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Eddie Woo Mathematics Youtube videos
« on: January 25, 2018, 10:54:15 pm »
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https://www.youtube.com/user/misterwootube/videos

This is a channel that was started by a teacher from James Ruse HS (Eddie woo), who later moved to Cherry book High School! He makes all these videos free and for the public =)
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These videos started as a student who was ill with cancer, required maths help  (consequently, Mr Woo was his teacher).

These are exceptional videos which helped me in my HS years, and they cover a large range of levels!
- Yr 7 maths,
- 2U maths
- 3U maths
- 4U maths
- General maths

These are short, clear and concise math videos from a maths teacher with passion. I wouldn't of actually made it without these videos, which helped me understand things so easily =)

It's also quite fitting that he has won an Australian of the year award =).
http://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/real-life/news-life/australian-of-the-year-awards-all-the-winners/news-story/beba8dd773f2c0e61657e9a01b2a4640
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Eddie Woo, the inspirational mathematics teacher who is revolutionising education, has been named the 2018 Australia’s Local Hero at the Australian of the Year awards.
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Re: Eddie Woo Mathematics Youtube videos
« Reply #1 on: January 26, 2018, 09:56:23 am »
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Honestly the most deserved award ever.

I've been a huge fan of his stuff for at least four years now and used those videos over and over again back when I learnt math. I have many people to thank for getting me this far with my math career but I'm especially thankful to his stuff, given that I learnt heaps off him without even having met him in person.

Since then he's also posted a bunch of videos around general study tips and not just math content. But I would seriously recommend people check out his channel, ESPECIALLY if they're questioning HSC habits or aren't at least genuinely confident with their math. Extremely worth the time you invest into it.

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Re: Eddie Woo Mathematics Youtube videos
« Reply #2 on: January 26, 2018, 10:00:24 am »
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I am not joking here, but he is my maths teacher
you might be abke to hear me in some of his vids!
yes, i go to cherrybrook tech high school
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Re: Eddie Woo Mathematics Youtube videos
« Reply #3 on: January 26, 2018, 01:35:30 pm »
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I am not joking here, but he is my maths teacher
you might be abke to hear me in some of his vids!
yes, i go to cherrybrook tech high school

I have friends that were in his 2017 genral class and I swear I could hear them both in his vids too haha!
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Re: Eddie Woo Mathematics Youtube videos
« Reply #4 on: February 05, 2018, 10:34:22 am »
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To add to this list of resources, I used 3Blue1Brown's Essence of Calculus for a deeper intuition into Calculus. It's really interesting, and I definitely recommend it.
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