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John Evans

MIT Joins Forces with Khan Academy to Produce Videos for Young Students | MindShift - 2 views

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    "MIT Joins Forces with Khan Academy to Produce Videos for Young Students"
John Evans

Khan Academy Enters Next Era With iPad App | Fast Company - 7 views

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    "Khan Academy, the wildly popular Youtube lecture series, is slated to launch its iPad app any minute now in Apple's store. The enhanced version of Khan Academy will include time-syncing between devices--no Internet connection required, an interactive transcript of the lectures for easy searching, and a handy scrubber for moving between parts of the lectures. Perhaps more importantly, now that more schools have begun adopting Khan's lectures for their own classrooms, the free iPad app could possibly replace or supplement textbooks, saving cash-strapped schools and students a lot of money."
John Evans

What's Blended Learning? Ask Salman Khan | MindShift - 1 views

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    "What's Blended Learning? Ask Salman Khan"
John Evans

The Khan Academy Opens Its Virtual Doors - Carefully | MindShift - 5 views

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    "The Khan Academy Opens Its Virtual Doors - Carefully"
John Evans

Khan Academy iPad app screenshots show progress | TUAW - The Unofficial Apple Weblog - 2 views

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    "he Khan Academy is an online non-profit organization whose goal is to provide a "free world-class education to anyone anywhere." Think of it as TED for everyone, except Khan's videos, resources, and lesson plans can actually help you be one of the TED speakers one day. Currently the Khan Academy is only accessible through a browser, but, John Resig, Dean of Open Source and head of JavaScript development at the non-profit, has shown off a few alpha screenshots of the upcoming Khan Academy iPad app, and it looks awesome"
Phil Taylor

College 2.0: A Self-Appointed Teacher Runs a One-Man 'Academy' on YouTube - Technology ... - 0 views

  • But to Mr. Khan, occasional mistakes are part of his method. By watching him stumble through a problem, students see the process better, he argues. Sometimes they correct him in comments on his YouTube videos, and he says this makes students more engaged with the material.
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