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The video introduces people and practices that will fit well into lessons for math, history and other general education classes. Use these recommended resources to learn more and to help students prepare research papers related to subjects of interest:
Supercharge Your Math Class with AWESUM Resources from PBS
Math is about much more than crunching numbers. It’s about building modern cities, designing virtual realities, composing music, and exploring space. When you think about it, math really is AWESUM. Use this jam-packed, NEW collection of videos, lesson plans, and interactive games to help your students engage with curriculum and tap into the true power of numbers. Check out:
This video series introduces key Common Core concepts in 4th-8th grade mathematics. Each video focuses on building conceptual understanding of a topic, so that students understand the “how” and “why” behind mathematical problem solving.
Use these videos with your students as topical introductions to topics including integers, the concept of ratios, unit rates, percent, and division with fractions.
Nova – PBS series episode. Revisit "The Great Math Mystery," fresh from the archives and just nominated for an Emmy Award.
Discover methods for adding and subtracting fractions using common denominators with this interactive video from the School Yourself Algebra series.
This selection of books provides more ways to nurture your child’s early math development.
Official kids' portal for U.S. government links kids, parents and teachers to resources geared to the learning level and interest of kids: Kids (Grades K-5), Teens (Grades 6-8), Teachers and Parents.
Founded by video game pioneer Nolan Bushnell (creator of Atari and Chuck E. Cheese), BrainRush presents adaptive games to make learning faster, more fun, and more fulfilling.