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If you accelerate your degree program, you’ll pay less for your degree. Thus, Hicks said, in his mixed-level class, “my algebra students don’t have to wait for my students who are at a third-grade ability.” Khan’s “dashboard” shows each student’s progress, level, struggles and effort. “When I complete it, it makes me feel smart,” 49ers eighth-grader Fernando Ibarra said. This method made the students as an active learner and not as a passive learner. For example, providing ten minutes of knowledge on the nervous system with a PowerPoint presentation and then having 15 minutes of basketball would be the way to get the better grades.

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