Khan Academy

The Khan Academy site has links to dozens of short lessons in each of dozens of topics. The author has drawn plaudits from many corners. I’ve added a link on the Resources page, under a new heading of On-Line Lessons.

Subject Areas are listed alphabetically. Leaving out a few (mostly finance-related), the available topics list appears below. The number preceding the Subject Name/Description is its Lesson Count.

Lesson    Topic/Subject
Count    Name/Description

079    Algebra
111    Algebra I Worked Examples
035    Arithmetic
024    Banking and Money
059    Biology

009    Brain Teasers
146    Calculus
California Standards Test
016     – Algebra I
023     – Algebra II
018     – Geometry

097    Chemistry
096    Developmental Math
045    Differential Equations
075    Finance
024    Geometry

013    Khan Academy-Related Talks and Interviews
138    Linear Algebra
036    Organic Chemistry
128    Physics
023    Pre-algebra

033    Precalculus
025    Probability
028    Statistics
032    Trigonometry
108 Algebra 1 Examples

Looks to be a fantastic resource, waiting to be used.


About Sigurd

Moved to rural Vermont in 1998, recently semi-retired. Intellect-oriented person (I spend a lot of time in my mind, have worked to broaden, regularly, the boundaries of what I pay attention to). One of my current interests is Goethe's approach to understanding the structures of the world (Science) and how it is different from Newton's approach. Goethe tried to stay open to what more the world might tell him of its nature, whereas Newton conceived frameworks that them became a window through which nature is viewed and understood.
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