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RE: 20 Good YouTube Math Channels for Teachers

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This article has a plethora of great math video resources. Some of these I have used or have prominently seen other educators use in their classrooms.

  1. Khan Academy
  2. TeacherTube Math
  3. Number Rock 
Khan Academy is the standard for math tutorials online. These videos are great for learning and review of math concepts. 

TeacherTube Math is also a great resource, although it lacks some of the presentation of Khan Academy. That said, the information is explained very well and I have seen some students use this channel frequently.

Number Rock engages students like no other math videos out there. Although there are some that would disagree, math is not always what students look forward too. These videos add an entertainment factor that students can enjoy.

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