Over on my blog, I recently posted a series of seven free online resources for different subjects areas. I'd love to hear comments on those to see what other resources you guys are using in your classrooms. What I really need, though, is some help coming up with some math resources. Here are the links to the others if you want to check them out:
Thanks for your help! I'll wade through these in the next few days and pick out my seven favorites, and I'll let you know when the blog is posted. I'm glad some of you enjoyed my blog posts. I love sharing almost as much as I love learning!
Here's a couple that haven't been mentioned so far:
With a focus on a wide range of students and learning abilities, MathVids provides access to hundreds of instructional videos that relate basic, intermediate, and advanced mathematical concepts. The site contains a number of sample videos, though visitors will need to complete a free registration form to view all of the materials on the site...
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It's online tutors (via Skype) from top universities like Stanford. Their focus is on MATH but also "growth mindset" and independent learning. It's a great resource and really helps students -- check it out!