Try MathLight Lessons with Videos - FREE!
Video lessons for hybrid/distance learning, flipping your class, catching up absent students, and more!
Guided notes to help students understand & remember key concepts
Differentiated practice exercises to build students' skills
YOUR NEXT LESSON'S ON US!
Don't worry - it doesn't matter what you're studying next. You'll get a lesson from each of these units:
YOU'LL VIDEO LESSONS!
WHAT TEACHERS ARE SAYING:
"GREAT videos and my students love the notetaking worksheets. They really help to keep them ALL engaged."
- Teresa L.
"Really appreciate your products. My students always are able to work independently with little to no support needed from me. They like reviewing this way!"
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"My 8th grade algebra students find these videos and guided notes so helpful. The concepts are explained in a way that students understand....My students love these videos & notes!
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IN CASE YOU'RE WONDERING...
I've never tried a video lesson. How does it work?
There's so much you can do with video lessons! Here's just a few ideas:
1. You could flip your class by sending home the video and notes for homework, freeing time for practice and engaging activities during class.
2. You can watch the video together in class instead of your normal lecture. (Make sure students use the notes!)
3. You can make the videos available for students to re-watch if they need additional help, were absent, want to review, etc.
What all is included?
You'll receive 13 lessons total - one from each unit. This way, you can try out a lesson in your next unit without disrupting your pacing or schedule.
For each lesson, you'll receive a video lesson (about 20 minutes), accompanying student notes, and differentiated practice problems. You'll also receive a guide to help you use these resources most effectively.
How can my students watch the videos?
After you request your lesson, you'll be given access to the videos on in our MathLight School here.
You can then choose to either stream the videos, download them from the site and post them on your class website (if it's password protected), or have your students create their own accounts to watch online.
Please note that students may only create an account if they are 13+ years old or have parental permission.