The Futures Channel

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There's an interesting presentation of video teaching objects at a site called The Futures Channel. There are a number of short video clips presented, each with links to related video clips, real world connections, and downloadable lessons. I can think of lots of uses for every clip that I've watched, and could probably design a better presentation; what sells me is the content. Someone took the time to professionally write, shoot and edit a great collection of short pieces.

Edutopia has great content, too; though their material is aimed more at educators rather than educatees.

 

The Futures Channel
Movies and activities that deliver real world K-12 math and science lessons.
Edutopia
The video collection at the George Lucas Educational Foundation.

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gary said:

Dave,

Thanks for sharing the Futures Channel videos, the algebra ones are great.

Refreshing use of video for multiple assignments and concepts. Well done.

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