Batas waktu: 14 Juni 2013
 Overyone. encouraged for college student, or social workers to apply.
 Training session with Khan Academy during 7 nights. All expenses will be waived.


Khan Academy, in collaboration with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Association of American Medical Colleges, is looking for the next generation of medical educators. New video content will be created for those working in the health fields and those who need to prepare for new foundational concepts on the revised MCAT in 2015, which include human behavior, social sciences, inequality, and diversity.


The competition is open to all college graduates. Health students (e.g. medical, dental, nursing, pharmacy, etc.), graduate students, residents/fellows, and faculty are all welcome to apply! We are also seeking health care professionals (e.g. social workers) who know about human behavior, social sciences, inequality, and diversity.

Each Competition Winners chosen during Phase 1 will get a trip to a training session with direct teaching supervision from Khan Academy. The trip will include (i) return/economy air transportation for winner from the major commercial airport closest to winner’s residence; and (ii) hotel accommodations for winner for at least 7 nights, standard accommodation at a hotel selected by Sponsor. Except as provided in these Rules, each Winner is responsible for all taxes and fees associated with the receipt and/or use of any prize.
In addition, Competition Winners may be given an opportunity to work with Khan Academy on developing pre-health and medical education content.
It is anticipated that Prizes will be distributed within 7 days of the announcement of the winners. Winners may be required to execute a Liability Release and a Publicity Release (collectively, the “Prize Claim Documents”) as a condition to receiving a Prize. If a winner fails or refuses to sign and return all Prize Claim Documents within five days of the Sponsor’s and/or the Administrator’s request (or a shorter time as exigencies may require), the winner may be disqualified and an alternate winner may be selected.

We want passionate and talented educators to submit 3 videos and 10 problem questions on one of the MCAT2015 Foundational Concepts.

Video submissions

  • 3 videos are required (each less than 10 minutes in length)
  • All 3 videos must address different content in any one MCAT2015 Foundational concept

Problem submissions

  • 10 problem questions are required in total
  • Problem questions must address the content covered in the videos

All submissions must include only original content or the author must have permission to use any copyrighted material.

To submit, click here

DEADLINE: June 14, 2013

MORE INFORMATION: For more information click here

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