All teachers and students in Victorian government schools now have access to ClickView’s suite of interactive video resources until December 2022.
Learn more about getting started on your ClickView journey below. Schools accessing ClickView through the Department are asked to download and distribute parent and school information, and are encouraged to enrol in free professional development.
"Teachers and students at our school are loving the ClickView resource – it's easy to use and is packed with great features. It's really added some extra engagement and excitement to our lessons. Teachers have recently been integrating their quality questioning strategies into the interactive videos, which fits perfectly within our teaching and learning framework. We love it!"
- Karen Cagliarini, Instructional Practice Leader - Elearning, Melton Secondary College
Teachers and students can log in to ClickView via the Department’s eduPass service at edustar.vic.edu.au/clickview.
You can access thousands of videos and resources to help support your teachers with ClickView. This free poster outlines ten different ways that ClickView can be incorporated within your High Impact Teaching Strategies.
Strategies include Setting Goals, Collaborative Learning, Feedback, Questioning and more. Download the poster, login to ClickView and find out how you can make the best use of this resource.
The Department's privacy impact assessment requires schools to provide parents with Department-supplied information before allowing student access to ClickView. This pack is available via the link below. Any request for a child not to participate should be emailed to the Digital Learning team. The team can also be contacted with any questions about privacy at firstname.lastname@example.orgAs a parent, if you have concerns about the use of ClickView or are considering opting out, please contact your school to get more information about the system and the protection in place. While we can make alternative local arrangements for your child/ren it is preferable for all students to have equal access to online educational tools.
Teachers and students will log in to ClickView via the Department’s eduPass service at www.edustar.vic.edu.au/clickview. Teachers will use their employee number and students will use their eduPass credentials.
Schools that already subscribe to ClickView will continue to log in normally until the end of their current contract period, at which point the school should contact ClickView Support at email@example.com for details on moving across to the Department’s subscription.
Schools accessing ClickView should download and distribute the below school information pack among teachers and staff.
Professional learning can help educators to maximise the benefits of ClickView and employ it as a resource for quality teaching and learning. Teachers and school leaders are encouraged to enrol in information and professional learning sessions on ClickView at no cost.Participating schools are also asked to nominate a ClickView representative for contact regarding future training and development opportunities, through the Digital Learning team firstname.lastname@example.org