Numerade is a free online video education platform committed to closing the educational opportunity gap.
Numerade hosts the largest STEM video library in the world. We have hundreds of thousands of step-by-step video walk-through solutions to the top STEM textbooks across secondary and postsecondary education. Students use Numerade when doing homework, particularly when problems are assigned from textbooks. More than likely, we will have provided a video walk through to the exact problem students are working on. Students can find their book here and continue to practice how to approach and solve specific problems. Though this, students are able to internalize the material at a faster pace.
School closures shouldn’t mean students stop learning. With remote learning on the rise, we want to ensure students receive the same kind of benefits they would from their typical instructional day.
Numerade allows educators to post unlimited video lectures for their students to access in a “remote classroom setting,” in their own time and place. Create and post a video in less than 10 minutes – and invite your students to view and review all for FREE.
How it works:
Additionally, students can post questions and educators can provide video explanations (here’s how). If students don’t have access to stable WIFI and computers, they can access via mobile phones. We also have a live streaming option available via Tutorcast.tv. This provides live stream for up to 25 students, recording functionality and 1 to 1 capabilities. If you are impacted by the coronavirus, all costs will be waived or heavily discounted.
If you’re interested in implementing a free, simple solution to ensure student growth during the Coronavirus outbreak, we’ll be happy to get you started. Just sign up here, and get a quick 15 minute consultation and demo here. Again this is being offered completely for FREE to students and educators.
For students taking the SAT or APs, we have thousands of videos to help them master these exams here.
Students also have free access to full length courses here. Courses are conceptual content videos from Precalculus, Calculus, Physics, Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and the SAT. Each contains 30-40 hrs of video material covering every topic within the subject. These courses were created by our top PhD educators.
To start, sign up here.