Ideas on how you can use broadcast materials in the classroom, written by teaching professionals in collaboration with ERA.
With a state of the art studio used by the BBC, students on the TV production course at the University of Bedfordshire couldn’t be better resourced for a career in broadcasting.
As part of ERA’s work to make it easier for schools and colleges to make the most of their ERA Licence, we have come to agreements with a number of third party organisations. These organisations operate approved exchange services which teachers can access directly in the classroom. ERA licensees who choose to use these services can then search for copies or clips of programmes for use in lessons.
Rob Butler is an experienced science teacher and Deputy Head at a secondary age special school. Here he shares his views on the great value of video clips to teachers of science.
Staff at Kirklees College in West Yorkshire talk to Kathleen Roberts about their recollections of teaching the new Doctor Who, Jodie Whittaker, and how television and radio can inspire students.
Brentwood School’s Design & Technology teacher and STEM Co-ordinator, Thomas Welland, shares how BBC’s Robot Wars can be used to inspire students and support the teaching of a combined STEM curriculum.
Read about how the ERA Licence and Box of Broadcasts promote and feature the successes of Manchester Film School students.