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MathMeeting is “On The Rise” this month

By Christine Wang and Devon Storbeck

YouTube Partner Support

Congratulations to Chris Seber of MathMeeting, our featured On The Rise partner this July. You’ll see his channel and videos in the spotlight on the On The Rise homepage and the YouTube Spotlight channel today.

School is out for many of us in July, but that doesn’t mean you can’t brush up on the basics. With just under 200 videos on his mathematics-focused channel, Chris may just be the man to help. He’s run this YouTube channel since December 2010, posting tutorials to help mathematicians at every level expand their skill set. Whether you want a refresher on how to multiply fractions or factor trinomials, Chris has videos that can walk you through each step. He might even be able to help you solve that Rubik’s cube you’ve been working on. Math students and teachers alike will appreciate the clear visuals and steady pace that Chris has developed in these videos.

Here are a few words directly from Chris:

My passion is to help as many students AND teachers as possible in the subject of mathematics. I do this by making free videos here on YouTube ranging from basic level math through upper level calculus. I do not expect everybody to fall in love with mathematics, but I wholeheartedly believe that everybody enjoys learning when it is taught in a simple, easy-to-follow manner. My simple approach to teaching has received such positive, uplifting reactions from my audience. Your comments and votes have helped me become featured as an “On The Rise” featured partner for the month of July. This is such a humbling achievement that I am most proud of. I will continue making videos to assist you in your mathematical struggles for as long as possible. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

If you’ve enjoyed this monthly blog series and are interested in learning more or participating, we encourage you to visit our On The Rise homepage. You can check out all of our past featured partners on the Featured Partners tab, or nominate a YouTube partner to be considered for the program on the Nominate tab. Feel free to submit nominations for your own channel, or for channels you follow that you think deserve more attention or could be the next YouTube sensation. We’ll continue to feature promising partners who drive YouTube watch time, have fewer than 100,000 subscribers, and produce engaging content on a regular basis.