Here is a great resource for teachers and students! Khan Academy, a global classroom for anyone in the world who has access to a computer, has a library of over 3,200 videos online that are free. This provides quality instruction to areas all over the world, no matter where they are located. Incentives for students are also on the cite to motivate them with a game of earning badges and points, “game mechanics” as they refer to it, and they also offer Teacher Resources as well. Here is an example of one topic they cover:

ALGEBRA (many lessons in each of these subtopics):

- Algebra Intro
- Linear Equations
- Inequalities
- Rations & Proportions
- Absolute Value
- Exponents and Radicals
- Logarithms
- Polynomials
- Quadratics
- Functions
- Conic Sections
- Complex Numbers
- Matrices

It’s easy to see by this listing that there are many lessons from which to choose. Here is a partial list of more topics without subtopics listed:

- American Civics
- Arithmetic & Pre-Algebra
- Art History (for many different eras)
- Astrology
- Banking & Money
- Biology
- Brain Teasers
- Cryptography
- Calculus
- Chemistry
- Differential Equations
- Economics
- Finance
- Geometry
- Healthcare & Medicine
- History
- Physics
- Statistics
- Trigonometry
- Computer Science

Khan Academy is a global classroom of students who learn at their own rate and choose what they want to study. Here are reviews and stories of the academy so you can read first hand from teachers and students all over the world.