Free high school social studies videos for all learning levels
A sample of our extensive video collection
Our world changes so quickly. You can trust ClickView to keep you current with historical, cultural and environmental developments and changes through our regularly updated video content. For a limited time, our most popular social studies videos are available free. Watch one today and find out why so many schools already use ClickView to enhance student engagement and understanding.
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Social studies resources aligned with current educational practice
To make your life a little bit easier, we’ve curated the best educational video content in consultation with social studies subject matter experts. You’ll also find a full suite of educational resources to help you teach your subject across all grade levels and topics. Choose from lesson plans, classroom activities and worksheets that all align with current educational practice, such as useful quizzes, timelines, and fact sheets.
Reliable, relevant video content
With up-to-date information on trends around the world, ClickView video is a valuable teaching tool for your social studies students. It doesn’t matter if you teach government and civics or world history and geography, our high school library offers the latest content to engage your students in learning.
Access the high school social studies resources for any video with your ClickView subscription. Lesson plans, classroom activities, and worksheets are designed to align with current subject-area understanding, ready for you to download, share and embed into your learning management system.
For teachers by teachers
Teach social studies with confidence at any high school level. All supporting teaching resources are curriculum-relevant and have been carefully reviewed in consultation with our educational consultants, social studies subject experts. These are resources for teachers by teachers.
Check student understanding
Making a video interactive by incorporating questions gives students the chance to reflect on their learning. It also gives you, the teacher, an opportunity to identify learning gaps and plan for effective teaching. Check student progress through a social studies unit or use interactives to scaffold topic revision.
Find resources to support you to implement teaching strategies, such as multiple exposures, into the high school social studies classroom. Students can watch ClickView content anywhere, anytime - multiple times - to build learning mastery, while interactive layers can help teachers monitor learning progress.