The Home Schooling section seems sparsely populated, so I decided to make a thread filled with a bunch of resources I use to self-study or as supplements for my studies. I have to admit that most of it involves science and mathematics topics, but if anybody wants to post anything in the other areas of knowledge, please do so.
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Khan AcademyThis is a great resource I use to study various topics in mathematics and science. The online lectures are especially great. I highly recommend the biology ones for those who are interested in the Taxonomy section of this forum, particularly the lectures relevant to genetics and evolution. I've used this to self-study portions of Linear Algebra, and as a supplement to Single-Variable Calculus, Biology, and Physics classes. All of the lectures were great, and revealed things my high school classes did not. In addition to the video lectures, there are real tests and problems one can work though, taken the year the lectures were recorded. This is especially great to test one's knowledge, and to assess whether or not to review a concept.
Bozeman BiologyAnother good source for mathematics, science, as well as other subjects. I find his videos great to refresh a concept, or to get a general idea before formally learning the concept. Although, I find it difficult to learn details from his videos, without using a textbook for practice questions.
PatrickJMTA great source for review or an introduction. I find that he goes too fast in his explanations, without playing with some ideas, but for others it seems very useful and helpful. I like to watch his videos after I read a chapter in my biology textbook, and after I went through all of the details on my own.
Online Textbooks, Power points, Notes & Practice ProblemsWhile Khan Academy gives a great conceptual background to mathematics, and proves things in the detail I require, I find the videos here much more helpful for learning the methods to find solutions. I retain much more from these videos as well. These videos are especially useful for shortcuts, or working efficiently in general.
Desmos Graphing Calculator