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Teachers say Khan Academy helps students learn too fast

Heard of Khan Academy? Some teachers say it helps students learn too fast, and they want to hold them back more. Seriously. I'm not making this up. Read this:

Quote:Even if Khan is truly liberating students to advance at their own pace, it’s not clear that the schools will be able to cope. The very concept of grade levels implies groups of students moving along together at an even pace. So what happens when, using Khan Academy, you wind up with a kid in fifth grade who has mastered high school trigonometry and physics—but is still functioning like a regular 10-year-old when it comes to writing, history, and social studies? Khan’s programmer, Ben Kamens, has heard from teachers who’ve seen Khan Academy presentations and loved the idea but wondered whether they could modify it “to stop students from becoming this advanced.”

More here: http://www.wired.com/magazine/2011/07/ff_khan/all/1

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I lol'd

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Lol they mad

Srsly though I've used khan academy to learn me some trigonometry. If I were him I would laugh hysterically in front of a camera for 5 minutes then post the video on YouTube as video response to this bullshit.
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I never new of Khan Acad. before this thread. Seems pretty interesting.

Teachers are fucking retarded. "Learning too fast." Hmm well....you guys overload us with work and we learn nothing.

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Wow.... you see... schools are awesome because they force everyone into the same sized shoe! Advancing ahead??? BAH to that! Kids need to stay at the same pace with all subjects otherwise learning isn't good!

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Goddammit Einstein was right.
Stupidity truly has no handicaps.

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That economics section on Khan Academy looks really interesting.

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I think I know how I'm gonna learn in highschool now...


I'll know geomeotry before I start geometry class now. I LIEK LEARNING FAST.



Stopping advanced learned stops smartness.
Why do they complain anyways? Shouldn't this give the teachers less people trouble?

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flann Wrote:I think I know how I'm gonna learn in highschool now...


I'll know geomeotry before I start geometry class now. I LIEK LEARNING FAST.



Stopping advanced learned stops smartness.
Why do they complain anyways? Shouldn't this give the teachers less people trouble?

Because teachers hate it when kids call them out on mistakes.

"Ask them no more questions, never hear them lying"

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Phrozen_Soul Wrote:
flann Wrote:I think I know how I'm gonna learn in highschool now...


I'll know geomeotry before I start geometry class now. I LIEK LEARNING FAST.



Stopping advanced learned stops smartness.
Why do they complain anyways? Shouldn't this give the teachers less people trouble?

Because teachers hate it when kids call them out on mistakes.

I'm antisocial enough I won't even ask questions if I have one...
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flann Wrote:I'm antisocial enough I won't even ask questions if I have one...
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I don't know. Back when we were nomadic barbarians elders were highly respected because of their wisdom and experience. Today... I just don't know.

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I don't know. Back when we were nomadic barbarians elders were highly respected because of their wisdom and experience. Today... I just don't know.
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Perfect. The great example of killing current system advocates' credibility. It's about time. Thanks for this news.

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OH NO! Something that enables people much faster and better than school technically renders us obsolete! This is terrible!
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Khan is teh shit. I used it over the summer, and it was fucking awesome.

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Wow. It's becoming pretty blatant that they want to dumb as down.
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This reminds me of a post in a german newspaper.
Following is the summed up information I remember: A preschool teachress was so good that all the small children passed right onto "Gymnasim" (still the "highest" possible school in germany ). The ministery though something there must be wrong and she must manipulate something so that all could pass - they came to observe and just noticed she's a damn good teachress. However, she got forced to make all the test as hard as possible so pupils get worse and cannot attend to the Gymnasium and to sink the standards that where to high for all other teachers to hold up to it. Yes, instead of actually LEARNING FROM A DAMN TEACHRESS THAT TEACHERS INTERESSTING FOR ALMOST EVERYBODY, THEY FORCED THAT TEACHRESS SO BE "A BAD TEACHER". Sorry for the eye-cancer, but it really annoys me when I come to think of it.

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Quote: So what happens when, using Khan Academy, you wind up with a kid in fifth grade who has mastered high school trigonometry and physics—but is still functioning like a regular 10-year-old when it comes to writing, history, and social studies? [/b]
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1.Make a history/writing site
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If a 5th grade kid learns high school trigonometry and physics, that is amazing, he is probably interested in these subjects, the other subjects can wait, he'll learn them with time.

Screw those teachers, they're just trying to cover up their arses for being too slow.

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So, school makes learning slow and boring, and Khan makes learning more fun and fast, and people out there say that children are learning "too" fast? ROFL

Gotta love teachers and other type of people like this.

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When I was in 4th grade, they sent the advanced kids off to play games for part of the day. You know, to try to hold them back, so they wouldn't be so freaking advanced next year. But it didn't work, most of the same kids were in the advanced classes in 5th grade also, and then they actually let us do advanced work.

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I just lost all faith in all teachers everywhere. They cannot be saved.

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(07-27-2011 05:23 PM)Efs Wrote:  I never new of Khan Acad. before this thread. Seems pretty interesting.

Teachers are fucking retarded. "Learning too fast." Hmm well....you guys overload us with work and we learn nothing.

This so fucking hard.

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It's even more proof that school is a conspiracy.

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I like bringing threads back from the dead.

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if it's a conspiracy it's a bizarre one considering most of my teachers in hs were huge advocates of using khan academy as a supplement...
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