Khan Academy Has Inspired Imitations Across Disciplines. MEDKSL is the Latest.

Edsurge

If imitation is the highest form of flattery, Salman Khan should feel honored. Since he introduced Khan Academy in 2006, the free, open-access education platform has inspired several knock-offs focused on specific disciplines. The latest, MEDSKL , aims to provide comprehensive medical content for use inside and outside the classroom. Our goal was to create digital content that appeals to various learning styles—text-based, auditory, and visual,” Sharma explains.

Finding Content for Reteaching, Blending, and Flipping

EdTechSandyK

Online content means you can learn anywhere, with anyone! First, don''t forget that some of the best experts on your content reside in your own classroom. Any educator knows that deep learning of content really happens when you have to break it apart and teach it to others.

Three tools for “in-text” video analysis and why it matters

NeverEndingSearch

For many of us, the go-to platform for learning and sharing is video. We learn from TED Talks, the Khan Academy, as well as the growing number of videos we ourselves create for flipped. To learn about the art of propaganda and selling.

The Benefits of Video in the Digital Classroom

ViewSonic Education

Digital-based learning benefits students. Blended learning and flipped classrooms. When teachers leverage technology, learning outcomes improve. From virtual labs and games to digital textbooks and online curriculum, digital classrooms rely on video.

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Video Assignments Are the New Term Paper. How Does That Change Teaching and Learning?

Edsurge

Unsurprisingly, we increasingly learn from digital video. The realm of informal learning is well represented on YouTube—from DIY instruction to guerrilla recordings of public speakers. And new kinds of educational institutions have emerged, like the nonprofit Khan Academy , with its thousands of free educational videos on a wide range of subjects. Education Technology Teaching & Learning Higher Education

How teachers can go blended (when they’re the only one)

The Christensen Institute

About the author: Casey Lynch is a K-12 education research intern with the Christensen Institute focused on interviewing and profiling schools in the Blended Learning Universe Directory, and a rising 8th grade English teacher in The School District of Philadelphia. Many teachers interested in implementing blended learning may be deterred by challenges in their school contexts. So how might a teacher blend their classroom without the support of a school- or district-wide initiative?

10 Sites for Online/Educational Tutorials

Technology Tidbits

Online Tutorials or walk-throughs are great for self paced learning. People have been using Google and YouTube to learn how to do things all the time. However, there are also sites specifically dedicated to Online Learning and helping people learn all kinds of subjects. This is also a nice place to find other educational resources, professional development, and tips on how to integrate technology into the classroom.

The Professor Who Quit His Tenured Job to Make Podcasts and Lecture Videos

Edsurge

That’s one question we had for Kevin deLaplante, who did just that when he left Iowa State University in 2015 to focus on running his Argument Ninja Podcast and teaching courses on his online Critical Thinker Academy , both aimed at bringing concepts from his scholarship to a popular audience. So we also asked deLaplante what he thinks about the broader landscape of online education that he’s part of. EdSurge: What got you started making online courses on your own?

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What the flip?

Learning with 'e's

Everywhere I look I'm seeing 'Flip teaching' or 'Flipped classroom'. There's a lot of hype about this 'flipping' idea and it's getting me flipping irritated. What does flipping actually involve? An article entitled 'University just flipped'.

Top Ed-Tech Trends: A Review

Hack Education

But I’ve purposefully called this series “trends” because I like to imagine it helps defang some of the bulleted list of crap that other publications churn out, claiming that this or that product is going to “change everything” about how we teach and learn. School and “Skills” MOOCS, Outsourcing, and Online Education. Learning to Code. The Flipped Classroom. Education Data and Learning Analytics. Khan Academy.

The Stories We've Been Told (in 2017) about Education Technology

Hack Education

This series is meant to serve in-depth exploration of the events of the past year and an analysis of how these events shape the way in which we imagine and prepare for the future of teaching and learning. School and “Skills” MOOCS, Outsourcing, and Online Education. Learning to Code. The Flipped Classroom. Education Data and Learning Analytics. Khan Academy. Online Learning. Mobile Learning.

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