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I love Math Dude videos. Mike DeGraba is Math Dude. Like Superman, Math Dude is just a regular guy with regular problems, and super problem solving powers. He connects well with students and speaks plainly while still using rich math vocabulary.
Math Dude made a series of videos covering all the Algebra 1 topics common to most classrooms. Many of these standards have been moved down to 8th grade math or Pre-algebra with the introduction of Common Core. These Math Dude videos begin with solving one-step equations and end with solving exponential and quadratic functions. The technology is a bit dated, but I use EdPuzzle in conjunction with Math Dude videos to create an interactive lesson for my students. I also link students to Math Dude videos when my students are absent due to illness, class activity, or family vacation.
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