- Khan Academy – more than
21002600 not only for math but also includes other subjects such as economics, chemistry, physics and other fields. The math videos range from adding integers up to elementary calculus.
- Brightstorm – more than 500 math videos in algebra, geometry, Precaculus and Calculus.
- Just Math Tutorials – more than 1000 videos on algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus, differential equations, and linear algebra
- MIT Open Courseware – videos about math, engineering, sciences, and other fields.
- Free Video Lectures – more than 700 (excluding Khan Academy’s which they also listed) videos. Videos include single variable calculus, multivariable calculus, vector calculus, probability and statistics, algebraic topology and more. Some are actual class videos.
- Math Playground – more than 70 videos for high school mathematics. Topics include integers, algebra 1 and 2, and geometry.
- Art of Problem Solving – more than 70 videos on counting and probability.
- Gresham College Public Lectures – more than 100 public lectures about mathematics particularly history of mathematics, computational mathematics, everyday mathematics, mathematical puzzles, and more.It also contains hundreds of more public lectures in astronomy, biology, physics, other sciences, and other areas such as law, arts and literature, medicine, music, politics, and more.
- University of Missouri Kansas City Youtube Channel– more than 230 videos on algebra, calculus, and physics.
- Center of Math Youtube Channel – more than 70 calculus videos.
- Ms. D’s Videos. More than 160 math videos on high school mathematics.
According to William Emeny, one of the authors and writer of Great Maths Teaching Ideas
The emphasis of the videos is on developing pupils’ understanding rather than just teaching them a method. Videos are deliberately not levelled and certainly don’t mention any fashionable edu-jargon. They focus solely on understanding and quality teaching and learning. That’s what I believe is important.
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.
Here are some other sites offering math videos for free.