Click on the following video-based learning resources to use as an option for learning material.

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Khan Academy

Students practice at their own pace on math, reading, science History and more.

Recommended Age: 4-12

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Ted-Ed

TED-Ed offers short video lessons on an a variety of topics.

Recommended Age: 8+

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National Geographic Videos

National Geographic videos

Recommended Ages: 8+

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Nepris on Demand

Nepris on demand offers videos on real-world relevance and
learning application videos that are live from industry professionals about their jobs, & experiences.

Learn more and register for virtual Industry Chats here.

Recommended Age: 13+

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EdX

Access 2500+ Online Courses from 140 Institutions (many of them free without certification)

Recommended Age: High School+

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YouTube Learning Hub

YouTube education-focused content creators have partnered with Google for Education to create the Learning Hub.

Recommended Age: 13+

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Numberphile

Numberphile is a free site featuring short math films created by Australian video journalist Brady Haran.

Recommended Age: 9-12

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My Writing Coach

My Writing Coach is a subscription service that includes online writing instructional tasks with embedded guided practice. “The Coach” provides customized feedback. ELPAC writing and high school portfolio building support also available.

This is a free subscription during COVID-19

Recommended Age: 8+

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WilBooks

Willbooks includes free resources some great educational videos including flash cards, book read-alouds and poetry videos.

Recommended Age: Pre-K- 2nd Grade