High School
Math

# Vectors

This collection includes excellent resources for teaching vector math - a concept that can be challenging for both students and teachers alike.
A Collection By Tracy Pinkard
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Vectors
• Tracy Pinkard says:
Although presented in a science framework, this vector toolkit is amazing! It includes a lesson, simulations, videos, labs and more! The best part of this resource, however, are the tips for addressing common student misconceptions about vectors.
• Tracy Pinkard says:
This lesson plan by Cpalms is great! Not only is it well-organized and detailed, the provided and supplemental resources are excellent. Useful suggestions for extension and accommodation are also included and I especially love the additional resources related to this standard that are provided.
• Tracy Pinkard says:
OnlineMathLearning.com presents an extensive collection of instructional resources for teaching vectors. Organized by type of resource (lesson, video, etc.), the tools provided are detailed enough to be used independently by students, but are also excellent for whole or small group instruction as well.
• Tracy Pinkard says:
This Computing Technology 4 Math Excellence has compiled an awesome collection of resources for teaching vectors. From videos, to interactive practice games, to performance tasks, the resources are all standards-based and great for students to use for individual and small group practice or review.
• ## Vectors - Science of NFL Football

3:58 Minute Video
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Tracy Pinkard says:
The National Science Foundation created an outstanding video explaining the role of vectors and vector algebra in professional football. The use of popular, real-world examples makes the math relevant to students.
• ## Adding Vectors Graphically

5:09 Minute Video
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Tracy Pinkard says:
This brief video by SnugglyHappyMathTime is a great overview of adding and subtracting vectors graphically. The examples are easy-to-understand, well explained, and the use of the graphs makes this an excellent resource for visual learners.
• Tracy Pinkard says:
Interactive Math has created an amazing digital chapter on vectors. I love this resource because it is well-organized, thorough, and fun! Several examples of using vectors in the real-world are provided, which makes the concept more salient for students. Additionally, the interactive components are quite engaging which make this an excellent resource for varied instructional purposes.
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