Learn to speak the language of puzzles, games, patterns and how our universe works. The language is mathematics. Part of this language is algebra.

Algebra on Demand #AoD began as a small once a week opportunity to help students consolidate their algebraic skills before entering the world of high school mathematics. It is self paced.

Now #AoD isn't a post-algebra course, it's how we learn from the start in grade 8 at UNIS Ha Noi. 2010-11 is the first year we learning algebra this way.

Your algebra course has been compiled from a variety of sources, so credit must be given to those who have made it possible by sharing.
If you have an excellent resource, email me mgriffin@unishanoi.org and I will add it to the lists found here.
Resources Used from the Worldly Wise Web


Tutorials found in your textbook - Haese and Harris Tutor Disks
http://www.youtube.com/user/karlfisch Karl Fisch's Youtube Channel
Marc Whitaker's Mathematics
George Woodbury Youtube Channel
Mr. Hamada UNIS, Ha Noi, Viet Nam
itunes has more and more mathematics for you to download, mostly for free.
Every tablet at UNIS has itunes installed, so you can download it to your library on your tablet. It doesn't matter, if you don't have an ipod.

http://www.kutasoftware.com/index.html for worksheets
http://www.WorksheetWorks.com worksheets for groups of fifty or less (copyright limitations). We'll use it for individual students who need some extra practice.

Others - games and practice activities and more
www.mangahigh.com wonderful
Dr. Marcus du Sautoy OBE involved in so many things that show how exciting, interesting and beautiful mathematics can be.
TED Talks