first_imgIt has been more than eight years since Arsenal last won a trophy – a drought Theo Walcott believes the current squad can bring to an end this season. Arsene Wenger has won three league titles and four FA Cups during his time at the Gunners helm, although there has been nothing added to that trophy collection since 2005. It is a stick often used to beat the north Londoners with, but maybe not for much longer. Press Associationcenter_img Despite missing a host of first-team players through injury, Arsenal opened up their Champions League campaign with a 2-1 win at Marseille on Wednesday. That was a club record 10th successive win on the road, highlighting why Walcott believes that barren run may soon be coming to an end. “I think we’ll push on and we can definitely challenge this year, for sure,” he said. “There is so much belief in this team at the moment and I think it’s showing. We just need to make sure we get that home form going now, the away form is absolutely fantastic. “It’s 10 successive wins away from home, someone told me in the dressing room. It’s a record. I didn’t know that until after the game. “To be part of a team that has done that, in the amount of years that Arsenal have existed, is a great honour and a great achievement for everyone. “It just shows how good and how talented these players are. “We haven’t got the biggest squad in the world and we’ve got a lot of injuries, which doesn’t help, but the players that are playing and contributing and the players that aren’t playing as well, it’s important that everyone is focused. “We’ve got to stay fit, which is crucial as well – we don’t want to lose any more players. “As soon as the players come back there is going to be more competition for places as well. That’s only going to be a good thing for Arsenal.” last_img read more

first_img Related Articles Mozzartbet sets sail in South America taking over Meridianbet Colombia July 22, 2020 Submit StumbleUpon Fernando Ors Villarejo – INTRALOTAthens-listed gambling and lottery systems provider INTRALOT SA has this morning confirmed the appointment of Fernando Ors Villarejo as new President of Sports Betting at INTRALOT Inc – the firm’s North American division.A twenty-year industry veteran, Villarejo joins INTRALOT’s US executive from Bolsa Madrid gambling firm Grupo Codere, where he led new market initiatives as joint Chief Development and Chief Executive Officer (CDO/CEO) of ‘Codere Interactiva’.Updating the market, INTRALOT governance states that has secured a leading industry executive to drive its US sports betting ambitions, with a proven track record in delivering and managing dynamic partnerships and projects.In its update, INTRALOT governance points to Villarejo tenure leading Codere Interactive, in which the executive delivered successful international partnerships with TV Azteca (Mexico), Formula Giochi (Italy)  and Carrefour France subsidiaries’ BASA and Groupe Promodès.Confirming the executive appointment, INTRALOT Group Chief Executive Antonios Kerastaris commented:“It is my great pleasure to extend a warm welcome to Fernando. In the new era of Sports Betting in the USA, Fernando will be our key person for opening up this immense new opportunity for Intralot, with end-to-end responsibility on the Sports Betting product and operations in the USA. Sports Betting in the US in the post PASPA era is a major source of potential future revenue and profits for INTRALOT and we intend to dedicate a considerable amount of effort and resources to turn this opportunity into a great success for our company”. Share Intralot accelerates Nederlandse Loterij retail transformation July 29, 2020 Share Intralot strengthens U*BET offering with virtual sports addition August 6, 2020last_img read more

first_imgSAN FRANCISCO (AP)—Ben Roethlisberger threw a few extra passes in near darkness after the lights went out at Candlestick Park. The additional throws were all for naught. Big Ben never found his groove playing on a bum ankle—and the San Francisco 49ers’ top-ranked defense wasn’t about to let the most unique of home-field advantages get away in a 20-3 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday night.“Just wondering how this happens at a professional stadium,” Roethlisberger said of not one but two blackouts.Monday Night Football nearly became a Monday Night Fiasco.San Francisco’s lights-out return to prime time helped salvage what could have been an embarrassing evening for everyone involved on the NFL’s biggest stage after a pair of power outages delayed the game for close to 35 minutes in all.“I just feel like San Francisco took a big step to show the NFL and to show the state of California that they need a new stadium,” Steelers safety Ryan Clark said. “I think it was a very strategic move, and Candlestick may be no more.”Good thing there’s a state-of-the-art $1 billion stadium in the works.“Electric atmosphere tonight,” tweeted team president Jed York—unclear if his pun was intended.NFL security chief Jeff Miller said he witnessed a transformer blow up while he was monitoring a gate outside the stadium, where a shooting during the preseason already put a negative light on this venue.The first outage pushed back the opening kickoff by 20 minutes. Thousands of flashbulbs went off in the midst of the blackness, with a sellout crowd of 69,732 sitting in darkness—including all those Terrible Towel-waving Steelers fans who travel the country with their team.The second delay came early in the second quarter and halted the game again between the playoff-bound teams for about 15 minutes. Miller and other NFL officials gathered in the press box to assess the situation, remaining in constant contact with the commissioner’s office.Miller said he remained confident the game could be finished even using an alternative power source because the problem appeared to be outside the stadium.San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee said city workers worked with PG&E officials to restore power to the stadium and he has called for an investigation “to prevent incidents such as this from happening again.”last_img read more

first_img·         DÉJÀ VU ALL OVER AGAIN: BEHOLDER IN SANTA LUCIA·         GRADE II KONA GOLD STAKES IS ALL IN THE FAMILY·         GO WEST MARIE ON THE GO FOR EXERCISE RIDER SALAS ·         IT’S A HOME RUN FOR MORENO IF DORTMUND TRIPLES·         PATIENCE PAYS OFF FOR TRAINER JORGE PERIBAN·         FUNNY CAR OWNER/DRIVER WINS FIRST HORSE RACECHAMPION BEHOLDER RETURNS IN SANTA LUCIATrainers who entered in Friday’s $75,000 Santa Lucia Stakes might have been surprised to see Beholder in the race.Or not.Embarking on the same path she took to start her 2014 campaign, the two-time Eclipse Award winner makes her 5-year-old debut in Friday’s $75,000 Santa Lucia Stakes for fillies and mares, four and up, at 1 1/16 miles.The daughter of Henny Hughes began her season in a similarly clandestine fashion in last year’s Santa Lucia, tiptoeing into the restricted stakes she won by 5 ¼ lengths under Gary Stevens, who rides tomorrow. The champion 2-year-old filly of 2012 and 3-year-old filly of 2013 was supplemented to the race each time for $1,500, a paltry sum considering she has earned $3,368,300 thanks to 10 wins and three seconds from 15 starts for owner B. Wayne Hughes.            “I was lucky the race went,” said trainer Richard Mandella. “That was a big concern. It didn’t have to go. She’s doing well although I don’t think she’s up to her best tomorrow, but I think she’s ready to do what she needs to do.”            If all goes well, a logical progression beyond the Santa Lucia would be the Grade I Vanity Stakes on May 9 and the Grade I Ogden Phipps at Belmont Park on June 6.Richard Baltas may have been one of those caught napping when he entered Melanistic, a durable campaigner who once ran for a $2,500 claiming tag at Los Alamitos in April 2012. The 6-year-old California-bred daughter of Ministers Wild Cat ran second in the restricted Dream of Summer Stakes on March 22, her 43rd career start. She has won 11.Baltas, enjoying a solid meet with 17 wins through 60 racing days, also nominated Wild in the Saddle to the Santa Lucia.“I’m just running Melanistic,” he said. “I want to take more time with Wild in the Saddle. Melanistic is doing well; she’s a very hard-knocking horse. We’re having a good meet. We’re holding our own against the big boys with the little horses.”The field for the Santa Lucia: Backintheacademy, Tiago Pereira, 30-1; Tiz Midnight, Martin Garcia, 5-1; Melanistic, Tyler Baze, 20-1; Uzziel, Kent Desormeaux, 8-1; Gusto Dolce, Flavien Prat, 30-1; Beholder, Gary Stevens, 1-5; Oscar Party, Santagio Gonzalez, 10-1; and Sky Mega, Elvis Trujillo, 15-1.KAREN HEADLEY HOPES TO CARRY ON TRADITION IN KONA GOLDSanta Anita changed the name of the Potrero Grande Stakes this year and it wasn’t because it was hard to pronounce or hard to spell. It was a chance to honor 2000 Breeders’ Cup Sprint champion Kona Gold, trained by Bruce HeadleyHeadley long ago retired the Cup for winning the Kona Gold Stakes when it was run as the Potrero Grande through 2014. The 81-year-old trainer captured the race six times, twice with Kona Gold, in 2000 and 2001.On Saturday, Bruce’s daughter, Karen, a trainer in her own right, will attempt to win the Grade II race at 6 ½ furlongs with the crack sprinter San Onofre, who has four wins and two seconds from six career starts, with earnings of $195,040 for owner Aase Headley.She is the mother of Karen and the wife of Bruce. She campaigns as Matson Racing.“This is a race I’ve wanted to win ever since it was changed from the Potrero Grande,” Karen said. “I galloped Kona Gold, my dad bought him, broke him, and the horse is up for the Hall of Fame this year.“Alex Solis (who rode Kona Gold to the Breeders’ Cup Sprint victory in 2000) rides San Onofre and the horse is coming up to the race really well,” Karen added. “Everything is just right.”Added Solis, a newcomer to the Hall of Fame: “It would be very special to win the first Kona Gold. The horse meant so much to us and did so many great things. San Onofre blew out three furlongs Thursday in 36.40.            The $200,000 Kona Gold: Spirit Rules, Iggy Puglisi, 8-1; Caminetto, 8-1, Martin Garcia; Seeking the Sherif, Kayla Stra, 4-1; Sahara Sky, Rafael Bejarano, 5-2; San Onofre, Alex Solis, 3-1; Masochistic, Tyler Baze, 2-1; and Ankeny Hills, Edwin Maldonado, 12-1.BUCK STOPS WITH EXERCISE RIDER SALAS AT TRUMAN BARNThere is more than meets the eye when fans see smiling faces and high fives in the winner’s circle after a victory–much more.            No one recognizes that more than trainer Eddie Truman, who sends out Go West Marie in quest of her fourth straight victory Saturday in the Grade III Las Cienegas Stakes for older fillies and mares at about 6 ½ furlongs on turf.            Truman credits exercise ride Joel Salas, who has been with him for 12 years, for turning the California-bred daughter of Western Fame into a win machine.            “She just made the turnaround this year when we got her to settle down,” Truman said. “Now she can do anything, win at a mile or 6 ½. When Joel first got her, she’d run off or lug out in the mornings.“He got her going so good and that’s when we decided she could wait and not have to be on the lead. He’s done a great job.”            Bred by Summer Mayberry for owner Peter Redekop, Go West Marie has six wins from 18 starts with earnings of $462,520.The chestnut filly came from well off the pace twice in two races prior to taking the Irish O’Brien last out, overcoming a nightmarish trip in deep stretch to get up by a half-length.The field for the Las Cienegas: Theatre Star, Drayden Van Dyke, 8-1; Home Journey, Rafael Bejarano, 4-1; Living the Life, Flavien Prat, 9-2; Salsita, Felipe Valdez, 50-1; Blingismything, Elvis Trujillo, 4-1; Go West Marie, Gary Stevens, 2-1; Unforgettable U, Edwin Maldonado, 20-1; and Heavens Stairway, Tyler Baze, 5-2.IF DORTMUND WINS TRIPLE CROWN, ISIDRO MORENO WINS $1 MILLION            At 17 hands and roughly 1,200 pounds, Bob Baffert’s undefeated Santa Anita Derby winner Dortmund is obviously big on stature and long on talent. Dedicated racing fan Isidro Moreno is hoping the striking chestnut colt by Big Brown has coattails as well, as Moreno, his wife Maria Blanca, and their three children are counting on him to win racing’s Triple Crown and carry them to a $1 million bonus in the second annual Santa Anita Derby Millionaire Contest.            A resident of Pacoima, Moreno, who is a full-time groom at the Los Angeles Equestrian Center, took the day off of work and celebrated his 42nd birthday by attending the races last Saturday with his wife and youngest daughter, Mariah.Upon arriving at the track, he entered the Santa Anita Derby Millionaire Contest, whereupon he drew favored Dortmund, while five other fans had their individual hopes pinned on his competition. With $1,000 win bets provided by Santa Anita in-hand, the six contestants watched the 78th Santa Anita Derby intently from the Winner’s Circle as Dortmund dusted the competition by 4 ¼ lengths and improved his record to a perfect six for six.            Off at 3-5, Dortmund paid $3.20 to win and thus provided Isidro with a tidy birthday profit of $1,600. Santa Anita will provide Moreno with a $7,500 win ticket on Dortmund in the Kentucky Derby on May 2, and if he wins there, an additional $10,000 win wager in the Preakness Stakes on May 16. And, if Dortmund becomes the first Triple Crown winner since Affirmed in 1978, Moreno will win the $1 million Santa Anita Derby bonus on Belmont Stakes Day, June 6.            When asked what he would do with a million dollar pot of Derby gold, Moreno responded, “We wouldn’t buy a car or take a fancy trip. We have three kids and we’d like to buy a house.” Moreno’s daughter, Mariah, quickly stated that she wanted her dad to “buy a puppy.”            The Santa Anita Derby Contest, which was initiated last year, was nearly hit, as Eddie Espinoza of Whittier followed California Chrome through victories in the Santa Anita Derby, Kentucky Derby and Preakness before meeting defeat with a fourth-place dead-heat run in the 2014 Belmont. Here’s hoping the Isidro Moreno family gets the house they’ve always wanted–and a puppy in the window as well.TIME, PATIENCE PAY OFF FOR TRAINER PERIBAN            Jorge Periban is on a roll these days, a far cry from his plight last summer at Del Mar, when he was down to only three horses.            The affable 57-year-old trainer has won with five of his last seven starters and sent out 5-2 morning line chance Preordained to finish second in today’s first race and had 5-1 Oh Brother Go in the eighth.            “I had five wins and two thirds,” Periban said. “I won three races from five starts at Del Mar, and I only had three horses. Now, thanks to the opportunity given to me by my owners, I have 12 horses, some I had before.            “Things are coming around. You just need time and patience.”FINISH LINES: Steve Gasparelli is a newcomer to Thoroughbred racing but not Funny Car racing. The 50-year-old Monrovia native won his first race Sunday when Hawkedon took the sixth by a length and a quarter for trainer Mike Puype. It was Gasparelli’s first win from only his third starter. He has been with Puype for a year, and has nine horses in training. “Sunday’s win was pretty exciting,” said Gasparelli, a 1982 graduate of Monrovia High School who owns medical disposable plants in Chino and Singapore. “I own and drive Funny Cars and we race at Pomona here in Southern California, but we also race all over the country. I’ll be driving at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway this weekend.” . . . Rafael Bejarano, having withdrawn his appeal of a three-day suspension issued on March 22, will serve his ban on April 18, 19 and 24 . . . Streaking stakes winner Warren’s Veneda, ticketed for the Grade I Vanity Stakes on May 9 and a possible meeting with Beholder, is scheduled to breeze Friday. Looking ahead to the Vanity, it brought to mind memories of the 1995 Santa Anita Derby, when Larry the Legend, trained by Lewis, hung a head defeat on 7-5 favorite Afternoon Deelites, trained by Richard Mandella, who also Beholder . . . David Flores, going through litigation contesting a one-year suspension issued recently by racing officials in Singapore, was a Clockers’ Corner visitor Thursday morning . . . On Sunday, April 19, Santa Anita celebrates Hispanic music and culture with a Latin music festival in the Infield. Enjoy Los Ramones and other top musical acts. For concert admission of just $5. Parking is free through Gate 6.last_img read more

first_imgNA Technical Institute assaultThe Guyana Police Force has launched an investigation into a violent attack that occurred on several students of the New Amsterdam Technical Institute by one of their colleagues.Commander of B Division (Berbice), Paul Langevine told Guyana Times on Wednesday that one of the victims’ parents filed a report with Police in Berbice and a probe into the matter has been launched. He further noted that upon completion of the investigation the necessary actions will be taken.NA Technical Institute assault“I know a report was made, a parent came with their child. The report was made and the necessary actions will be taken,” Langevine said.Outraged ensued on social media on Tuesday when the video showing the beating went viral.In the video, the teen is seen taking off his belt and using it to inflict blows which were mostly targeted. The video angered many who viewed it and calls for the Police to arrest the student have been made. The student is also seen slapping one of the other students in a classroom. In a statement to the media on Tuesday, the Education Ministry said the investigation was launched after the video emerged on social media.However, sources at the school told Guyana Times that the incident occurred on Monday.B Division Commander Paul LangevineWhen the mother of the aggressor was contacted by this publication, she initially refused to give any comment on the matter. She however denied making any social media post justifying her son’s actions, adding that she is making efforts to reach out to the parents of the victims.Since the emergence of the video, social activists and religious leaders have condemned the act, calling for a heavy penalty against the student to discourage others from such violent behaviour.last_img read more

first_imgThe new ISPCA Donegal Animal Rehabilitation Centre (ARC) is celebrating its first birthday this week.Located outside Letterkenny, the centre has already cared for 233 animals over the past 12 months.There’s never a dull moment at the centre, and there’s never an average day in the life of ISPCA Senior Inspector Kevin McGinley. Kevin joined the ISPCA team 19 years ago. In 2003 he became an Animal Welfare Inspector and was promoted to Senior Inspector in 2017.  Kevin covers the North West region of the country which includes Donegal, North Sligo and North Leitrim. Here, Kevin shares an insight into his job helping animals across the North West, and has some key advice for animal owners: Describing an average day rescuing Ireland’s most cruelly treated, neglected and abused animals in the Donegal area, Kevin said: “I enjoy my job as a senior Inspector but it can also be challenging at times. What I find rewarding is seeing the animals that I have helped go on to live happier lives.  No two days are the same and I enjoy the variety but at the same time some days can be distressing and upsetting when I am removing an animal from a terrible situation.  I try not to dwell on it because I know there will be more animals that will need help tomorrow. I am lucky to be in a job where I can make a real difference, to help animals that are suffering and giving them a second chance of a happier life.ISPCA Senior Inspector Kevin McGinley“A typical day for me would be reviewing the calls allocated from the helpline first thing to prioritise them and map out my route. This can change depending on the urgency of the calls I receive throughout the day for example, my first call was to investigate a complaint about two Shetland ponies. The caller was concerned about their hooves that appeared to be overgrown and one pony looked lame.“On arrival at the property, I could see that both ponies were in need of farrier treatment. They had access to clean drinking water and they appeared to be well fed. I scanned both ponies but unfortunately they were not microchipped which, is a legal requirement enabling identification of an owner. I left a notice requesting the owner to contact me and I also proceeded to make some local inquiries and called into the local Gardaí station.  I planned on returning to the property again to follow up. “Most of the calls I investigate are not deliberate acts of cruelty and the majority of cases are neglect as a result of a pet owner not fully understanding animal welfare and their responsibilities as a pet owner.  I offer practical advice and try to help resolve any welfare issues that arise. My first priority is always the welfare of the animals concerned and initiating prosecutions is the last resort.“My next call was to meet the owner of a collie dog who contacted us for help.  The dog’s owner was suffering from a sudden illness and was struggling to care for his dog called Poppy. He asked for help and we both agreed that the best outcome for Poppy was to surrender her into the care of the ISPCA. Poppy spent two months at the ISPCA Donegal ARC and received some training to help prepare her for a new home.  She was the first dog to be rehomed from the centre.“The next port of call was to investigate a complaint about a large number of cats, described as thin and some heavily pregnant. On arrival at the property, I counted at least ten cats gathering at the front door. I approached the owner and I explained my reasons for visiting. The owner told me she had been feeding about twenty two cats but most of them were shy to human approach. It transpired the majority of the cats were female and none of them were spayed.“We agreed that she would surrender twenty of the cats into ISPCA care and that she would keep two cats once they were spayed/neutered.“I made arrangements to return with cat traps and once space was available to remove the cats and transport them at the Centre.  I explained that once she started feeding the cats, she took on responsibility for them and the kindest thing to do is to spay or neuter them so they don’t continue to breed uncontrollably causing unnecessary suffering. “After a quick sandwich, I make my way to a local secondary school where I gave a talk to students there about the work of the ISPCA and to promote responsible pet ownership. The students were very enthusiastic and asked lots of questions.  They plan to organise a fundraiser later in the year to support our work at the centre.“On my way home I received a call informing me that the cat trap I set the evening prior, to capture an injured cat was successful. I collected the cat took him to a local veterinary practice for examination as its right hind leg was injured and required treatment.“I return to the centre to finalise some paperwork and return some calls and emails.  The last call of the day was to release a hedgehog that was injured and following veterinary treatment, he made a full recovery and was ready to go back to nature where he belongs.“The vast majority of my day is spent in the van investigating animal cruelty complaints in Donegal, North Sligo and North Leitrim.  I take my job seriously and work hard to prevent animal cruelty. I aim to educate pet owners on their legal responsibilities and to promote high standards of animal welfare both locally and nationally. “The public are less tolerant of what they perceive to be animal cruelty and more and more people are contacting the ISPCA to highlight their concerns.“I am grateful to the people of Donegal and the surrounding area who take the time and effort to report cruelty so we can investigate them and take action if necessary. By making that call, you are helping to make a difference to that animal’s life. None of this would be possible without the continued support of the public.”Kevin’s one bit of advice to anyone thinking of getting a pet is to think carefully to ensure adequate time and financial resources are available to properly care of any new pet.  It is a life-long commitment and a decision that should not be made on a whim.  Owning a pet can be a lot of fun and is very rewarding but it is also a big responsibility.Funding is vital for the ISPCA to continue our work caring for all animals and to be able to expand and provide more Inspectors to cover more areas.  Together we are achieving great results that will have a lasting impact for so many animals in Donegal and the surrounding area well into the future.For more information about the ISPCA Inspectorate Team and to download the latest Inspectorate Report, please visit https://www.ispca.ie/ispca_inspectorate_reportsTo support the ISPCA’s work by making a kind donation, please visit https://www.ispca.ie/donate/once_offGiving animals a second chance: A day in the life of an ISPCA Inspector was last modified: June 23rd, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:ISPCAKevin McGinleylast_img read more

first_imgSAN JOSE — Sharks general manager Doug Wilson expects this weekend’s NHL Draft to be anything but routine.Especially considering the amount of chatter that’s gone on between league executives over the last several weeks.“There’s been more conversation, more communication between GMs in the last month, than maybe ever since I’ve been a GM,” said Wilson, who started his current job in 2003. “There’s parity in this league, so everybody’s looking for that bit of difference on their team.”On …last_img

first_imgHow to Make the Most of Your Software Developer… To help today’s students improve their math skills, the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) recommends leveraging technology to engage students. Technology can address different learning styles, plus it provides a way to make learning more entertaining.Thanks to the ever-advancing technology landscape, there are even more virtual tech resources available for mathematics now available. Recently, Aurora University put together a list of virtual resources that can assist with teaching math that included some innovative approaches.Tech For MathHere are some of the latest tech resources for math:Desmos has a free web-based graphing calculator that is comparable to the scientific calculators that typically cost $100 or more, saving students (and their parents) considerable money. The company also has digital math activities for middle and high school students. These include interactive math lessons that can be downloaded to a mobile device.EquatIO is a free tool for math teachers to create mathematical equations, formulas, and graphs on computers or Chromebooks to use for their students as a lesson or additional practice.Kahoot! is an interactive game that uses multiple choice questions. This enables students in the same classroom to compete against each other while reinforcing the math lessons they are learning.Online and SMART Board Math GamesTeachers also can access free math websites that use numerous gamification methods to help teach and engage kids at the elementary school level. For example, Arcademics.com uses Common Core math standards and features various arcade-style games that focus on concepts like math functions, fractions, and algebra. Also, Math Playground features math and logic games, arcade-style activities, and math videos.Classrooms that have SMART boards can use sites like SMART Exchange and iSmartboard.com to access thousands of math lessons by grade level. Many teachers have submitted their own games and activities to these sites to help other teachers like themselves promote math as a fun learning experience.Additional Math Tech ResourcesOther math tech resources provide further ways to enhance math teaching and learning experiences. For example, Sumdog is an adaptive learning tool designed for elementary and middle school students. The game-based learning framework allows students to participate through computers or tablets as well as provide a rewards-based system that encourages students to keep learning.  Teachers can access subscription-based programs on Sumdog’s website.To build on the competitive spirit of many students, VmathLive offers online mathematics competitions for elementary and middle school students. Pricing is based on students or a class of up to 25 students.While you may already use YouTube as a source for so many things, the platform has also focused on online learning courses, including those related to numerous math concepts. YouTube channels include Khan Academy, Mathademics, and Numberphile.  Of course, math teachers can also make and upload their own YouTube videos to help their students.Tips For Engaging Students in MathematicsTo make the most of these virtual math resources, it’s essential that teachers understand how to use them strategically, aligning the resources with curriculum standards and goals related to student learning goals. This may require further education for teachers, including an online master’s in mathematics education, which provides a deeper understanding and application of how to apply math learning initiatives and technology resources to engage students in their mathematics lessons. Tags:#education#educational helps#math resources#Students#teaching Brad is the editor overseeing contributed content at ReadWrite.com. He previously worked as an editor at PayPal and Crunchbase. You can reach him at brad at readwrite.com. Related Posts New Wave of Online Education: Helping Quiet Chi… Learn IoT from Company Leaders 6 Creativity-Boosting Activities You Can Do at … Brad AndersonEditor In Chief at ReadWritelast_img read more