Please visit VideoText Interactive's website here:
P.O. Box 19761
Indianapolis, Indiana 46219
Co-founded in 1995 by VideoText author, Thomas E. Clark,
and his brother, Steve Clark, VideoText Interactive
is backed with 9 years of experience in helping students
and parents with upper level math instruction.
VideoText Interactive provides a complete, easy-to-understand
Algebra program on video along with great customer
support - a combination that can't be beat! Through
our commitment, experience, and expertise, VideoText
Interactive has established a business relationship
with our customers that will last a lifetime!
is an innovative company that is blazing new trails
in math education. Our newest program, "Algebra:
A Complete Course," is a video-based interactive
new way to learn Algebra from start to finish, and
students love it!
VideoText Interactive's "Algebra: A Complete
Course" is a complete, easy-to-understand Algebra
course on videocassette! You get Video Lesson Tapes, Course
Notes, WorkText, Solutions Manuals, Progress Tests,
and Unlimited Toll-Free Telephone Support, ALL INCLUDED FOR
ONE LOW PRICE!
Its main components are videos and a WorkText, but
unlike books that just have a video supplement, in
this case the videos ARE the textbook! With 176 lessons
of animated video instruction, the student will actually
enjoy watching the textbook concepts develop right
on the screen.
And that's not all!
A Complete Course," you receive more than just
the videos! Also included are Course Notes, WorkText,
Solutions Manuals, Progress Tests, & an Instructor's
Guide with Detailed Solutions to all Quiz and Test
Algebra – Now Available On DVD!
We are pleased to announce that our award winning Algebra
program is now available on
! The DVD discs include all of the original video lessons
plus quick and easy-to-use menus that make moving from
lesson to lesson a snap!
As of June 8, 2004 , our goal is to have Module A of
the Geometry course available in May of 2005. Our plan
is to produce the remaining 5 modules over the course
of the following 12 months.
The course will have over
150 lessons and will be very similar in format to the
current Algebra course. The course will be available
on DVD discs and VHS tape