Useful Links

For students, teachers and education enthusiasts

Whether you are a NEET and JEE aspirant or in Grades 6th to 10th looking for school curriculum requirements/olympiads or teacher or learning enthusiast, web is full of free resources that can enhance your knowledge and hopefully help you in achieving academic goals provided there is a systematic plan of using the same. Here is a compilation of such resources by category- Students and Teachers.

Teachers:

A to Z Teacher Stuff: This site was created by teachers, for teachers. It includes strategies for dealing with ADHD children, surviving parent-teacher conferences, and filling out report cards. This will be crucial resource in motivating JEE and NEET aspirants

The Educator’s Reference Desk: For teachers across India, this is a useful platform. Hundreds of lesson plans submitted exclusively to this site can be found here. Search by subject or by grade level.

Lesson Plans 4 Teachers: This site contains many useful, free lesson plans for ages K-12. You can search by age group, subject area, or browse recent featured categories such as lessons that pertain to May Day and Mothers’ Day.

Maths is Fun: This British website has an enticing graphic with many math-related illustrations sharing space in a grassy field. Click on any of the pictures and you’ll be treated to an in-depth exploration of all aspects of that mathematical concept, such as Money, Algebra or Measurement.

PBS Teachers: The educational channel PBS operates this dynamic website with teaching material for all grades. Some of the material ties in with PBS shows, such as a new approach to teaching The Diary of Anne Frank that corresponds to an upcoming documentary.

Teachers Net: This is a gigantic resource for connecting with other teachers in order to share and receive advice, encouragement and, of course, lesson plans. The site also maintains an impressive gazette full of journalistic articles about the current state of American education.

TeacherSn.com: A social network just for teachers. Once you register, you can upload and download handouts and lesson plans, as well as joining groups of other teachers interested in a particular topic.

Teach With Movies: This site specializes in showing teachers how they can use video clips to enhance the classroom experience. For $11.99 per year, teachers get learning guides and lesson plans for over 300 movies.

2scholastic.com: This site is sponsored by well-known educational publisher Scholastic. Here you will find videos, essay competitions and expert advice from veteran teachers.

Students:

Useful Resourcs for MathematicsAccess link
Math is funhttps://www.mathsisfun.com/puzzles/
Mathspherehttp://www.mathsphere.co.uk/resources/MathSphereMathsPuzzles.htm
Mathwarehousehttp://www.mathwarehouse.com/riddles/math-riddles.php
Mathspuzzleshttp://www.transum.org/Software/Puzzles/
Puzzlersworldhttps://puzzlersworld.com/puzzles/number-puzzles/
TED Ed lessons worth sharinghttp://ed.ted.com/
Khanacademyhttps://www.khanacademy.org/mathh
National Digital Library of Indiahttps://ndl.iitkgp.ac.in/
Softschools.comhttp://www.softschools.com/math/geometry/worksheets/high_school/
Interactive sites for educationhttp://interactivesites.weebly.com/math.html
Pbslearningmediahttps://www.pbslearningmedia.org/
Mathtv.comhttp://www.mathtv.com/
Patrickhttp://patrickjmt.com/
Hegartymathshttps://hegartymaths.com/
MyMathshttps://www.mymaths.co.uk/
Cut The Knothttp://www.cut-the-knot.com/
SOS Mathshttp://www.sosmath.com/
Mathsnet.nethttp://www.mathsnet.net/
MIT OpenCourseWare (Video Lectures, Problems & Solutions and more) https://ocw.mit.edu/courses/mathematics/
White Group A level H2 Mathematicshttp://www.whitegroupmaths.com/
Yaymathhttp://www.yaymath.org/
Good Online Calculatorshttp://goodcalculators.com/
mathematicsi Projecthttp://mathematicsi.com/
A level Mathematicshttp://www.a-levelmaths.com/
Topmathshttp://topmaths.org/a-level-past-paper.html
Mathtutorhttp://www.mathtutor.ac.uk/
Mathcentrehttp://www.mathcentre.ac.uk/