This lesson places students in WWII as code breaking members of Britain’s Station X.

Number patterns,Number sense,Inductive Reasoning,Algebra

This lesson involves students formatting a spreadsheet so that it is a workable math app.

Swimming Otters Algebra is an educational multi-player racing activity for kids to practice algebraic expressions.

This lesson introduces students to the concept of fractals with a simple fractal curve.

Algebra and Trigonometry provides a comprehensive exploration of algebraic principles and meets scope and sequence requirements for a typical introductory algebra and trigonometry course.

How do we need to look at complex math problems as people and still make sense of it all?

Rational expressions (aka fractions) can be scary to see on the page.

In this episode of Study Hall: Algebra, James walks us through a bit of history and practical math.

Irrational numbers sound unnatural, but they can actually be found all around us in the simplest shapes.

It’s intuitive to think about squaring or doubling something. It’s just a number multiplied by itself.

In this episode of Study Hall: Algebra, James demystifies logarithms!

If you’ve had much experience with Algebra and Geometry, you know that graphs are a thing.