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Teach Stream

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What is Teach Stream?

Teach Stream enables teachers and tutors to deliver lessons via a live webcast in HD video and audio.

Students have the ability to interact with tutors using real time chat messages. Student identity is protected at all times, no video stream is required from their end.

Educational Impact

build student knowledge
73%
improve school processes
64%
Improves Behaviour / Wellbeing
57%
CompanyFounded: 2020
Age Range8-10, 11-13, 14-16, 17-18
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Requirements

The product was designed to be as easy to use a possible. Teachers simply need to visit the website and signup with their email address. After signup, they enter a code linked with their school. After linking with their school they can schedule a lesson and share a lesson code with their class using typical communication methods such as homework tracking / VLE software or email. Once the lesson starts, the teacher simply uses their browser to webcast to their students, no software downloads required.

Training

Little training is required to start using the system. We have a suite of tutorial videos to cover the functionality of the system on our website.

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Teach Stream Reviews

3.45 out of 5

from 11 Verified Reviews

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G Featherstone

Assistant Headteacher

Used Teach Stream for 7–12 months

Feb 2021

Teach Stream was able to be deployed immediately within our school. The system is designed to meet teacher's needs and as such does not have a high training overhead. It offers the level of safety and security to meet safeguarding requirements and the support from the Teach Stream team has been exemplary

G Featherstone found Teach Stream:
  • Significantly builds student knowledge
    Results obtained from assessments following live lessons
  • Significantly improves behaviour or wellbeing
    Teachstream allows regular contact with students during school closure. The inbuilt facilities support student behaviour through enabling and disabling talk and chat. The hidden discussion facility allows all students to participate without embarrassment
  • Significantly improves school processes
    Teach Stream allows a regular school day to be followed, registers to be taken to monitor attendance, and work completion and attainment to be recorded
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Katie Ridgway

Vice Principal

Used Teach Stream for 1-2 years

Feb 2021

The team at TeachStream have been so responsive to our requests for modifications. I feel like it really supports our teaching and learning delivery. As a platform it has improved significantly over the last year and we look forward to looking for ways to use it post-lockdown.

Katie Ridgway found Teach Stream:
  • Significantly builds student knowledge
    As a method for delivering whole class or small group 'input' it allows teaching colleagues to plan their lessons in a way that communicates new knowledge as well as consolidating previous learning.
  • Significantly improves behaviour or wellbeing
    It allows all students to be a part of the lesson online. Our students have contributed really well in the lesson chat function and appreciate being able to reply privately to the teacher as well as being able to engage in whole class discussion. The 'typing' function allows teachers to encourage students who are writing a contribution to the lesson which helps to keep the lesson flowing. It helps students at the start of the lesson to be able to see you as the teacher through the 'video on' function but teachers do not have to worry about managing students having their cameras on as this isn't a feature of the software. From a wellbeing point of view, students have appreciated not being on camera and it also means that the platform is as inclusive as possible - students don't need a device with a camera or a microphone to participate. Having the ability to disable the chat function and see who is in the lesson does help with behaviour management in an online setting. You can also download the 'chat log' which helps to frame conversations with students and parents if anything needs to be addressed in terms of conduct. Having the ability to download the recording of the lesson also supports both student and staff wellbeing as it provides a resource that staff can use for the delivery of future lessons and it gives students to opportunity to re-watch the lesson for clarity.
  • Significantly improves school processes
    TeachStream is our primary mode for delivering online lessons to our young people.
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Lewis Hearnden

Director of Science

Used Teach Stream for 3 months

Jul 2020

It has many advantages over google meet, microsoft teams and zoom. I feel more comfortable using this platform with KS3/4.

Lewis Hearnden found Teach Stream:
  • Slightly builds student knowledge
    It is teacher dependent, therefore it depends on how a session is set up.
  • Slightly improves behaviour or wellbeing
    It is a teaching platform rather than some thing that helps manage behaviour or well being. There are features of the software that help manage behavioural issues.
  • Moderately improves teaching efficiency and productivity
    You can teach to a greater number of students at one time. The converse of this is that that limits interactions
  • Moderately reduces teacher workload
    By teaching a larger group.
  • Moderately improves school processes
    Certainly so due to the effect of COVID-19. It has allowed teacher-student interactions in a safe online environment where the teacher is in full control and there are no CP issues.
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Anne

Teacher

Used Teach Stream for 3 months

Jul 2020

I use Google Meet and Teachstream. My students tell me that both are very similar from their perspective. I find Teachstream slower than Google Meet. I understand that I have more control in Teachstream, but my students are well behaved! The main problem with Teachstream is that that I have to use another programme to record my lessons.

Reply from Teach Stream:Hi Anne, thanks for your review. Teach Stream now has built-in recording, allowing you to record your lesson without any additional tools. Hope this helps! Thanks, Marty
Anne found Teach Stream:
  • Slightly builds student knowledge
  • Not significantly improves behaviour or wellbeing
  • Not significantly improves teaching efficiency and productivity
  • Not reduces teacher workload
  • Slightly improves school processes
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Nigel Hobbs

Head Of Technology

Used Teach Stream for 2 months

Jul 2020

It needs some improvements.

Reply from Teach Stream:Hi Nigel, thanks for your comments. Teach Stream has had lots of improvements over the past few months, including adding recording functionality. Thanks, Marty
Nigel Hobbs found Teach Stream:
  • Moderately builds student knowledge
    Completion of remote work successfully
  • Not significantly improves behaviour or wellbeing
  • Slightly improves teaching efficiency and productivity
    It does allow for absent students to get a live lesson IF it could record
  • Not significantly reduces teacher workload
  • Slightly improves school processes
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Naomi Welch

Teacher

Used Teach Stream for 2 months

Jul 2020

I would rather use Google Meet. I need to be able to record lessons. There are too many things to manage in the lesson in different screens.

Reply from Teach Stream:Hi Naomi, thanks for your feedback. We heard your comments and implemented recording and more centralised student management, so that everything is in one place! Thanks, Marty
Naomi Welch found Teach Stream:
  • Moderately builds student knowledge
    being able to go through slides and explain
  • Slightly improves behaviour or wellbeing
  • Slightly improves teaching efficiency and productivity
  • Not significantly reduces teacher workload
  • Slightly improves school processes
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Madeleine Judd

Science Teacher

The Weald School., England

Used Teach Stream for 1 month

Jul 2020

Madeleine Judd found Teach Stream:
  • Significantly builds student knowledge
    Students are able to ask questions on their work and get an immediate response. Teacher can talk through key points and terms that may not be covered in a webpage/video.
  • Significantly improves behaviour or wellbeing
    Students have to log in with their school email address, so cannot be anonymous. Students who are not using the chat appropriately can be removed. Students can continue to feel part of the school community.
  • Moderately improves teaching efficiency and productivity
    Gain feedback from students as to how well they have understood a particular concept. Review exam answers and discuss with students. Can review work with many students at one time.
  • Slightly reduces teacher workload
    Can require two or more teachers at one time. One to review the chat and one to deliver the lesson.
  • Slightly improves school processes
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Stephanie Gibert

Teacher

Used Teach Stream for 2 months

Jul 2020

It would be better if the teacher could present and see students comments/questions in the same time - at the moment when we go back to the Teach Stream page where the students are, the document we are presenting is frozen where we left it and we can't continue to present it. I would be great if we could do both in the same time.

Stephanie Gibert found Teach Stream:
  • Moderately builds student knowledge
    I can check their understanding by asking them questions
  • Not improves behaviour or wellbeing
  • Not significantly improves teaching efficiency and productivity
  • Not significantly reduces teacher workload
  • Slightly improves school processes
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Jenni

English Teacher

Used Teach Stream for 3 months

Jul 2020

It is a means to an end of delivering content to students, and it does to some extent allow them to ask questions to clarify understanding.

Jenni found Teach Stream:
  • Not significantly builds student knowledge
  • Slightly improves behaviour or wellbeing
  • Slightly improves teaching efficiency and productivity
  • Not significantly reduces teacher workload
  • Slightly improves school processes
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Melanie Bennett

Teacher

Used Teach Stream for 2 Months

Jul 2020

I think this works brilliantly currently, not sure whether I would use it once students are back in school

Melanie Bennett found Teach Stream:
  • Moderately builds student knowledge
    Able to identify and address misconceptions remotely
  • Moderately improves behaviour or wellbeing
    The ability to mute students makes behaviour management easier than alternative platforms
  • Slightly improves teaching efficiency and productivity
  • Slightly reduces teacher workload
  • Slightly improves school processes
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Andy Mowforth

Head of Mathematics

Used Teach Stream for 3 months

Jul 2020

There are continued areas of development, and as these are brought into the system the score would move closer to 10!

Andy Mowforth found Teach Stream:
  • Moderately builds student knowledge
    Support sessions using Teachstream show students increased understanding following the walk through of questions
  • Slightly improves behaviour or wellbeing
  • Significantly improves teaching efficiency and productivity
    Running live support sessions on teachstream is easy to setup, students are able to view and comment on what is being shown.
  • Not significantly reduces teacher workload
    It helps run the live interaction session with the students, but there is preparation work required for this so workload not necessarily reduced.
  • Moderately improves school processes
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Last updated 1st July 2022
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