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  • - Hey everyone, this is Jeremy Schifeling with Khan Academy.

  • Super excited to be joining you this evening

  • for our session on "Getting started with Remote Learning".

  • And just to sort of set the tone for the evening,

  • we know that there's some challenging times out there.

  • And we're all struggling to figure out

  • as parents and educators,

  • what can we do to serve our students

  • and our children the best way possible.

  • And so with that in mind,

  • I just wanna give you a sense of

  • who's gonna be sharing their stories with you tonight,

  • and then what you can do next.

  • So joined on the line is Meaghan Pattani,

  • who is Khan Academy's Lead Educator,

  • training teachers all around the country.

  • As you can see,

  • she was an amazing high school biology teacher,

  • high school track and field coach.

  • Then you also have myself, former kindergarten teacher,

  • mostly known for teacher ties

  • and making smoothies for his kids.

  • And that being said,

  • I wanna give you a chance to introduce yourselves.

  • So I wanna start with a couple of quick questions.

  • These are pretty important 'cause I'm gonna use these,

  • that can inform the live demonstration we do

  • in the next few minutes.

  • So go ahead and answer this question.

  • What grade level do you teach?

  • Are they from elementary to high or even beyond?

  • I'll be curious to find out.

  • Again, we'll use that to really personalize

  • the kind of experiences

  • you see on the screen in a few minutes.

  • Okay, we're gonna close this poll in a few minutes,

  • three, two, one, we'll share those results.

  • And it looks like we've got

  • a big chunk of high school teachers here

  • as well as some elementary and middle.

  • So that's fantastic.

  • Thanks for joining.

  • I'm gonna ask you one other question as well,

  • which is, regardless of school level,

  • what subject do you teach?

  • Everything from math, to ELA, let's know more.

  • Thanks so much for participating,

  • go ahead and close this poll, share the results.

  • Sure enough,

  • it looks like we've got a plurality of math teachers,

  • but also some folks from across disciplines,

  • so thanks again for joining.

  • Okay, so that being said,

  • I wanna answer a couple of sort of

  • ground rules for this webinar.

  • For those who are curious,

  • you will absolutely get a recording of this afterwards

  • that you can share with anyone you like,

  • fellow educators, administrators, even parents.

  • And then absolutely,

  • please use the Questions feature at any point.

  • Meaghan gonna respond to your questions

  • right now as you type them in.

  • And then we're gonna take some questions live as well.

  • So please let us know what's on your mind,

  • and we'll respond in real time.

  • Okay that being said,

  • the three big questions that we're gonna address

  • this evening, are as follows.

  • Number one, why do you even wanna use Khan Academy

  • for remote learning in the first place?

  • We'll dive a little bit into the underpinnings of our site.

  • Number two, how can you use Khan Academy

  • to make remote learning as effective as possible?

  • We know you've got this big challenge in front of you,

  • we wanna give you all the tools and resources

  • to be as successful as you can.

  • And third, and finally, what else is on your mind?

  • How can we help, as you sort of face this next step

  • in preparing your students for success.

  • So that being said, I wanna start

  • with this beginning question

  • of why use Khan Academy for remote learning?

  • And the reason I've chosen these images on this screen,

  • which take you back to the very early days of Khan Academy,

  • as Sal Khan himself was building it out a decade ago,

  • is that, even though we often associate

  • Khan Academy with the classroom today,

  • at its very beginning,

  • everything on Khan Academy was remote.

  • Sal was sitting in his closet, as you can see,

  • creating the videos, creating the content,

  • it became the first lessons on Khan Academy.

  • And the result is,

  • because that's always been part of our DNA,

  • even as we move into the classroom,

  • you can be sure of two things.

  • Number one, Khan Academy is for learners

  • who are learning anytime.

  • You don't have to be working at the same time as students,

  • they can respond to the specific skills

  • you want them to practice.

  • They get instant feedback as soon as they do,

  • and you always keep tabs on how your students are doing.

  • And then number two, no matter where you are,

  • no matter where your learners are,

  • Khan Academy can bring you together.

  • Students don't even need a computer,

  • they can now access Khan Academy on smartphones

  • using our app or the mobile website.

  • And in addition,

  • our content is available in over 40 languages.

  • And as a nonprofit,

  • it's all free for you, all free for your students.

  • So that's why Khan Academy

  • is sort of uniquely built for this moment,

  • because this is the moment that we came from.

  • Okay, so now, the most important question.

  • How can you use Khan Academy

  • to drive great remote learning for your students?

  • So to make this really come alive,

  • I'm gonna use some of those recommendations

  • that you just gave,

  • I'm gonna put them to use

  • live on the screen for your benefit.

  • So I'm going to split-screen mode here.

  • And what you see on the right hand side

  • is actually the live Khan Academy site,

  • the same way you see it if you log in at khanacademy.org.

  • So the question that teachers often ask,

  • is how do I even get started?

  • How do I get my students enrolled?

  • So if you wanna do that,

  • all you have to do, is come over here.

  • And a lot of folks said hey, I'm a high school math teacher.

  • So maybe you're teaching algebra,

  • and so you have your classroom.

  • And if you wanna add new students,

  • you have three different options

  • that I've categorized into fastest, oldest and youngest.

  • And to explain what that means,

  • I'm gonna come over here to the Admin section,

  • and then down to Students.

  • And under Students,

  • you're gonna see this link to add new students.

  • And when you do that,

  • you get the exact same option

  • that you see there on the slide.

  • Do you want to use Google Classroom?

  • Do you want students to join with the class link?

  • Or do you wanna actually enroll your students yourself?

  • So the reason I say Google Classroom is the fastest,

  • is that if you already have a Google Classroom account,

  • all you have to do is connect that

  • and then import your students right away.

  • And you're all set and they're there in Khan Academy.

  • So that is definitely the fastest way to get started.

  • But if you don't have Google Classroom,

  • and you do have older students,

  • maybe middle school or high school,

  • you can absolutely have them join themselves really quickly.

  • All you have to do is click that button,

  • students join with the class link and you get a custom code

  • that you can put on your whiteboard,

  • on a screen, on an email,

  • where they can just join

  • and then you log into your classroom right away.

  • And if you actually download the handout

  • that I've included here in the GoToWebinar panel,

  • you can actually get a special handout or slide

  • to give to your students with that information.

  • What it has at the very end, is your unique class code,

  • which identifies your class from every other one

  • on Khan Academy.

  • And then finally, for your very youngest students,

  • for the elementary teachers out there,

  • you can actually create your students accounts

  • on your own, very quickly.

  • All you have to do is type in their names,

  • and then voila!

  • Khan Academy does two things for you,

  • number one is it generates unique username.

  • And number two is generates unique password.

  • And then if you create those accounts,

  • you can actually download all that information

  • and then print it off for your students.

  • Give handouts for your students, have them take it home,

  • and they're ready to go.

  • So those are the three options to get started.

  • From fastest, all the way to oldest and youngest students.

  • So that being said, as a former teacher myself,

  • I can't resist that opportunity

  • to give you a little pop quiz.

  • So, quick question for everyone out there.

  • Where can you find your class code?

  • Is it located under Course mastery,

  • under Assignments, or under Settings?

  • Which of those three areas on your Classroom dashboard

  • are gonna take you to your class code.

  • Thank you everyone for weighing in very quickly here,

  • this is awesome.

  • We got almost 400 folks

  • around the country sharing their feedback.

  • And we'll go ahead and close this poll

  • and share the results.

  • And so you're absolutely right.

  • Settings is where you wanna go

  • and just to recap that,

  • you come back here to your classroom page,

  • you're skipping past Course mastery, past Assignments,

  • and you come to the Admin section.

  • And you can find your class code in your Students area,

  • right over here,

  • or in your Settings field, right over here.

  • That's always where you're gonna find your class code.

  • Okay, so next section.

  • Once your students are enrolled,

  • how do you get them prepared?

  • What we're gonna recommend is,

  • if you have the ability to work with your students now,

  • before school closure events,

  • you're gonna have the best chance

  • to really get students comfortable with the platform,

  • and familiar with the routines associated with it.

  • So we highly recommend

  • that you start by assigning a simple skill to practice.

  • So they understand the basic mechanics of Khan Academy,

  • and they feel confident and in charge

  • when they use it at home.

  • That being said, we really recommend

  • that you add yourself to your own class,

  • so you can try it too.

  • 'Cause is as important as your student's practice.

  • We've seen time and again,

  • the most successful educators with Khan Academy,

  • are the ones who feel confident about it themselves

  • and who include themselves in the experience.

  • So taking this class code for instance,

  • if you wanna add yourself to your class,

  • just to see what students are receiving,

  • the emails that are generated,

  • what an assignment looks like.

  • All you have to do, is come up here to your name,

  • in the top right hand corner.

  • Go to your Learner home,

  • not