As a student, there are times when you are face-to-face with a math problem and you encounter a difficulty but don’t have someone to consult. Usually, these are situations that you experience when working on assigned homework and do not have your math teacher or your RITES math expert there to help out. So, what do you do?
A fun, interactive, convenient, stop-gap solution is YouTube. We have compiled this list of effective high school math YouTube channels for those times when you are tackling math on your own:
Math YouTube Channels for High School Students
From simple arithmetic to Algebra and Calculus, tecmath shares 70+ videos of methods to make math easier.
Learn Math Tutorials is an entire library of step-by-step math tutorials for high schoolers. Play, pause and replay these tutorials at home to review or grasp any math concept.
ProfRobBob has videos and playlists of full-length lessons with multiple examples, covering topics from Algebra, Geometry, Algebra 2, Trigonometry, PreCalculus, Calculus, and Statistics. This is the school experience (blackboard and all!) at home.
The vcefurthermaths YouTube channel specializes in more advanced math, such as Trigonometry and advanced Algebraic equations. With these videos, you can learn or review skills for working with charts, graphs, and data analysis.
Mathscasts is a channel that provides revision videos with practice questions. These are a great way to view an explanation and put the concepts into practice to test your understanding. The videos range from “calculator topics”, to Algebra and Calculus.
This channel is designed to help you with your statistics skills and knowledge, as Dr. Nic provides a wide range of statistics lessons on her CreativeHeuristics YouTube channel.
BONUS CHANNEL: Numberphile, shares fun, creative and short videos on implementing math in your everyday life. As an example, learn an easy way to deal with the age-old equal cake-cutting dilemma with the help of math: