8 Educational YouTube Channels to Help Students Learn Math at Home

13 May, 2020
IT News

In today's post we are sharing with you some Math Youtube channels as featured in Learn at Home with Youtube. Most of these channels have already been featured in previous collections of ours. The resources below are particularly helpful during this time when students are house-bound and are more likely to require help than in normal times. The channels offer a wide variety of video tutorials and explainers covering numerous topics related to math (and also science and chemistry).

1- MooMooMath and Science
This channel provides a wide variety of videos covering Math and Science. Some of its playlists include: vectors, equations, biochemical cycle, types of cells, galaxies, prime numbers, and many more.

2- Numberphile
Another great YouTube channel that provides video content to help students learn math.

3- Socratica
Created by a couple of Caltech grads, Socratica offers educational videos covering both Math and Science.

4- 3Blue1Brown
"3blue1brown, by Grant Sanderson, is some combination of math and entertainment, depending on your disposition. The goal is for explanations to be driven by animations and for difficult problems to be made simple with changes in perspective."

5- Maths Gotserved
"This channel offers a wide variety of math tutorials ranging from algebra, algebra 2, trigonometry, to Calculus. We offer free support to our subscribers who need help with mathematics."

6- Brian McLogan
"I teach math from the perspective of the struggling student because that was me & it could be you, too. My videos are short, to-the-point and cover everything from Algebra 1 through Calculus."

7- The Organic Chemistry Tutor
"This channel focuses on providing tutorial videos on organic chemistry, general chemistry, physics, algebra, trigonometry, precalculus, and calculus."

8- Khan Academy
We can not close the list without citing Khan Academy. This is probably one of the most popular resources of video content covering topics as diverse as math, chemistry, biology, economics, history, finance, and many more.

Source: Educatorstechnology