Massive Online Learning Challenges

Massive Online Learning Challenges

Presented at SXSWedu 2016. This panel from Code.org and Khan Academy talked about three MOLCs and what we learned from running them.

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Pamela Fox

March 10, 2016
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  6. A grassroots movement fueled by 200 partners, 200,000 teachers, in

    all 196 countries
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  9. What can you learn in an hour?

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  17. 200 million hours served 198,000 organizers

  18. In just 1 week:

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  20. Teacher impact 18% went on to start teaching CS after

    a previous Hour of Code
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  23. Initial signs of LearnStorm impact 6M 92% Of learners felt

    that their math skills improved as a result of participation in LearnStorm 2015 “I set them all to work [on LearnStorm, and] watched in amazement as they dug in and fought their way through new concepts.” --Jenny Ellison, teacher at Phillips Elementary 60+ Median minutes of learning time per student “The three things I like about LearnStorm are: it pushes you to work harder, and second, I am better at math. Finally, I love everything about it.” --LearnStorm Student Total minutes of learning time in one week PRELIMINARY RESULTS
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  25. 57% N/A (4% of all students in entire country are

    participating in LearnStorm) 41% LearnStorm in Low-Income Communities 50% Percent of students from low-income schools (as of 2/15/2016)*: * Defined as schools where 50%+ of students are eligible for the Free or Reduced Lunch program PRELIMINARY RESULTS
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