Khan Academy Asks Students To Be Their Own Greatest Teachers [Video]

Khan Academy Asks Students To Be Their Own Greatest Teachers [Video]
technology

An entrepreneur is asking whether students should take classes at home, and do their homework at school.

Timothy Ryan, PSFK Labs
  • 12 april 2011

At the Khan Academy in Mountain View, California, learning is flipped: lectures for students take place over the Internet, and the classroom is used for collaborating on homework assignments. What started as a small series of Youtube tutorials has grown to 2,200 videos online, receiving almost 45 million hits.

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