Em um ambiente ideal de aprendizagem da Khan Academy, os alunos não estão todos trabalhando silenciosamente em laptops. Em vez disso, a sala de aula é dinâmica, divertida e cheia de interação social! Alguns alunos podem participar de um seminário com o professor enquanto outro grupo trabalha em um projeto, outros fazem o papel de tutores de seus colegas e outros trabalham sozinhos. Check out the classroom strategies below to get ideas for what might work for your students.

Students work at their own pace (1:1 devices or station rotation)

If students have 1:1 devices or are in a computer lab, they can all work on KA at their own pace!
If you are limited by devices, create stations that students can rotate through. We recommend at least 30 min in each station so that students have ample time to actually practice problems and watch videos. Na estação da Khan Academy, os alunos podem trabalhar em suas missões correspondentes, habilidades alinhadas às aulas ou em uma combinação de ambas! Durante as rotações, veja como seus alunos progridem e intervenha conforme necessário. Se não conseguir ajudar os alunos enquanto eles usam a Khan Academy, incentivar a tutoria entre colegas é uma maneira de conseguir que eles se ajudem enquanto aprendem.
Some teachers have used the students’ mission completion percentages as an input to their final grade, and have seen that work well as a motivation factor.

One-on-one intervention

Identifique uma habilidade na qual um aluno está enfrentando dificuldades. Veja o histórico de problemas do aluno para diagnosticar erros ou conceitos mal formados e incentive o aluno a descobrir a resposta.
Go to the Student Progress report and use student's individual report to review goals, discuss how the student has spent their time on Khan Academy, or talk about other relevant topics.

Peer tutoring

Use the Skill Progress reports to pair a student who is struggling with a particular skill with a student who has mastered it.
Create a poster with two columns - "I need help with…" and "I can help with…" - or designate an area on your whiteboard for this purpose. Students can use these lists to request and offer help.

Small-group intervention

Use the Skill Progress report to figure out which students need a seminar to reinforce a certain concept.
Create groups based on skill level and allow students within each group to work together on the concepts with which they are struggling.
Create mixed-ability groups. Give each group one "expert" who can guide their peers in learning specific concepts.

Projects

Using coach reports, create groups based on skill level and have each group work on a different project.
When students finish a set of Khan Academy skills, have them start a related project. You can prepare several projects ahead of time and have students complete them when ready.

Homework

Students can move through their subject-level mission at their own pace when they practice outside of the classroom.
If you're interested in blended learning to help personalize your students' education, check out Using technology in the classroom!