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videosVideos for Teachers – Pedagogy and Instruction

Videos for Students (Please note: Not all videos are relevant or complete. You will need to preview them.)

  • Gamequarium Videos
  • Khan Academy Videos – Thousands of instructional videos. Mainly focuses on high school math but some are age-appropriate (scroll down to Arithmetic, Developmental Math, Geometry and Probability.) Intended to supplement instruction, not replace it! (Access is free, but you have to sign up.)
  • Math Playground Videos
  • mathmaster.org  This Australian site has quite a few videos that could be useful to show to your students and some are accompanied by activities (ex. shape properties of triangles and quadrilaterals.) They also have a YouTube channel (MathsMasterOrg).

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