From Afghanistan to Zimbabwe: Bringing Khan Academy (Lite) Around the World (EdSurge News)

Khan Academy has often been hailed as the world’s teacher. Unfortunately, an estimated 4.5 billion people have no Internet access. So when a former intern at Khan Academy, Jamie Alexandre, created an offline version of the platform, dubbed “KA Lite,” in December 2012, the world took notice.Currently

Source: www.edsurge.com

We sometimes forget how many people do not have Internet access. Here’s an innovative approach to bring the power of Flipped Learning and the Khan Academy to people who may not have Internet services, but can connect to a network where a version of the Khan Academy has been installed.

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