MathTV – Videos for Flipping, Differentiation, or Extended Learning

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Who: Math teachers or tutors looking to help students understand math concepts.  The courses listed are: Basic Mathematics,
Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus, High School and Homeschool.

How: Teachers or students simply visit mathtv.com.  There, they will be given a list of topics (or textbooks).  Then a list of problems will be listed in the middle.  Each problem has multiple videos from a variety of instructors.  Each instructor has their own style of teaching how to solve the problem.  This allows teachers and students to identify which style works best for them.

When: Teachers could use this tool for the flipped classroom model or offer it as a tool for extended learning.  Some of the videos allow the student to “read it” which shows notes.  They may also allow students to “explore it” which links to Wolfram Alpha to break down the question further.

This tool would be great for a 1:1 classroom to allow students the opportunity to see different approaches to problems.  The one downside is that the teacher is unable to embed the videos into their website.

This website is put together by XYZ Textbooks.

Website: http://www.mathtv.com/