Algebra All-in-1

This program is based on a single video, 4+ hours in length. It covers the entire subject of Algebra 1.

The video itself is openly accessible, but this program includes both the blank slides and completed, in-color answer key.

   The Yay Math connection

The Yay Math method is based on creating a meaningful human connection with students.

It's truly possible to have a high-quality math learning experience, while also feeling positive the entire time. Take a glimpse of that here:

Online Course Curriculum

"Thank you for continuing to produce videos and resources that are accessible to all. I found your videos my first year teaching. I've been using them ever since - you've been with me throughout my whole teaching journey!"

- Jessica Palo, Middle School Teacher, Somerdale Board of Education

This program is a good fit for you if:

  • You want the optimal learning experience, by having access to both the video AND the supplementary materials.

  • You want the style of teaching to be in overview form, rather than teaching from "square one."

  • You want to prepare yourself or your students for an upcoming final exam.

  • You want to prepare for a standardized test, including the SAT, ACT, and GRE.

  • You want to watch this to gain ideas on teaching it to someone else, whom you care about.

  • You want to boost your Algebra confidence or readiness, possibly before starting Algebra 2 or College Algebra.

This program is not a good fit for you if:

  • You just want to watch the video, and have no additional resources. If so, you can view the video on YouTube here.

  • You want a more traditionally paced Algebra course experience:
    that teaches each concept from beginning-to-end
    that includes ample videos, worksheets, quizzes, tests, keys, and final exams... also fueled by the Yay Math energy

  • If so, Yay Math offers a complete Algebra curriculum for fellow educators and homeschool families here.

  • You wish it was $4.99.

Your Instructor

Robert Ahdoot
Robert Ahdoot

Robert Ahdoot began his teaching journey almost 20 years ago as a classroom math teacher. Throughout that time, his personal mission was to explore every specific way to reach his students. He saw firsthand how learning ignited when he connected to them as people. When in such an elevated space, any prior feelings of shutdown they had experienced vanished. One mental note led to several, which led to a living and growing teacher playbook. Through years of dedication and focus on student connection, his classes became fun, lively, and positive beacons of learning for both him and his students.

Yet within so elevated a space, he and his students felt a restlessness. It was the dawn of the video era, and they knew that what they were stumbling upon something could truly benefit others, if they could only experience it themselves. So out came an impromptu camcorder perched atop a precarious stack of books, and the Yay Math movement was born. is a free online collection of math video lessons, filmed LIVE in Robert's classroom, featuring authentic student interaction, that's both fun and emotionally connective. It has given life to now iconic, full costume math characters, like the "MathemaGyptian" and "MathemaChicken." Since its inception, Yay Math videos are viewed at a staggering 2 million minutes per month.

Yay Math's online proliferation has provided Robert the opportunity to give multiple TEDx talks on conquering math anxiety, keynote at schools and conferences about how to permanently achieve inspired learning, create comprehensive online courses for teachers and homeschool families to use, and pen his debut book, One-on-One 101: The Art of Inspired and Effective Individual Instruction. It's the complete guide to connecting to students through learning, and it has been adopted by multiple school administrations as a blueprint for cultivating transcendent student-teacher learning relationships.

Robert and his family recently relocated from California to Oregon.

Frequently Asked Questions

Hey Robert, why did you make this?
When I asked the Yay Math community what they hope to gain from an all-in-1 Algebra program such as this, the responses below will tell you everything. There is a real need, and this program addresses it. Thank you to my fellow Yay Mathers, for both your candor and your eloquence. I've read these repeatedly.

How long do I have access to the program?
You have lifetime access. Even years from now, or when the price increases.
What's the refund policy?
The value-added component for Algebra All-in-1 are the blank slides, and the completed answer key. Since the video itself is openly accessible, and given how nominal the cost is, there is no refund for this program.
Who is this for?
Inspired math learning is sought by all. Here are the interactive responses from this program's waiting list. Hover over the chart to see who Yay Math serves. Tremendous.

What's the story with the studio you're in?
Over the past few years, I’ve teamed up with Carnegie Learning to develop a revolutionary middle school math curricular program, called MATHstream. It’s being offered at both the school- and district-levels. They’ve built out an entire studio here in Portland, and hired a professional crew, just for us to create together. I asked if I could film this Algebra All-in-1 video during down time, and they graciously agreed.

The result is a visual space that’s stunning. The lightbulb mural artwork was locally created. The Persian run beneath me was at my request. And the BOARD, oh my. It’s called an “infinite board”, meaning I can zoom in/out and go in every direction to my heart’s content while teaching. Along with all the color I splash in, it creates a smoothly flowing learning experience that once you see, you'll understand right away.
I have another question. May I reach out?
Of course. Yay Math is a family. Please reach out and connect, robert "at" yaymath "dot" org.

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- Joie T., homeschooling parent

"Keep up the great work! You have a true gift for engaging learners. I realize attention spans are quick now, but I don't think any of your lessons drag on. I have found students to be very entertained while understanding difficult material."

- Rebecca Frohs, School Counselor at Highland Oaks

Let's make math education inspirational, and fun.