Khan Academy now features a free online resource exploring the academic concepts behind Pixar Animation Studios' creative process
Khan Academy and Pixar have launched Pixar in a Box, a new course meant to teach kids the practical uses for all the stuff they’re learning in school and the basics of working on creative projects. Read more...
Pixar Animation Studios has set the bar for storytelling and quality 3D animation since it produced Toy Story for Disney in 1995. Instead of resting on their laurels after producing the first full-length […]
Khan Academy is launching a program that takes students into the processes behind the creation of Pixar’s films. Called Pixar in a Box, the free program shows students how the academic concepts you learn in school play a huge role in...Show More Summary
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Google has partnered with NASA, National Geographic, Khan Academy and other major organizations to teach kids science over the summer. It’s called Camp Google and the first week takes kids underwater. Read more...
Camp Google will offer interactive livestreaming events, activities, and more to encourage discovery and exploration about space, the ocean, nature, and music.
Sal Khan and his Khan Academy, already a disruptive force (not to mention hero of my school-age kids) in their wildly-successful efforts to bring open-source learning to students worldwide, and Hyatt, the longstanding and rapidly expanding group of hospitality industry brands, today announced a multi-year partnership to bring global learning [...]
Technology is transforming America’s classrooms From online learning resources like Khan Academy to Teach to One – which creates customized lessons for each student based on progress from the previous day – new digital instructional tools allow teachers to tailor learning to students' needs, skills, and interests. Show More Summary
SAT prep: In the June 2 California section, an article about new online tutorials for SAT preparation misspelled the last name of Khan Academy founder Salman Khan as Kahn.
Khan Academy, in partnership with the College Board, has developed diagnostic quizzes and interactive practice tests that will be accessible to anyone with Internet access.
The revised version of the SAT college entrance exam won't be offered until March but students can start preparing for it Tuesday with a new, free online study program affiliated with the test.
The College Board and Khan Academy unveiled a new set of tools Tuesday designed to make it easier for kids to study for the new SAT. The resources include four full-length practice tests, thousands of practice questions, interactiveShow More Summary
It’s a radically democratic reboot of the test-prep industry, which up until now reserved its advantages for people who could afford their pricey tutorials. The post Can Khan Academy’s Free SAT Prep Level the Playing Field? appeared first on WIRED.
SQL, the popular programming language used to manage data in a relational database, is used in a ton of apps. Khan Academy’s introductory course to SQL will get you started writing SQL in an interactive editor. Read more...
Khan Academy is changing how kids (and even adults!) are learning across the globe. With over 2,400 courses from arithmetic to physics and 100,000+ exercises, millions of people across the globe are learning from the world's top experts...Show More Summary
The term "digital divide" was used in the United States as early as 1995, long before YouTube or Twitter, before the rise of Khan Academy or online job applications. Twenty years later, the digital divide still exists, and it has never been more costly. Show More Summary
Debug is a casual, conversational interview show featuring the best developers in the business about the amazing apps they make and why and how they make them. On this episode Andy Matuschak, creator of the Sparkle update framework for...Show More Summary