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Teaching videos

Discussion in 'Mathematics' started by MacGuyver, Mar 19, 2020.

  1. MacGuyver

    MacGuyver Occasional commenter

    Hi all,

    Blah blah COVID-19 blah blah closed schools. Anyway, I've a year 12 class that I don't really want to fall behind. Before I start trying to figure out how to put videos together myself or trawling youtube for something appropriate, does anyone have any recommendations for videos that actually teach a topic as opposed to just a revision video? Topics I'd be looking at in the immediate future would be integration and normal distribution. If anyone knows of any, that'd be great.
  2. tulliorispoli

    tulliorispoli New commenter

    Have you tried drfrostmaths.com that website covers pretty much everything both GCSE and A-level
  3. vidomigan

    vidomigan New commenter

    Look for Eddie Woo, he has loads of videos of his lessons, and he is absolutely brilliant!
  4. EGO8

    EGO8 New commenter

    Maths leaders,

    Please spare 5 minutes of your time as you wake up to the day and to the working week.


    I am just collecting initial basic data to draw initial inference on and develop further follow-up study.
    Wondering if you can complete and share with your departments.

    Thanks in advance.
  5. adamcreen

    adamcreen Occasional commenter

    visit https://bit.ly/robotdistance with lots of advice on remote learning, and a list of Year 12 video playlists, which I'll put in the next post
  6. adamcreen

    adamcreen Occasional commenter

  7. Newidentity

    Newidentity New commenter

    Dr Frost maths has the most searching questions. Students like Corbett Maths most (he is quite engaging). Hegarty Maths is what my school push for us to use (they paid ££££ for it) but I find that students don't engage with his delivery.
    Bolter likes this.
  8. SparkMaths

    SparkMaths Occasional commenter

  9. Shin0bi3Z

    Shin0bi3Z New commenter

    Check these videos out for your lessons, hope this helps


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