Last Saturday at a science picnic in Warsaw, Polish Academy of Sciences held a workshop about using Khan Academy. ”Khan Academy Angels” who are high school students (in this case from Czacki High School) explain using KA to kids.
Latest snapshot of dubbed and re-done videos, sorted by amount of translated content.
Burmese videos being viewed at a monastic school in Rangoon, Burma.
More images about the Khan Academy Burmese translation project.
Khan Academy was represented by Advocate for Polish Lech Mankiewicz (on extreme left of photograph), at the Science Conference of Polish Children Academy.
This year’s special guest was Arvind Gupta from toysfromtrash.org. Three young lecturers described their experience using Khan Acadamy to a full lecture hall at the Technical University of Gdansk.
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The 2nd Prague Translation Marathon was held on Saturday May 11th by the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics at Charles University in Prague.
More pictures of the event.
The event was sponsored by Microsoft CZ.