I made YouTube tutorials over topics in Algebra 1. I use this for a flipped classroom and also for students to be able to practice at home so they can practice the skills we are learning in class. This way they do not have to just come in to tutorials and can do it at home or on the road. Videos have a lot of "Dora the Explorer" type teaching where they can pause video and try the problem then come back and I do it with them. They get immediate feedback so they know if they know if they did it correctly and can practice. A HUGE help for notes for special education students as well. This also helps teachers see different ways of teaching concepts as well to reach all students.