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Transcript of Khan Academy

Mission

by; Mehdia.Lodhi
ETEC 522
(For David Vogt )

 Pain Point
There is a worldwide hunger for quality online instruction in primary and secondary mathematics. Thus, school administrators, educational leaders and teachers are ambitious to find different products which can be both cost effective and beneficial in student learning.
About Khan Academy
Khan Academy is a non profit organization created in 2006 by Salman Khan, who decided to turn his hobby into a full-time job.
In 2009, Khan Academy got a small donation from Ann Doerr, wife of Silicon Valley investor John Doerr.
It is a fairly small organization with about 60 employees working full time.
Over 10 million students per month use Khan Academy.
Students are completing 4 million practice problems on Khan Academy website each day.
Its contents are watched in , 30,000 classrooms
Teachers can use Khan Academy software to track student progress.
Lesson are taught in 23 languages.
offline versions of the videos to rural areas in Asia, Latin America, and Africa.
By 2015,Khan Academy will provide free SAT test preparation materials.
Analyst Report
Technical Format
 Solution:Case 1

3. A flipped classroom model—teachers can assign videos on new concepts for students to watch at home and then use class time to extend the video lectures through discussion and interactive activities. This helps in checking for understanding and addressing student questions. In this model, videos are used to teach new content in place of teacher presentations.

4. A primary instructional resource: Khan Academy videos and problems can be used as the primary learning resource both in class and at home. These videos can be used to present new content and problems to provide further practice to the students.



Differentiation:
How teachers can use Khan Academy in the classes ?


Differentiation:
How teachers can use Khan Academy for in class ?
The Return
Conclusion
School administrators Alyssa Gallagher and Jeff Baier of the Los Altos, California, school district are testing out Khan Academy software in their classrooms.
Marketing
: Google supports Khan Academy


Eric Schmidt, the chairman of Google, explains why he's backing the work of Sal Khan and Khan Academy.


The mission of Khan Academy is to deliver a world-class free education to anyone, anywhere and at any time across the planet.
My Venture:
In my school, there is a strong emphasis on literacy & numeracy and educators constantly look for ways to teach students with 21st century skills. Therefore, I chose Khan Academy for my analyst report as we are considering to seek services from this online educational company.
Solution
As teachers, school leaders, and education policymakers seek to transform classroom teaching and learning in a way that makes them more personalized, engaging, and effective.
Many educators are looking to use technology as the key to bring their visions to fruition.
Moreover, online learning tools are becoming very popular and Khan Academy is amongst the top player in K-12 online learning.
Teachers can use Khan Academy in classrooms in multiple ways, such as;

1. Personalized learning tool—Khan Academy can be used at the beginning or end of class or in after school activities to differentiate instructions.
It enables the students to learn and practice content relevant to their needs and at their own pace, whether they are below, at, or above grade level.
2. A supplemental resource:Teachers can assign a common set of Khan Academy problems related to the curriculum for students to practice in class or at home, and teachers can check students’ completion and comprehension through Khan Academy’s real-time reports. Students can use Khan Academy videos to review content as needed.
 Differentiation: How Teachers can use Khan Academy for in class ?
The Cost

Khan Academy is a non profit organization, therefore it does not require any subscription fees. This feature makes this program very unique and attractive.

Since, it is an online educational program, it just needs a good Internet connection other then the cost of computer hardware.

Competitors:Major players in online education market
According to Forbes, there are several “disruptive” players in the educational market. Following are the major platforms that offer content designed specifically for web-based instruction, but these online programs differ slightly in missions, delivery, and focus.
edX
is a joint venture by MIT and Harvard to offer their courses online to a worldwide audience for free. The courses are not for credit, but the plan is to eventually award certificates of completion to students.
Udacity
is an online education platform. The site currently offers 14 courses focusing on computer science, math, entrepreneurship and more. Over 100,000 students have enrolled on their courses globally.
Coursera
is a free online education platform that features over 200 courses from 33 universities worldwide.
Knewton
is an adaptive learning company that provides personalized web-based instructions on a variety of subjects.
Udemy
is an online learning platform where experts teach courses on a variety of subjects. Some courses are free, while others are fee-based, with prices ranging from $5 to $250.
Khan Academy provides free online education with a wide range of courses.
It is one of the TOP players in K-12 education.
On-line education has become a “COMMODITY”.
According to Sal Khan in 2012, “The numbers get really crazy when you look at the impact per dollar. We have a $7 million operating budget, and we are reaching, over the course of a year, about 10 million students in a meaningful way. If you put any reasonable value on it, say $10 a year–and keep in mind we serve most students better than tutoring–and you are looking at, what, a 1,000% return?”

Why to use Khan Academy
 Khan Academy staff works closely with school administrators, teachers, and students to understand how their content and tools were being used and to determine the enhancements that would make them more useful and easier to implement in classrooms.

 Teachers also had access to Khan Academy’s online teacher resources, including video guides to the website’s features and case studies of different models of use of Khan Academy by teachers around the country.

 KA staff also do field observations on how teachers use their resources, and to solicit concerns and suggestions for refinements.

 Khan Academy also provides professional development across the year for school administrators and for 5 to 6 -grade math teachers.


Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
gave $1.5 million in 2010, but has poured more than $9 million to the organization since then.
The Broad Foundation

which is one of the philanthropist organization gave a grant of $4 million to help the Academy analyze its most effective online lessons.
Google

gave $2 million to the academy in 2010.
O’Sullivan Foundation
in 2011 granted $5 million to Khan, to “accelerate the reinvention of education.
The Skoll Foundation
gave $1.25 million in 2012.
Netflix
gave $3 million.
Intuit
founder Scott Cook gave $1 million.
Khan Academy has also many cooperate backers including Bank of America, Oracle, and tech law firm WSGR.


Marketers That Matter

Differentiation
: What people think about Khan Academy
An online learning that
enables
,
engaging
and
empowers
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this is certainly a vision of Khan Academy that we all can share. It provides an excellent starting point that connects online learning to classroom education.
An interesting story of a young man named Mark Halberstadt. Who had given up on Math and Science. He claims that he was always a "C" student growing up and never had a channel to understand topics that interested him in engineering. He found the Khan Academy in 2007 and started watching videos on Trigonometry, Calculus, and even Arithmetic. He decided to go back to school to get a Bachelors degree in Electrical Engineering. He finished his first year in college with a 4.0 GPA for the entire year, including perfect scores in Calculus and Chemistry.
He says, "coming from a background where my GPA graduating from high school was in the range of 2.0. That never would have happened without the help I got from the Khan Academy." He affirms that Khan Academy, "has helped me immensely. The impact for me in my life...I see it growing exponentially over the next 20 or 30 years."

 Users can create an account on Khan Academy website or can log in to the site via a Google or a Facebook account.

 Material can be accessed through Khan Academy mobile application which can be found free of charge in App Store and Windows Store.

 Camtasia Studio is used for recording screen captures.

 Drawings are made with a Wacom tablet and the free natural drawing application SmoothDraw.

 Dashboard system is used to track students’ performance. It helps the instructors to monitor each students' progress.

 A game like rewards to the interface are used, where students can get points, badges and awards that kids can vie for.

References:

Khan Academy. Retrieved from; https://www.khanacademy.org/

Khan Academy. Retrieved from; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Khan_Academy

Noer, M. (2012). 'One man, one computer, 10 million students: how Khan Academy is reinventing education'. Retrived from; http://www.forbes.com/sites/michaelnoer/2012/11/02/one-man-one-computer-10-million-students-how-khan-academy-is-reinventing-education/

Fehrenbacher, K. (2014). 'How Khan Academy is using design to pave the way for the future of education'. Retrieved from; http://gigaom.com/2014/02/25/how-khan-academy-is-using-design-to-pave-the-way-for-the-future-of-education/

Khan, S. (2011). 'Let's use video to reinvent education'. Retrieved from; http://www.ted.com/talks/salman_khan_let_s_use_video_to_reinvent_education

Williams, T. 'The funders pouring money into the Khan Academy'. Retrieved from; http://www.insidephilanthropy.com/home/2014/6/26/the-funders-pouring-money-into-the-khan-academy.html

'Research on the Use of Khan Academy in Schools.' Retrieved from; http://www.sri.com/sites/default/files/publications/khan-academy-implementation-report-2014-04-15.pdf
Reflection
The analysis of this venture shows many positive findings relevant to educators and education leaders. Khan academy has proved to be the leading digital learning organization in K-12 education.

This academy offers a framework for nontraditional learning by empowering students to learn on their own and become self directed learners.
The use of technology is inevitable; thus such a model can provide best practices for the use of digital technology in classrooms.
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