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Khan Academy Launches Pixar in a Box!

on August 28, 2015

This is really cool! And I’d like to point out that education doesn’t have to be abstract. It can actually be relatable all the time! Kids don’t have to lose interest in school!

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pixarKhan Academy launches Pixar in a Box, a behind-the-scenes look at Pixar Animation Studios’ creative process

“Free online curriculum shows how Pixar filmmakers use science, technology, engineering, art and math to create movie magic”

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. – Today, Pixar in a Box – a new online resource that explores the academic concepts behind Pixar Animation Studios’ creative process – goes live on KhanAcademy.org. Through a series of video lessons, interactive exercises, and hands-on activities, students will discover how the academic concepts they learn in school enable Pixar filmmakers to create new worlds, animate unique characters and tell stories through animation. Although designed especially for students in middle and high school, these resources are available to learners of all ages, completely free of charge.

“Our mission at Khan Academy is a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere,” said Sal Khan, Founder and CEO of the not-for-profit Khan Academy. “Sparking student…

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One response to “Khan Academy Launches Pixar in a Box!

  1. Thanks for sharing. We love Disney and Khan Academy so I can’t wait to share when my kids wake up. Oh, and awesome point kids definitely don’t have to lose interest in educational pursuits as they get older.

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