Art of problem solving Prealgebra/algebra
Holt Algebra 2 with videos by E. Burger
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TEDEd Talks

Phet

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Math History

Living Math Videos
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Math in Real Life
Math in Real Life
 The infinite life of pi  Reynaldo Lopes  3:45
 How taking a bath led to Archimedes’ Principle  Mark Salata  3:01
 How big is infinity?  Dennis Wildfogel  7:13
 Average speed and Rich Eisen's ineptitude in the 40yard dash  1:48
 How folding paper can get you to the moon  Adrian Paenza  3:49
 How stats fool juries  Peter Donnelly  21:26
 How many universes are there?  Chris Anderson  4:43
 How algorithms shape our world  Kevin Slavin  15:24
 The beauty of data visualization  David McCandless  18:19
 How to organize, add and multiply matrices  Bill Shillito  4:41
 Pi with pies  3:14
 The mathematics of history  JeanBaptiste Michel  4:27
 Pizza physics (New Yorkstyle)  Colm Kelleher  3:58
 How does math guide our ships at sea?  George Christoph  4:19
 A clever way to estimate enormous numbers  Michael Mitchell  4:15
 Candy factory  3:01
 What's an algorithm?  David J. Malan  4:58
Hippocampus Phet Collection: Algebra 
Phet
Equality Explorer: Basics is an introduction to the concept of equality and inequality. Students can play with objects on a balance and discover combinations that lead to equality. Equality Explorer builds up to solving equations by starting with objects, then integers, then variables. Finally, students can play a game and experiment with applying operations to isolate the variable. Equality Explorer: Two Variables extends Equality Explorer to include two variables, introducing students to the concept of a system of equations. 
MathematiciansPythagoras
A documentary film about Pythagoras's life as a mathematician, mystic and scientist. Plus some books related to Pythagoras. Archimedes This contains documentary films and books about Archimedes: Archimedes  Infinite Secrets, the works of Archimedes, and the Archimedes Palimpsest. Euclid's Elements Introductory film about the book Euclid's Elements which is made up of thirteen books. And some links to ebooks related to Euclid's Elements. The Story of 1 **** The Story of 1 is a BBC documentary presented by Terry Jones, telling the history of numbers  in particular the number 1. 
Math History Videos
The Story of Maths *****
The Story of Maths is a BBC documentary series written and presented by Professor Marcus du Sautoy, outlining aspects of the history of mathematics. The series consists of four episodes respectively titled: The Language of the Universe; The Genius of the East; The Frontiers of Space; and To Infinity and Beyond.. (from wikipedia.org)

Joy of Thinking Video Series –
Teaching Company Series www.teach12.com Excellent
accessible to middle school level on up
Have discs in teacher closet.
Teaching Company Series www.teach12.com Excellent
accessible to middle school level on up
Have discs in teacher closet.
Math in the Real World Videos
The Joy of Mathematics (LOVE these)
The Joy of Mathematics taught by Professor Arthur Benjamin consists of 24 lectures, taking an overview of mathematics from numbers to differential equations and probability. Mathematics Illuminated This consists of thirteen lectures exploring major themes in the field of mathematics, from mankind's earliest study of prime numbers to the cutting edge mathematics. Mathematics, Philosophy and the "Real World" Mathematics, Philosophy and the "Real World" explores mathematical concepts and practices that can be applied to a fascinating range of areas and experiences. Mathematics from the Visual World Mathematics from the Visual World consists of 24 lectures taught by Professor Michael Starbird, introducing the terms, concepts, and astonishing power of geometry. (save for next year) Mathematics: Making the Invisible Visible This is a series of five twohour lectures given by Professor Keith Devlin, giving a broad overview of mathematics and revealing the vital role it plays in our world. (save for next year) 
Advanced Topics in Math Videos
NonEuclidean Geometry
This documentary takes a look at mathematicians in history who speculated about the existence of non Euclidean geometries, including Carl Friedrich Gauss and Yanosh Bolyai. The Birth of the Calculus Two men independently discovered and formulated methods for the Calculus, Newton in England and Leibniz in Paris. Introduction to Number Theory This consists of twentyfour lectures taught by Professor Edward B. Burger, exploring the world of numbers and showing how number theory is applied to modern technology. Fermat's Last Theorem A documentary film about a mathematician who succeeded in proving the Fermat's Last Theorem. Plus a book  Three lectures on Fermat's last theorem. Discrete Mathematics Discrete Mathematics consists of twentyfour lectures, focusing on three most important fields in discrete mathematics  combinatorics, number theory, and graph theory. 
Mathematics Illuminated
Mathematics Illuminated is a 13part, integratedmedia resource created for adult learners and high school teachers covering the broad scope of human knowledge through the study of mathematics and its relevance in the world today. It reaches beyond formulas and computations to explore the math of patterns, symmetry, relationships, multiple dimensions, and more, all the while uncovering the secrets and hidden delights of the everevolving world of mathematics. This course us videos, online texts, web interactive activities, and group activities. (description per http://www.homeschoolmath.net/curriculum_reviews/curriculum_materials.php)
Mathematics Illuminated is a 13part, integratedmedia resource created for adult learners and high school teachers covering the broad scope of human knowledge through the study of mathematics and its relevance in the world today. It reaches beyond formulas and computations to explore the math of patterns, symmetry, relationships, multiple dimensions, and more, all the while uncovering the secrets and hidden delights of the everevolving world of mathematics. This course us videos, online texts, web interactive activities, and group activities. (description per http://www.homeschoolmath.net/curriculum_reviews/curriculum_materials.php)

CK12 All Brain

Brain Pop PreAlgebra

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Online Tools

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CK12 Braingenie All Brain Math

CK12 Braingenie Algebra I

Brain Pop PreAlgebra Practice
Chapter 1
The Commutative Property The Associative Property The Distributive Property Chapter 2 Adding and Subtracting Integers Chapter 3 Solving Inequalities Chapter 4 Prime Factorization Multiplying and Diving Monomials Chapter 5 Adding and Subtracting Fractions Solving Equations Chapter 6 Multiplying and Dividing Fractions Chapter 7 TwoStep Equations Equations with Variables 
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Slope and Intercept Chapter 9 Solving Equations Chapter 10 Probability of Events Probability: Compound Events Chapter 11 Similar Triangles Chapter 12 Area of Polygons Chapter 13 The Pythagorean Theorem Chapter 14 Polynomials 
She Loves Math
Online math lessons geared for girls, from counting through calculus. By math tutor and "mathaholic" Lisa Johnson. Virtual Nerd Over 1,500 free video tutorials covering middle school math, prealgebra, algebra 1, algebra 2, and geometry. You can also search by alignment to SAT, ACT, or Common Core. Geometry course from Learning Math This online geometry course includes readings, problems, videos, interactive activities, homework problems and solutions. It is meant for K8 teachers but will work well for middle school students as well. 
Algebra Within Reach
Free algebra videos presented by Dana Mosely, workedout solutions for selected exercises, and other companion helps for Ron Larson's algebra textbooks. Math Ops Free online prealgebra and algebra course that includes stepbystep narrated tutorials, videos, and online quizzes. Calculus Made Easy
A free download of an old textbook, acclaimed to be a lively introduction to calculus, with clarity and simplicity. 