**Class Clips – BBC Learning Zone**

All Secondary (11-18) Mathematics Clips

For a selection of short videos for the Mathematics Classroom try the **Class Clips from BBC Learning Zone**. Choose Primary (5-11) or Secondary (11-18) a subject and a topic. Note that each video has several keywords making searching possible.

Class Clips Search

The excellent **Math Centre** site for older students includes a variety of resource types including **videos**.

No post on videos would be complete without mentioning **YouTube** of course and Sal Kahn’s **Khan Academy**. A YouTube search on KS3 Algebra (KS3 is age 11-14) for example returns **this list **and for **GeoGebra** for example you will find a channel devoted to the software. For an alternative search of Khan Academy try **Khan Instant. **(Created by Ben Jacobson).

There are several excellent **TED talks on Mathematics, **these are all short talks and well worth listening to. See in particular Dan Meyer’s ‘Math class needs a makeover’. To learn more about TED see the ‘**About TED**‘ page.

I have created an **Evernote shared notebook** with links to some further sites which include Mathematics videos. (You do not need an Evernote account to use this notebook, though I strongly recommend it as an outstanding resource for capturing notes / ideas /anything! ). To navigate the notebook simply select the notes on the left, note that the url is given at the top of each note.

(Note – for a more organised path through learning GeoGebra see Guillermo Bautista’s **Mathematics and Multimedia**, also the other resources mentioned in **this post**.)

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That’s a shame about the class clips Ihor, did you get a similar message with others? I believe most of the other videos mentioned (other than Class Clips) should be fine anywhere.

I like the birthday problem too – thank you for the applet link.

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I was checking out the Birthday problem video and got a message I’ve never seen before: video not available in your area. Huh? Only in the UK?

PS – the birthday problem is one of my favorites. I’ve gotten a lot of mileage out of this activity using a very cool applet at

http://ciese.org/time/birthday1.html

-Ihor

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