Teaching & Learning Exploratory
The Teaching and Learning Exploratory (TLE) features full-length classroom videos and curated collections of clips with integrated tools for interaction and exploration. The TLE includes over a thousand classroom sessions from diverse locations in K-12 settings.

Join Now

Available membership plans



  • A set of tagged videos of Math and ELA classrooms
  • Previews of curated collections
  • Access to lesson artifacts
  • Private playlists
  • Introduction to High-Leverage Practices and TeachingWorks Tags



(Billed Annually)
  • Access to thousands of hours of unique classroom video and accompanying resources
  • Unlimited access to all video collections
  • Interactive video tools and annotations provided by PlayPosit
  • Access to newly added collections
  • Ability to share videos with other TLE users
  • Responsive user support through Zendesk



  • Users receive Professional accounts
  • Video embed and LMS integration
  • Ability to securely upload personal education media
  • Volume discounts, centralized billing, and group codes for easy access
  • Additional support for units and professional learning communities

Collections of Authentic Classroom Videos

Over a thousand full length classroom sessions from diverse locations

K-12 classrooms, covering core subjects such as mathematics, language arts and more

Multiple camera angles show teaching and learning from the perspective of the students and teacher

Tools to Open the Power of Videos

You may want to simply find and play one classroom video, or you may need to search hundreds of videos and then make clips and combine a compiled movie with slides and exercises. Our tools are here to help you.


...keywords and video tags


...playlists and collections


...video clips from multiple classroom sessions *


...projects to present to other educators *


...classes as you practice using observation instruments *


...video to your own web systems

* These features are temporarily unavailable while we explore an improved platform.

How Others are Exploring with Videos

Jaclyn Facca

3rd Grade Teacher, Brooklands Elementary
Jaclyn shares video clips with co-workers as she progresses through her professional development plan.

Imani D Goffney

Assistant Professor, Mathematics Education at University of Houston
Imani is using videos to train researchers to use a new classroom observation instrument.

Sue Feldman

Director of Educational Service District 112 Research Center for Learning and Leadership / Assistant Professor, Lewis and Clark College Graduate School of Education Counseling
Sue is using videos to help Oregon and Washington school leaders develop effective ways to provide feedback to teachers.

Julie Jordan

Director of Curriculum and Research Unit at Mississippi State University
Julie is sharing videos with principals through the state’s ‘Canvas’ Learning Management System.

Matthew Perini

Director of Content Development, Silver Strong Associates
Matthew coordinates The Thoughtful Classroom’s efforts to create master-scored training videos.

Bridget Maher

Doctoral Candidate at University of Michigan
Bridget is sharing videos with undergraduate pre-service teachers to illustrate the Common Core topic “Close Reading.”


How would you like to use video?

Copyright © 2017. The Regents of the University of Michigan.
All rights reserved. Terms of Service
Go Top