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Where are Partner Content and Teacher / Coach Resources currently located?

We've had feedback that some subjects are hard to find with the search function and do not figure on the subject list. This relates particularly to the Partner content, but also the Coach and Parent material. There's still a list of all the Partner content on Khan Academy. Here's a list of some often sought for pages and where to find them. Please bookmark if you wish to return often!

Instructions for supporting students on Khan Academy

Teachers and Coaches KA educator (Link at the bottom of every Khan Academy page)

- see also Partner content, Education

Parents KA educator: For parents and mentors

 

Partner content

Education

Silicon Schools Fund and the Clayton Christensen Instituteon blended learning

Museums

Art museums

Asian Art Museum

The British Museum

The J. Paul Getty Museum

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)

The Tate Museum

Science museums

American Museum of Natural History, on dinosaurs, the universe, human evolution, earthquakes and volcanos

California Academy of Sciences, on biodiversity

Exploratorium on exploring sound, light and color, chemistry and electromagnetism

 

Other institutions

Computer Science

code.org, on how the Internet works

Dartmouth College, on computer algorithms

Pixar in a Box, on the computer science behind the scenes

- see also Science, NOVA Labs

History and Government

The Aspen Institute, on the founding of the USA and government

Big History Project

Crash Course: World History

23 and me: Human History

Medicine

The Brookings Institution, on health care in the USA

Stanford School of Medicine, on tuberculosis, influenza, growth and metabolism, asthma, breastfeeding 

Music

All-Star Orchestra

Philosophy

Wireless Philosophy

Science

Breakthrough Junior Challenge, best user videos from 2015 Junior Challenge in math, life sciences and physics

Crash Course: Biology and Ecology 

Crash Course: Chemistry

LeBron Asks, math and science

MIT + K12, physics, natural science, materials and measurements

NASA

NOVA Labs, evolution, cybersecurity, RNA, the sun and solar storms, energy, clouds

San Francisco 49ers, on physics of ball games

 

We hope this helps!

 

Original August 17th 2016

Last updated Nov.  25th 2016

 

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