The excellent Math Centre site for older students includes a variety of resource types including videos.
No post on videos would be complete without mentioning YouTube of course and Sal Kahn’s Khan Academy. A YouTube search on KS3 Algebra (KS3 is age 11-14) for example returns this listand for GeoGebra for example you will find a channel devoted to the software. For an alternative search of Khan Academy try Khan Instant.(Created by Ben Jacobson).
There are several excellent TED talks on Mathematics, these are all short talks and well worth listening to. See in particular Dan Meyer’s ‘Math class needs a makeover’. To learn more about TED see the ‘About TED‘ page.
This page on Mathematics for Students has an excellent collection of tutorial videos.
A job for the summer holidays – make it easier to find resources on this site!
With this mission in mind I have added a Search page to highlight the Search function.
On the subject of searching, I recommend both Evernote and Diigo – I use both. This morning I was thinking about a resource I need for September (I think I need a holiday!) – for a making polyhedra session and remembered I had bookmarked it on Diigo; so from approximately 2000 bookmarks I had what I wanted in seconds!
In the UK schools are finishing for the summer, some have already completed school for the year.
What to do for those last lessons?
No videos – though I could make an exception for the counting chimps, a video I was introduced to by Alex Bellos at the SSAT conference which he included in his session and shows the astonishing recall of a chimp – compare the human!