The BBC is providing daily lessons for children aged 5 to 15 in a range of subjects and will include some famous faces in coming weeks.
An online school created in response to the lockdown, the lessons are based on videos and quizzes for most subjects and age groups. They have also produced videos for trainee teachers where experienced teachers explain how they planned and delivered online lessons.
If you want to get an in-depth view of your subject’s curriculum and what you will teach, Seneca Learning includes resources for curriculum and student revision.
See what lessons look like
We know that those who have had in-school experience find the transition to teaching easier. We also know that it can be difficult to visit as many schools as you want, so we have collated the following recorded lessons to help you get a feel for how lessons are delivered.
Tips and advice for new trainees
Want to hear from the people who have been there and got the t-shirt? The next two videos are from trainees who have shared their reflections on what made a great training year and how they planned a lesson whilst training.
Feedback in teaching
When learning any new skill, feedback is an essential part of the learning process. It is essential to check for learning and progression. We have picked out two video examples from a science and maths class on how feedback may look and sound.