One of the best videos about mathematics I have seen in the internet are from Khan Academy. Khan Academy offers more than 1100 downloadable videos for free in Algebra, Geometry, Calculus, Differential Equations, Physics, Linear Algebra and other fields. Shown below is one of their mathematics tutorial videos discussing the concept of slope.

If you want to see the list of all their free videos, click here.

**If you are a teacher, you can watch the video above and refer it to your students. But did you know that it is quite easy to make such video?**

If you want to learn how to make a video such as the one you have seen above, I have posted a tutorial about it here.

**Update: **

Here are some other sites offering math videos for free.

- Bright Storm
- FreeVideoLectures
- Just Math Tutoring
- Math Playground
- Math Videos Online
- Math Vids Website
- MIT Blossoms Library
- MIT Open Courseware
- Visual Math Learning
- YouTube – patrickJMT’s Channel

Thanks for sharing this

Guillermo,

Here is one of my videos on slope. Since I am always blogging about algebra 2 and geometry, I would have never thought about creating a lesson about how to create an instructional video. I look forward to reading your about coming lesson.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJYBasKpp7c

Cheers,

Mr. Pi

Thank you Mr. Pi. I’ll try to post it as soon as possible. I’ll access the Youtube file later. Our administrator has blocked Youtube during office hours because of our small bandwidth.

Guillermo

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Great video! Yuor work is more advanced than mine, but I have been putting together videos for introductory algebra.

http://zerosumruler.wordpress.com/

I teach algebra 2, but my students still stumble on the little things, so I decided to start making silly, but of course educational, algebra videos for all my visual learners and anyone else who could use a chuckle! Ihope you check it out!

wow, nice work, ms. shana. 🙂

Shana,

I love the sound track in your video about solving equations. I started to freestyle with it. I would like to get my hands on that sound track. Did you create the sound track or did you get it somewhere?

Regards,

Mr. Pi

Hi Mr. Pi,

Yes I did make the music! if you want it, I can send it to you. My email is zerosumruler@gmail.com! And thanks!

Thank you Mr. Guillermo!

I had first checked your site from home where I could see the video. Now I am back on your site from a work computer, and guess what? No video! Videos are blocked here, even educational ones. The only site that is not blocked for videos is TeacherTube, but it’s very slow.

I think it’s a real shame kids don’t have access to educational videos at school.

Can’t you request your systems administrator to unblock youtube or a particular channel in youtube?

We can’t because it’s all of Boston Public Schools and times are so tight we don’t have an IT person in the building anymore.

that’s really sad. i hope you can find one soon. there are really educational videos in you tube that students can use. the khan academy channel has really helped me a lot when i was studying.

maybe you can discuss this with your principal or school officials, and you can point out the advantages of having access to such videos. i’m sure they will find a way. it may not be now, but hopefully in the near future.

I agree, it is sad not to have an IT person. My blog was blocked at the beginning of the school year. I used the contact my system admin feature on the block page. Does the page give you an option to contact the administrator Shana?

When I first started, I used teachertube, but like you have mentioned, it was very slow… I quit using it, plus the links were not hyper links, so it was not worth my time.

Good luck!

We have a very small bandwidth here in the university where I work. I don’t know, how did the IT people manage to allow Youtube access in such so small a bandwidth. Anyway, good luck Shana.

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