Have you ever been stumped by the nuances of your physics, statistics or calculus books? Maybe having a better understanding of some of the basics that never quite sunk in would help.
Like a sort of online collection of Cliffs Notes for hard-to-grasp subjects, the video library includes videos that are about 10 minutes long each covering about 40 subjects including physics, developmental math, calculus, statistics, differential equations and many more. During each video, a narrator simultaneously explains concepts while drawing pictures or equations on a computer sketch pad.
The videos are educational, so they can be difficult to swallow, but if you've ever had a tough time getting a concept down pat, they just might do the trick. It's worth a try. Here's a sample video on fluids:
In addition to the video library, the website offers math practice exercises that can be done online by students who can keep track of their own progress. Teachers can monitor the students' progress online as well.
According to Dijksman's presentation blurb, the Academy's goal is "to allow educators to improve their teaching, but above all to bring simple, rewarding and enjoyable education to the minds of many young students."