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Numberphile is a neat YouTube channel about fun number facts. There are currently thirty-three videos in the Numberphile collection. The videos cover things like 998,001 and its Mysterious Recurring Decimals, Pi and Bouncing Balls, and 1 and Prime Numbers.
Distinguished individuals in education discuss the need for change in the classroom.
You can use Zamzar, a free web service, to download YouTube videos from your home internet connection and bring them back to school on your laptop, flash drive, iPod or DVD.
This is a website developed by a Harvard Mathematics professor Oliver Knill. Mathematics in Movies is a collection of video clips from popular movies and television shows in which references to mathematics are made. The clips are available in swf file format or quicktime format.
They will be a fun way to introduce a mathematics lesson. The clips might also be useful as a break from a traditional lesson plan for a day. Students can enjoy the clips while reviewing mathematics concepts.
Google launched YouTube.com/Teachers as a resource for educators everywhere to learn how to use YouTube as an educational tool. There are lesson plan suggestions, highlights of great educational content on YouTube, and training on how teachers can film their own educational videos. This site was designed/written by teachers for teachers and we hope it’s the first step in really kick-starting a community of YouTube-using educators.