Tuesday, November 22, 2011
I posted about the Khan Academy back in March, but in the months since then the site has really taken off and gained worldwide notoriety! (No, I’m not implying a causal relationship, just sheer coincidence… ) Take a few minutes to watch and listen to the video above.
The Khan Academy know houses thousands of videos on topics too numerous to mention here in the areas of Math & Science and now Economics, the Humanities and others! There is no sign-up required at all, and all the videos are free-of-charge to use in any classroom.
The Khan Academy resources would be a great way to help you “flip the classroom,” allowing students the opportunity to learn independently and focusing more of your valuable class time on applying their newly-developed knowledge to solving real-world problems, etc.
Learn more and explore topics covered by the Khan Academy
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