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General Resources for Teachers
From Site: Access to over 4,500 full length and 20,000 clip level educational video programs.-The platform seems a bit older, but it has a lot of resources for Careers, English, Social Studies, Fine Arts, Math, and Science.
Audible has made a selection of it's audio books available for free.
BC Digital Classroom
BC Digital Classroom provides students and teachers with access to academic search engines. The directions for access and home use passwords can be found in the above document
CBC has made CBC Curio free for people to use. This is a great resource with a lot of streaming resources for classes. It includes archival content, documentaries, and audio content. There is also access to all of Canada a People's History with new episodes and plays from Stratford Festival.
This site from the University of Waterloo has a lot of Math resources for teachers and students gr's 8-12
A good resource for resources/activities to do at home
Criterion on Demand
Criterion on Demand is a streaming service that provides access to movies the users can view from home until June 30th. The User name is: 91018 Password: Nvan 44
COD- movie list
This is a list of all of the movies available for teachers to use from Criterion on Demand with their students.
Khan Academy has made their resources free for students and staff to use. Areas of study include Math, Sciences, Engineering, Social Studies and English.
Access for students and teachers to Textbooks until June 30th.
Includes: MathLinks Pathways 9,10; Foundations of Mathematics 11, Foundations of Mathematics 12
Open School BC
This site provides access to pdf's of some textbooks. Mathematics 8, A&W 10, Careers resources, Study Skills and a Writing program are included
Please send me any great mathish Tedtalks and I will put them down below.
Wide Open School
This online learning platform includes American resources for almost every subject area. It also includes access (via clicking on a subject tile) to PBS, National Geographic, PBS Learning, and Newsela.
A great site for algebra help.
Description taken from TEDtalk: In a lively show, mathemagician Arthur Benjamin races a team of calculators to figure out 3-digit squares, solves another massive mental equation and guesses a few birthdays. How does he do it? He’ll tell you.
The Surprising Beauty of Math
Where does knowledge come from?
Gizmos are interactive math and science simulations for grades 3-12.
PhET: Free Simulations for Science and Math
Free science and math simulations for teaching STEM topics, including physics, chemistry, biology, and math, from University of Colorado Boulder.