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Khan Academy

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Transcript of Khan Academy

Khan Academy
"A free world-class education for anyone anywhere"
What is Khan Academy?
Agenda
How innovative is Khan Academy?
Does it/Will it work in our countries?
SWOT Analysis
&
The Future
Anton Shipkov | Cécile Obez | Judith Grob | Rianne de Bakker | Vera Barata
Bulgaria
Creative destruction
What is Khan Academy?
Non-for-profit organization, focused on
YouTube videos

Founded by Educational lessons in
Salman Khan varying subjects

Set up in Sept 2006, Khan's
videos received more than 283m views in the first year
Silicon Valley
Support from Bill Gates and Google, amongst others
Website more elaborate with online classroom,
available coaches, storing of global
classroom data
Gamification
Badges
Lower requirements for admission to higher education
Falls between the continental European tradition
Around 20% of the students speak English
Decline in the quality of higher education and research
How innovative is Khan Academy?
"Solving education's middle-of-the-class mediocrity"?
Successful way of blending technology in the classroom
Casual
One-on-one teaching
Own pace
What do these two kids have in common?
How Khan Academy is changing the rules of education
Flipping the
Classroom
Analytical Adaptability
Dynamic Teaching
Flexible Learning Method
But...
Isn't it dehumanizing the teaching method?
Isn't it "one size fits all", anyway?
Isn't it contributing to a decrease of concentration in class?
There is still a long way to go
Creative destruction
Education is now affordable for everyone
Global classroom
Adaptable to the students' needs
The role of teacher
HDI
Education expenditures

Expected years
of schooling

Mean years of schooling

Portugal
Literacy rate

HDI

Education expenditures
Expected years of schooling

Mean years of schooling

Tele-education from 1965 until 2003
High number of Internet users
Educational gap between private and public schools
Education is still traditional
Turbulent sector

France
The Netherlands
Literacy rate
HDI
Education expenditures
Expected years of
schooling
Mean years of
schooling
99%
5,9 % of GDP
16,9 (in 2012)
0,921
Literacy Level
HDI
Education
expenditures
Expected years of schooling
Mean years of schooling
Literacy rate

SWOT Analysis
Strengths
Accessible from any device with internet
Free high quality service
Several learning methods
Students receive feedback
Work at your own level and pace
Company’s values shared by every employee; one focus
Weaknesses
Learning system not universally approved
Shifting the role of teachers
Small number of employees
Lack of structure which could lead to demotivation of students
Lack of educational continuity
Knowledge map and some practice tools only available for math

Opportunities
Building user-friendly tool; monitoring
Expand the Knowledge Map and practice tools to all subjects
Expand cooperation with schools
Make the website more user friendly for children

Threats
Teachers and parents might be opposed to this type of web-based learning
Resistance towards changing the teaching method
System easily duplicated and formatted
Organisation is dependent on donations

Improvements
Future projects
Thank you for your attention!
Any questions?
Expanding teaching capacities
Crowd-source contributions
Multiply partnerships

Partnership with museums (New York and Los Angeles)
Spanish website launched in September 2013
Strengthen cooperation with Google
’’

Main goal :
‘’Make the amount of time spent learning variable in order for a student to attain a certain level of mastery. The time spent teaching one subject has to be as flexible as possible
99%
0,893
98,4%
0,782
4,7% of GDP
14
10,6
95,4%
0,816
5,8% of GDP
16
7,7
5,9% of GDP
15
10,6
High number of Internet users (83% of the population)
Governmental project to implement more and more numerical educational tools
But only 5% of internet users are following online lectures
Nr of pupils per teacher in elementary schools : 18.4

11,6
High number of internet users (86 %)
Increased popularity of schools with English as a second language
Rise in use of technology in schools
Traditional education; resistance to change
Where can it be successful?
INDIA
LITERACY RATE
74.04%
HDI
0,554
Education expenditures
3.1% of GDP
Expected years of schooling
10.7
Mean years of schooling
4.4
The quality of school education has not improved dramatically
Almost half of the country is below 25 years
125 million English-Speaking
95 percent of all education budgets pay teachers salaries
In 75 percent of schools there is only one teacher for several classes.
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