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Share your teaching, learn from others and enjoy unique rewards

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YouTeachMe is a simple idea - enable education professionals to create and use quality videos in their teaching; then use the power of the internet to make these videos available for others to use in their teaching too.

Targeting learners with focussed videos designed to support or challenge them will accelerate progress. Enabling teachers to watch and use others' videos creates a supportive network of professionals improving their practice together. Old technologies, used in new ways, really can enhance the work of every teacher and benefit every child.

Become a contributor

Any teacher working in a UK school can register for free and share their teaching videos.

You Teach Me for Schools

Find out how YouTeachMe can transform learning and teaching in every school.

The benefits

The site has unique features. Teachers are able to create sequences of videos and push these out to children and parents through individual pupil access. School staff can link with colleagues in their own school to easily share resources and are encouraged to join wider professional networks.

  • Improved Teaching
  • Accelerated Progress
  • Support For Parents
  • Unique Benefits
Example videos
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    Y1 Mathematics

    Addition and subtraction language challe...

    This video sets a challenge…to say whether a word is an addition word, or a subtraction word. There is a time ... more

    This video sets a challenge…to say whether a word is an addition word, or a subtraction word. There is a time challenge involved to add a little excitement. This might be a nice way to finish a small group session where the children have been sorting similar words.

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    Key Stage 2 Mathematics

    Further Examples | Finding Percentages o...

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    Part of a sequence demonstrating how to calculate a percentage of a given amount ... more

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    Part of a sequence demonstrating how to calculate a percentage of a given amount without a calculator.

    Works through a few more complex examples of calculating percentage of a given amount.

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