College Algebra lectures that can be downloaded on your computer or your iPod.
A fun collection of George's geometric sculptures, paper polyhedra, Zome geometry, and even a recipe for Trilobite cookies
Well written explanations of math topics from pre-calculus through linear algebra and differential equations.
44 Questions to determine your cognitive learning style
Video tutorials and practice exercises on all levels of mathematics up through Linear Algebra and Differential Equations.
Extensive tutorial modules covering topics from pre-calculus and calculus.
Video-taped calculus lectures
Computer based mathematical manipulatives designed for use at the elementary and middle school level. This library, designed by a team of professors from Utah State University, is an excellent resource for students in Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers.
VARK (Visual-Aural-Read/Write-Kinesthetic) is a questionnaire that provides users with a profile of their learning preferences. These preferences are about the ways that they want to take-in and learn information.
Harvard University education professor Howard Gardner unveiled a theory of multiple intelligences that famously rejected the traditional and long-held view that aptitude consists solely of the ability to reason and understand complex ideas. Instead, he identified eight separate human capacities: musical, verbal, physical, interpersonal, visual, logical, intrapersonal, and naturalistic.