**Source Name:** Khan Academy

**Title:** Introduction to Order of Operations

**Use in Classroom:** Assign students to watch this as a preparation for the topic and create their own fully worked out example or a list of 3 questions they had, due the day we first cover this in class.

**Link:** http://www.khanacademy.org/math/arithmetic/order-of-operations/v/introduction-to-order-of-operations

**Source Name:** Khan Academy

**Title:** Order of Operations Practice

**Use in Classroom:** Take students to a computer lab and send them to this site to practice; walk around, watching them and helping them, while they complete these questions

**Link:**http://www.khanacademy.org/math/arithmetic/order-of-operations/e/order_of_operations

**Source Name:** Khan Academy

**Title:** More Complicated Order of Operations Example

**Use in Classroom:** Have students watch this as a review after we first cover this in class. Email them a question which they email back the fully worked out answer.

**Link: **http://www.khanacademy.org/math/arithmetic/order-of-operations/v/more-complicated-order-of-operations-example

**Source Name:** Khan Academy

**Title:** Understanding Exponents

**Use in Classroom:** Show to students after we cover prime factorization. Have them factor 3 numbers whose answers will require exponents.

**Link: **http://www.khanacademy.org/math/arithmetic/order-of-operations/v/more-complicated-order-of-operations-example

**Source Name:** Khan Academy

**Title:** Commutative Law of Multiplication

**Use in Classroom:** Show to students after we cover Commutative and Associative Properties. Have them write up a fun way they can remember the difference between the 2.

**Link: http://www.khanacademy.org/math/arithmetic/number-properties/v/commutative-law-of-multiplication**

**Source Name:** Illuminations

**Title:** Factorize

**Use in Classroom:** After presenting factoring in class, have students use this site to check the answers on their homework.

**Link:http://classroomaid.visibli.com/172417d2dc9ecdc1/?web=d81418&dst=http%3A//illuminations.nctm.org/**

**Source Name:** flickr

**Title:** Mechanic’s Institute Library (San Francisco) (II)

**Use in Classroom:** When students complain about math and ask why they need to know this, I’ll show this picture and ask how math was used in creating this?

**Link: **http://www.flickr.com/photos/manuelasiener/8092555326/in/pool-geometric

**Source Name:** Wikimedia Commons

**Use in Classroom:** Ask my Microsoft Word students to go here and pick a picture they like and write a paragraph about it, and make a APA reference to the photograph.

**Link: **http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Main_Page

**Source Name:** BYU

**Title:** Personal Finance

**Use in Classroom:** Send my Microsoft Excel classes here and have them locate a spreadsheet they can use in their lives and input their own data, for example, the Debt Free Spending Spreadsheet.

**Link: **http://personalfinance.byu.edu/?q=node/307

**Source Name:** You Tube

**Title:** A Legacy Speedometer Model in Excel

**Use in Classroom:** In class, have my Microsoft Excel class watch this to expand their minds as to what Excel can do, and have them each come up with a new idea that Excel might be able to do that they had not previously considered.

**Link:**http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QBtvwDVNBDU