Math Videos Captioned and Signed in ASL...
This is one video in the series of lessons on math provided by DeafTEC. Gary Blatto-Vallee, a math and science instructor at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf, guides viewers through a variety of mathematical exercises in this DeafTEC video series. All lessons are fully captioned, signed in ASL, and voiced. In this 9:45 video, the second of two parts, Blatto-Vallee uses an electronic whiteboard to show several examples of how to find the greatest common factor when factoring polynomials. See the main Math Video Resources page for an introduction to this video series.
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