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(Middle School) Problem solving videos

**Math Snacks** Educational animations, mini–games, and interactive
tools that help mid-school learners better understand math concepts.

Seven Youtube Math Channels from K-12

**Ten good sources for math videos.**

Curriculum Bank Lesson searchable by grade and subject. Often include videos

__Gooru__ is a search engine for learning that allows you to explore and
study over 2,600 standards-aligned and personalized study guides. Study
guides cover 5th-12th grade math and science topics, and resources
include digital textbooks, animations, instructor videos and more. All
resources are vetted and organized by teachers or Gooru’s content
experts, so you don’t have to sort through the mess of subpar
educational resources available online yourself.

Learn Zillions Math videos for grades 3-9. Created by teachers. Option to create playlists for individual students and assessments.

**Mathtrain.TV**

These video math tutorials were created for students by
students from Lincoln Middle School (Santa Monica, CA). Sixth graders
have created nearly one hundred clips, most of them less than
two minutes in run time.

** Nuskool **This is a site that uses pop culture as teaching moments for students. Tailored to grades 6th-12th students learn a variety of subjects such as: Math, Science, English, etc through educational lessons based on the different elements of pop culture (video games, sports, films, etc.).

** Math Live** is a neat mathematics website hosted by Learn Alberta. Math Live presents students with animated stories that teach mathematics lessons. In all there are twenty-three lessons for elementary school and middle school students. The lessons are divided into four categories; Number, Patterns and Relations, Shape and Space, Statistics and Probability. Each animated lesson is accompanied by a mathematics worksheet that students complete either while watching the lesson or after viewing the lesson. Each lesson is divided into sections and students can advance or rewind as needed.

**mySkillBoard** is a nice new site for
differentiating instruction. The way this is done is by an educator
inputing student data into mySkillBoard and then being able to assess
students through different visualizations. Also, an educator can align
student skills to Common Core Standards and even use it on any mobile
device.

** PBS Math Club** is a YouTube channel in which students can watch and interact with math videos. Each of the videos contains a series of math lessons and challenge activities. To complete a challenge students click on the video to answer questions. If they answer correctly, they move on to the next question. If they answer incorrectly students are shown another video clip that explains the correct answer.

**YouTube channels for math students**. ** Numberock **is a YouTube channel that features quick music videos that teach and or reinforce elementary school math lessons.

**LearnBop **- A great site for
educators teaching Math in grades K-12 that tracks student progress and
allows educators to differentiate instruction.__ Math Is Power 4 U__.
Math Is Power 4 U is a large collection of tutorial videos primarily
covering topics found in middle school and high school math courses. The
videos are short and direct. You could make very similar videos
yourself, if you wanted to. The best aspect of Math Is Power 4 U is the
searchable database of videos. The database, hosted by Phoenix College,
makes it easy to quickly find a video explaining topics in arithmetic, algebra, geometry, calculus, and half a dozen other topics.

MathsMaster videos on a range of topics. See videos about the basic four operations up to complex algebra graphs. Each video is presented in a slow, step by step,

student friendly way. These videos are great as an introduction to a topic or for

home study.

Plus Magazine is an internet magazine which aims to introduce readers to the beauty and the practical applications of mathematics. Plus provides articles and podcasts on any aspect of mathematics and it also features review of math books and well as challenging math puzzles.

**Knewton**.The
company believes its new, free online tutoring platform will radically
transform how teachers personalize instruction. Knewton claims to offer
automated, digital tutoring that responds to each student's needs. "We
can take the combined data power of millions of students — all the
people who are just like you — [who] had to learn a particular concept
before, that you have to learn today — to find the best pieces of
content, proven most effective for people just like you, and give that
to you every single time," he says.

Here's how it works: The platform presents video and a variety of written content and then asks multiple-choice questions. Based on student responses, and patterns of responses from other, similar students, the next piece of content is served up.

Knewton currently offers programs in math, biology and English language arts, mostly for middle school and high school grades. The company plans to expand soon with history and other curricula.

## ModMath ( app) is an adaptive program that improves math skills. The app lets you type math problems right onto the touch screen of an iPad rather than write them out long-hand. You can then solve the problems using the touch pad and print or e-mail the assignments all without ever picking up a pencil.

**Prodigy **-
A free online Math game aligned to Common Core Standards grades 1-6th.
Best of all this game differentiates instruction and educators can
track students' progress as well as generate detailed reports.

Sports Science - Awesome collection of short videos that will engage kids in science and math from the people at ESPN.__ ScootPad__
is a math and reading practice platform for elementary grades (K-5).
Self-paced and personalized practice on ScootPad keeps kids engaged
& challenged. ScootPad is Free.

**MobyMax** offers a integrated curriculum covering reading, writing,
vocabulary, language, math, fact fluency, number sense, science and
early reading. The program identifies student skill gaps with
find-and-fix technology that targets instruction

**Buzz Math **is the latest interactive math workbook which provides middle school students with immediate detailed feedback, examples, and motivation to allow them to progress at their own pace.

**Motion Math Games **designs challenging math games to sharpen your kids mathematical wits. It also has a mobile version to install on your iPad.

__ IXL__ - One of the most popular sites around for Math that allows for student tracking w/ detailed reporting. Also, w/ the ability to track student "trouble" areas a teacher can adjust their teaching to help meet the needs of their students.

**The Math Dud**__ e__ Tips to make math easie

**iPracticeMath** is a site for educators or students looking to teach, learn, or reinforce their math skills. Geared towards K-12, iPracticeMath covers a wide variety of subjects such as: Geometry, Algebra, Fractions, etc. Also, iPM has an abundance of resources for educators/students to use such as: worksheets, problem walkthroughs, glossary, and more. Best of all a registered educator/parent can get detailed reporting and track student progres

**Exampl : Get unstuck with homework**
Get instant homework help with Exampl! Take a photo of your problem to
get help from your peers. You can even annotate your question, add a
voice note, and tag it with a specific subject, like Algebra. Once your
question has been solved, you can help other students too! No more
typing elaborate solutions when you help others. It takes another photo
or annotation to help others.

__ KnowRe__ is a site for learning Math. Students can learn at their own pace and earn rewards such as digital badges for accomplishments. A nice feature for teachers is that is is aligned to common core standards and teacher can track and get real-time results on student data.

__Its goal is to develop effective, efficient, adaptive and intrinsically rewarding supplemental math activities and make them available for free.__

**XtraMath****Math247**- 500 mathcasts or quick videos and demos for math problems. Join to add your own.

**myMathUniverse**(gr 5-8) site with videos to help students with math homework and challenge them with new problemsmyMathUniverse. Supports middle grades math program, digits, a curriculum written entirely to the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) which leverages technology to personalize student learning and optimize class instructional time.

- The Rappin' Mathematician - rap songs about core math concepts
- Alley Oop, online activities for learning math concepts and free tutoring from math experts
- Manga High, a collection of casual online math games developed using the Japanese manga style of animation
- Virtual Nerd, which lets students choose their own path through math content with step-by-step tutorials and a dynamic whiteboard

Media 4 Math
has a nice regular feature called Math
in the News. Math in the News offers ideas for short
mathematics lessons based on current news stories.

__ TenMarks __- A common core aligned program for Math (grades 1st-10th) that uses differentiated instruction to help students learn.

Math Live
presents students with animated stories that teach mathematics
lessons. In all there are twenty-three lessons for elementary school
and middle school students. The lessons are divided into four
categories; Number, Patterns and Relations, Shape and Space, Statistics
and Probability. Each animated lesson is accompanied by a mathematics
worksheet that students complete either while watching the lesson or
after viewing the lesson. Each lesson is divided into sections and
students can advance or rewind as needed.

**Scooppad** math and reading practice platform for elementary grades (K-5). Self-paced and personalized practice aligned with Common Core

Buzz Math is not a completely free to use tool, but they do have a free option that makes it worth checking out! Right now, you can subscribe one class for free for the school edition of Buzz Math. Buzz Math is intended for students in Middle School math. All of the activities are directly tied to Common Core Standards. You can assign activities based on a specific standard for the whole class, or just assign the activity to individual students. You get feedback immediately as students complete an activity so that you can plan instruction accordingly. These are not your typical math site activities (online multiple choice). Instead, each activity is a little different, highly engaging, and provides students with great feedback.

**Gummii** - An innovative site (private alpha)/app for different areas of Math (fractions, addition, subtraction). Gummi immerses students into a educational 3D world (similar to Minecraft) where they solve mathematical equations tailored to differentiated instruction.

101 Questions on which he is sharing images and videos as prompts for developing math questions.

TenMarks
offers a free online mathematics program designed to supplement your
in-classroom mathematics instruction. The free TenMarks program covers
materials for students in grades two through ten. In the program there
are more than 2,000 video lessons available to students to view on
demand. Teachers can use the TenMarks program to assign lessons and
problems to individual students or to an entire class. Teachers can
track the progress of individual students and the progress of an entire
class.

Yummy Math is a website designed for the purpose of sharing mathematics problems and scenarios based on things happening in the world today. For example, the activity for December 4th was based on Lebron James's return to Cleveland. Yummy Math lists activities chronologically as well as by mathematics subject area. Two mathematics teachers, Brian Marks and Leslie Lewis, developed Yummy Math and welcome suggestions from other mathematics teachers.

Smartboard as a Math Center K-4

Math Pickle

A nice site for locating videos and exercises appropriate for teaching a
variety of mathematics concepts at a variety of grade levels. When you
visit Math Pickle you can browse for videos by grade level. Once you've
selected a grade level you can then refine your browsing to a particular
concept. Each concept has a demonstration video and links to Keynote
and Powerpoint files for teachers. Each concept also has links to PDF
worksheets that you can download and print.

**MathVids**** **

ath videos about tough Math concepts starting with pre-algebra through high school math

**NEOK12**** - ** videos about Maths, Eng, Science and HSIE

Desmos includes
support for graphics, photos, math tools, and interactive lessons. You
can create math lesson using the math tools, including graphing and
equations. You can also the graphics program to create interactive
diagrams where students can move the labels themselves.

**Math247**- 500 mathcasts or quick videos and demos for math problems. Join to add your own.

Math Open Reference is a free online reference for geometry teachers and students. It features animated and interactive drawings to demonstrate geometry terms and concepts. The table of contents is divided into four basic categories; plane geometry, coordinate geometry, solid geometry, and function explorer tools. Click on any subject in the first three categories to find definitions, examples, and interactive drawings. In the function explorer category users can select linear functions, quadratic functions, or cubic functions to explore how changes in variables affect the graphed output.

Manipulatives

**Math Tool Chest**** **- fun math interactives for any kid Useful for smartboards also

**National Library of Virtual Manipulatives**

Illuminations for all grade levels. Searchable by grade level

PBS Learning Media has a free service called Learning Media. Resources include pictures, video and interactive materials from a robust library of high-quality digital content from PBS, and a growing list of other contributors including the National Archives, Library of Congress and NPR. There are research-based resources, including videos, interactives, images, audio files and lesson plans. You can view three resources. Then you have to create an account which is free. Can be filtered by grade level (Pre-K to 12+), subject (8), media type (document, audio, video, etc.), language (5) and accessibility (text, audio description, display transformation, etc).

Audacity This site provides a nice set of maths tools for whiteboards. While

most whiteboard software have these tools, can you ever find them

when you want them? Another benefit of this resource is that this will work on any

**Pattern Maker**

Looking
for a way to help your students build their spatial sense? Pattern
Maker – a special combination of art and geometry -- might be just the
right tool for you. Students can flip, slide, turn, scale, and tessellate colorful
objects, creating patterns of their own imagination or copying
pre-selected patterns. Finishing a pattern triggers a brief question
for the student to answer, based on the geometric techniques used and
linked to key terms in a Shape Dictionary.

Give

__PatternMaker__a spin View Sample Student Activities for this tool.

**Mangahigh**creates exceptionally high-quality, game-based learning resources to help Primary and Secondary students reinforce their Mathematics skills in a way that is both fun and engaging. In addition to all the great resources, the service includes assessment and analytical tools that enable teachers to monitor the progress of individual students. Best of all, these activities also work great on the SMART Board Interactive Whiteboard.

Calendar Clowns (gr. 1-3) Games teaches how to navigate a calendar

Rounding Master (gr. 2-5) Rounding off game in a Who Wants to be A Millionaire format

Garage Sale Wizard (gr 1-3) You play the role of a cranky old man trying to make a few bucks by selling his stuff at a garage sale. For each item, there will be three people vying for its purchase. Each person will offer a different amount of money. Count up the coins and click on the person who offers the best deal (the most money).

Charts

Graphmaster - Graph Master is a program is a one-of-a-kind program that allows students to create three different interactive, printable graphs on one screen based on data collected in a survey or poll of their classmates. What makes Graph Master so useful, however, is the fact that after students make their graphs, the program asks them eight multiple choice questions about their graphs using the inputted data.

Hohli Online Charts Builder is a nice tool for creating a variety of charts for online display. Using the Hohli Online Charts Builder you can create bar graphs, line graphs, pie charts, Venn diagrams, scatter plots, and radar charts. Your chart will be generated as you enter information so that you can see how each piece of information influences the chart. When you're satisfied with your chart just click on it to save it to your computer or to grab the embed code to use on your blog or website. Because the charts update as each new piece of data is added, students will be able to see how each data set they add affects their chart's display.

Ice Cream Grapher (gr. 1-3) The object is to construct a pie chart and bar graph based on specific ice cream orders.

**Cacoo**- Nice site for creating online charts and graphs with a built-in chat feature for collaboration.

Plus Magazine is a free online publication dedicated to introducing readers to practical applications of mathematics. Plus Magazine strives to reach that goal through the publication of mathematics-related news articles, podcasts, and mathematics puzzles designed around "real-life" scenarios.

Gooru is a service that aims to provide teachers and students with an extensive collection of videos, interactive displays, documents, diagrams, and quizzes for learning about topics in math and science. Access to hundreds of resources according to subject areas such as chemistry, biology, ecology, algebra, calculus, and more. Within each subject area you can look for resources according to media type such as video, interactive display, slides, text, and lesson plans.

**Dynamic
Paper**

Need a pentagonal pyramid that's six inches tall? Or a number line that
goes
from 18 to 32 by 5's Or a set of pattern blocks where all shapes have
one-inch
sides? You can create all those things and more with the Dynamic Paper
tool.
Place the images you want, then export it as a PDF activity sheet for
your
students or as a JPEG image for use in other applications or on the web.

Mathematics in Movies is a website developed by Oliver Knill,
a Harvard Mathematics professor. Mathematics in Movies is a collection
of video clips from popular movies and television shows in which
references to mathematics are made. One clip that I enjoyed comes from
an episode of The Office in which Oscar tries to explain the concept of a budget surplus to Michael.

EaselAlgebra ilite - Easel combines interactive, hands-on algebra workbooks with instant "ShowMe" lessons. If you get stuck on a problem, just tap "ShowMe" and see a step-by-step animation of how to solve the problem.

38 week Algebra curriculum complete with slides, handouts, and just about everything you need in order to deliver the lessons. You can download each week individually or download the entire collection as one file. Dan Meyer also has his entire 38 week Geometry curriculum available for free. Again, you can download each week individually or download the entire collection as one file.

**
Algebra 4 All** A social network dedicated to algebra teachers.
At Algebra 4 All (A4A), teachers support one another in the
practice of teaching algebra

Math Open Reference is a free online reference for geometry teachers and students. Math Open Reference features animated and interactive drawings to demonstrate geometry terms and concepts. The table of contents on Math Open Reference is divided into four basic categories; plane geometry, coordinate geometry, solid geometry, and function explorer tools.