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    (Our Videos are Best Viewed in 720p HD) * Please Like, Subscribe and Share. Thank you! Khan Academy is a 501(3)(c) non-profit with the mission of providing a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere. All resources are available at no cost. 26 million registered students. http://khanacademy.com/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Khan_Academy How to Create a Coinbase BitCoin wallet: http://btc-bitcoinwallet.blogspot.com/ VeriCoin Website: http://VeriCoin.info VeriBit: Use Vericoin Wherever Bitcoin Is Accepted https://www.vericoin.info/veribit.html VeriCoin Forums: https://VeriCoinForums.com VeriCoin YouTube: https://youtube.com/user/vericoinchannel

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    • decay rate


      from Martin Great Added 2 0 0

      This is a Khan Academy style video, explaining the concept of nuclear decay rate

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        from Kavin Pawittranon Added 23 0 0

        Not even Shaft could stop him.

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        • A Message to Parents on Paying for College


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          "How do I find the best school at the lowest cost?" "How much debt should my kid take on?" "At such a high price, is college even worth it?" Beth answers six urgent questions to ease angst for parents of high school students. Video courtesy of Khan Academy's College Admissions resource, a special project initiated by the White House Call to Action on College Opportunity.

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          • Paying Back Your Student Loans


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            "I just graduated—how do I tackle all this debt?" Beth walks students through the various repayment options to find the best way to pay off those federal loans. Video courtesy of Khan Academy's College Admissions resource, a special project initiated by the White House Call to Action on College Opportunity.

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            • Jeff Lisciandrello Khan Academy Report


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              This summer, thanks to a stipend from the Parents Association, fifth grade teacher Jeff Lisciandrello studied instructional technology through the New York Institute of Technology. Watch to learn how Mr. Lisciandrello is utilizing e-learning tool Khan Academy to transform the way Middle School boys learn math.

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              • Bank of America "Chalkboard"


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                ODD teamed with Team BAC to create this piece for Bank of America which was displayed on a billboard in Times Square in New York City. Agency: Team BAC Producer: Kristen Ettinger Rohloff Creative Director / Art Director: Virginia Sin Creative Director / Copywriter: Jonathan Granof Animation: ODD NY Director / Creative Director: Gary Breslin Head of Production / Producer: Matthew Turke Music: Jay Israelson

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                • Programming Project-Poppy's Animation


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                  A video on my animation created in Khan Academy for my final project.

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                  • Khan Academy TV Advertisement


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                    An advertisement for Khan Academy for a campaign project in my marketing class, Principles of Advertising. (not affiliated with Khan Academy - this is a school project)

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                    • Business Technology Whiteboard- Gamification Badges


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                      Business Technology Whiteboard, Episode 1. This episode explores the importance of badges in gamification as well as the best and worst implementations. Plus, find the right gamification platform that fits the needs of your work: http://techadv.co/RROkPr Transcript: This video is about how to use badges effectively in your business, specifically to motivate your employees. In the gamification community badges often get a bad wrap. They’re often used superficially along with points and leaderboards. What the truth about badges is they actually can be used to great effect. If we study the Boy Scouts or even the army. Both of these organizations use badges to get people to take incredible action. One of the companies that is using badges well online is Khan Academy. It’s one of the most innovative companies to come along in the past 10 years in the education community. They have an entire page of badges students can learn from completing courses. There’s even third party videos where you can learn how to get difficult badges. Another example is codecadmey. This is where students come to learn to code different computer lessons. So once you complete your PHP course, you’ll get a badge that signifies you’re a master in the PHP community. The thing to learn from Khan Academy and Codecadmey is that these organizations use badges to represent something meaningful. They aren’t giving out badges for employee of the month or most enthusiastic employee. They’re giving out badges that represent meaningful work that in some cases has taken months or even years to complete. Work that improves employees as well as the business and that’s where you can get value out of badges. Look for that space where employees need to complete actions that benefit your business that also benefits them. Don’t just put your business first, you have to think about your users otherwise you’re going to give out badges for very very superficial things and they aren’t going to have a great effect.

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