Video Tutorials Now Available in Math@Home

Here’s some good news for students who are struggling with mathematics: our free Math@Home web utility now includes Virtual Nerd video tutorials. The instructional videos provide students with the extra help they need to understand the textbook lessons being taught in school. It’s like having unlimited access to a personal tutor in the comfort of their own homes!

Plus, each Virtual Nerd tutorial has a Quantile® measure to describe the difficulty of the math lesson. This ensures students are matched with videos at the right readiness level for their unique abilities.

Access to the Virtual Nerd video tutorials in Math@Home is free.  However, subscriptions are available for students and parents who want to access more interactive tutorials on the Virtual Nerd website (access is free for registered educators). Each of these tutorials features an expert tutor and diagrams to explain all of the steps necessary to solve math problems spanning Pre-Algebra through Algebra II. They also allow students to determine the level of support they need. By clicking on a diagram or a specific step, term or symbol, students can launch other tutorials on those topics that require more instruction, and then continue with the main video. Check out this YouTube video for more details.

Math@Home uses Quantile measures to connect students with a variety of family-friendly math resources, like books, worksheets and websites, that best match their ability level and the textbook lesson they’re studying in school. In addition to the Virtual Nerd tutorials, the utility also provides access to instructional videos from the Khan Academy.

Why not get started now? Visit Math@Home and simply enter some basic information—the student’s state, grade, and Quantile measure or comfort with grade-level mathematics—to search the growing library of video tutorials and other resources that can help students practice mathematics at the right grade and ability levels.

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