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Become a Member of The Math Institute Video Program!
By enrolling in the membership program, you will receive access to video lessons on all major topic areas for your middle school and high school math program. Michael Waski gives step by step instructions for you as a teacher, as he would present the lesson to his students. He also includes lessons directed toward students as well. These will serve as a helpful accompaniment to your instruction. 

A sample video is available below. You can also access certain content for free on our Youtube channel.


It is the goal of The Math Institute to maximize our reach and accessibility by providing resources and programming to as many adolescent practitioners and secondary schools as possible. Because of this, we are offering tiered pricing for this program. Please review the rates listed below and consider which you are able and willing to pay.
Rate A pricing covers a portion of the direct costs of the professional video editing and production. It does not cover any organization or administrative overhead or expenses.

Rate B will covers the direct costs of the professional video editing and production. It does not cover any organization or administrative overhead or expenses.

Rate C is the true market rate for this program and covers all external and organization expenses.
  • Rate A

    Every year
  • Rate B

    Every year
  • Rate C

    Every year
Since our goal is to reach as many teachers as possible. The Math Institute will release two of the videos for teachers on our Youtube channel each month, free of charge! 

Below we’ve outlined what you can expect from either route: 

Unlimited access to the growing video library (see complete catalog of lessons below) through unique log-in on this website.


Video lessons come with a teacher version and a student version, where Michael Waski speaks directly to the students. These videos can be used directly with the students.

PDF downloads for follow-up activities accompany select videos. 


Access to free videos only through The Math Institute channel on Youtube when they are released. Two per month.


No access to alternate student versions of the videos.

No access to PDF downloads for follow-up activities. 


Distributive Property as Area (with Algebra Tile Introduction)
Factoring as Area
Binomial Multiplication with Algebra Tiles
First Lesson in Trinomial Factoring 2A
How to Use the Factoring Cards

Trinomial Factoring 2B
Transition to Symbolism
Trinomial Factoring 2C
Trinomial Factoring 2D
Perfect Square Trinomials with Algebra Tiles
Difference of Squares with the Pegboard (Numerically)
Difference of Squares Algebraically
Difference of Squares with Algebra Tiles
Difference of Cubes Algebraically
Sum of Cubes Algebraically

Introduction to Algebra Tiles


The Coordinate Plane - History and Parts
Midpoint - Visually
Midpoint - Formalization

Distance Between Points: Visually
Distance  Formula

Slope - Visually
Slope Definition
Parallel Lines Visually
Parallel Lines with Slope
Perpendicular Lines  Visually
Perpendicular Lines with Slope
x-y charts


Discovery of Pi
Cirumference of a Circle
Pythagoran Theorem Proof
Pythagorean Theorem in 3-D


The Yellow Material for Understanding Area
Area of Rectangles and Squares

Kites and Rhombi
Regular Polygons

Area of a Circle


Zero-Product Property
Completing the Square with Algebra Tiles
Completing the Square: Towards Abstraction

Completing the Square with Odd Linear terms
Completing the Square with Leading Coefficients
The Quadratic Formula


How to Use Transformation Cards
Parent Graphs
Vertical Transformations
Horizontal Transformations
Vertex Form
Scaling Factor
All Transformations

Solving Equations

Order of Operations
Solving One-Step with Positive Numbers
One-step with Negative Numbers
One-step with Integer Multiples of x
One Step with Fractional Multiples of x
One-Step in Abstraction

Solving Two-Step Equations
Two-Step with Fractions
Variables on both Sides
Multi-Step Equations


The Chuquet Chart
Non-Positive Exponents
Fractional Exponents
Simplifying Radicals with Materials


Naming Solids
Volumes of Right Prisms
Volumes of Pyramids

Binomial Theorem

Binomial Square
Binomial Cube

Fourth Powers of a Binomial
Fifth Powers of a Binomial


Sum of Consecutive Natural Numbers
Sums of Squares
Sums of Cubes
Sums of Rectangular Numbers


A History of Logarithms

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