MIT Joins Forces with Khan Academy to Produce Videos for Young Students

MIT's seminal OpenCourseWare and MITx have brought free, high-quality educational content to anyone who wants it. Now MIT is turning its attention to younger students with the newly announced MIT+K12, developed with the Khan Academy. With this venture, MIT students will develop videos on science and engineering topics aimed at younger students.Some of the videos will also be featured on the Khan Academy. Read about this new collaboration in the press release below.

MIT has launched an initiative encouraging its students to produce short videos teaching basic concepts in science and engineering.The videos — aimed at younger students, in grades from kindergarten through high school — will be accessible through a dedicated MIT website and YouTube channel. A subset of the videos will also be available on Khan Academy.

Read more at: web.mit.edu

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