information provided from this link include the subjects: math, science, social studies, and English language arts. Content varies for grades K-12. Within this website there are also training videos and workshops that are available.
"These videos depict a range of practice to support within-district calibration activities that promote a shared understanding of instructional quality."
The Minnesota Historical Society provides 4 videos each containing tools, supplementary materials and additional teaching and learning materials. The four videos are broken into the introduction and then tenets 1-3.
"Culturally relevant pedagogy (CRP) is a teaching framework established by Dr. Gloria Ladson-Billings at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Using footage of exemplar classroom teachers and their students, these videos demonstrate how primary sources can provide an effective vehicle for students to engage in culturally relevant learning."
This link provides multiple different websites that include videos for learning and teaching. The website and short description is given. The website itself has many different PowerPoints, videos, and documents for the headings at the top of the page.
If you are looking for K-3 literacy this link could be very beneficial. This link provides 38 videos. In the description of each video provides a grade and a written description of what is happening in the video. Guides and handouts are also available.
This toolkit has key ideas and strategies for K-8 English learners. The information is to help teach academic content and literacy to English learners in elementary and middle school.
"Included in the toolkit of materials are 31 handouts and 23 videos. Four of the videos provide narrative overviews of the four recommendations in the practice guide; the remaining videos show teachers putting the recommendations into practice in actual classrooms at three different grade levels."
This is a guide to help improve mathematical problem solving to students in grades 4-8.
"The practice guide provides research-based recommendations for teachers to incorporate into their classroom practice. The facilitator’s guide is designed to complement and extend the practice guide by providing teachers step-by-step guidance for the best ways to implement some of these evidence-based recommendations."
TeacherTube has videos of teacher teaching subjects such as science, math, history, social studies, language arts, educational songs, and more. Under each video there is a date and a grade that coincides with the video.
"It is a site to provide anytime, anywhere professional development with teachers teaching teachers. As well, it is a site where teachers can post videos designed for students to view in order to learn a concept or skill."
This website provides a variety of informational videos regarding math. From public lessons, formative re-engaging lessons, number talks, building classroom climates and problems of the month. All of these topics fall under 'video lessons'.
"Learning from the practices of others is a powerful way to improve teaching. Explore real mathematics teaching and learning by exploring everyday classrooms where educators are working to refine their mathematics teaching practices."