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Games, Quizzes, etc

Educational YouTube Channels we enjoy

  • CanadaMath - channel with tutorials for Canadian and American math competitions
  • Mathologer - accessible explanations of hard and beautiful maths with great animations and graphics
  • VSauce/D!NG - entertaining videos on math, science, and philosophy presented by the quirky Michael Stevens
  • Veritasium - interesting videos about science, math, and more
  • Numberphile - math education channel sponsored by the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI)
  • Mark Rober - Former NASA engineer promoting science and the scientific method via entertaining engineering projects
  • Smarter Every Day - this channel, run by Aerospace engineer Dustin Sandlin, revolves around scientific exploration and discovery
  • It's Okay to be Smart - Dr. Joe Hanson presents various scientific and mathematical topics in a fun way. Other PBS Digital Network channels are just as excellent.

Books we like

  • "Sequences, Combinations, Limits" by S.I. Gelfand, M.L. Gerver, A.A. Kirillov, N.N. Konstantinov, and A.G. Kushnirenko
    ISBN 0-486-42566-5
  • "Functions and Graphs" by I.M. Gelfand, E.G. Glagoleva and E.E. Shnol
    ISBN 0-486-42564-9
  • "Algebra" by I.M. Gelfand and A. Shen
    ISBN 978-0-81763-677-7
  • "The Method of Coordinates" by I.M. Gelfand, E.G. Glagoleva and A.A. Kirillov
    ISBN 978-0-81763-533-6
  • "Trigonometry" by I.M. Gelfand and M. Saul
    ISBN 978-0-8176-3914-3