ClickScholar MaryAnna suggested this website that provides
free math instruction videos on specific math topics along
with free math worksheets that accompany the videos. Plus,
this site has free video lessons of entire math textbooks.
You must register to use the site - it's free.
Turn on your speakers and head to the site. When you arrive,
click on the video screen to the right and watch the
introduction presented by the site founder, a math teacher
with 30 years experience. He explains how to navigate the site
for best use.
Then, notice the featured math topic in the center of the
screen. Below it is a display of icons with pictures of
various teachers and students. Click on any one and a video of
them explaining the math topic/lesson appears on the screen to
Below that video screen, you will see an icon that says, "Math
Help." Each time you watch a video, that icon will appear
below the screen. Click on it to access free, printable
worksheets that relate to the math topic in the video.
To select a math topic of interest, use the menu on the left
of the screen. It offers two selections in a tabbed index that
include "Topics" and "Textbooks."
Click on "Topics" to choose lessons of interest that include:
*Basic Mathematics - fractions, mixed numbers, decimals,
ratios, percent, etc.
*Algebra - positive and negative numbers, linear equations,
functions, polynomials, factoring, rational expressions, roots
and radicals, quadratic equations, logarithms, graphing, and
*Trigonometry - functions, triangles, radian measure,
identities and formulas, equations, polar coordinates, etc.
*Calculus - limits, derivatives, integration, applications,
Simply click on the topic of choice and a selection of videos
by various instructors appears in the center of the screen.
Click on any one, and the video is loaded to the video screen.
Don't forget to look for the free worksheet that accompanies
the video by clicking on the "Math Help" icon.
Click on "Textbooks" to access math textbook video lessons.
All of the lessons in the textbook have video tutorials!
Simply click on the textbook of choice, and a table of
contents appears. Click on the topic of choice and a
selection of videos by various instructors appears in the
center of the screen. Click on any one, and the video is
loaded to the video screen. The textbook titles include:
This is a remarkable resource whether you need a little help
with a particular math topic or want an entire math curriculum
delivered on video.
Note: For those who prefer to avoid the registration
requirement at the site, you can access some of the videos
(for high school and college) without registration on their
You Tube channel here: http://www.youtube.com/user/MathTV?ob=1
Diane Flynn Keith
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