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Machines Can Learn – But They Need Our Help!

Can a piece of paper be intelligent?  Answer this question as part of a larger discussion around intelligence, then play the role of a computer to understand how a machine learns.  Learn more specific subsets of machine learning by comparing them to how students learn in the classroom, and take away activities to share these concepts with your students.

What previous attendees have said about this webinar:

“This content was amazing. I saw some things that I already use in my class and was glad to see how I can modify these activities or ask better questions to students.”

“I loved the definition of supervised and unsupervised learning. This could be used as an activity to help students understand examples and nonexamples of various living things in science.”

By the end of the online webinar, you will have: 
  • An understanding of machine learning

  • Activities & resources to implement immediately to frame authentic learning for your students

  • An extensive toolkit of resources 

  • A graphic organizer to capture your thoughts and learning

Machine Learning in Education


Machine Learning



Additional Resources:

Submitted by Ting Li
Designed for Grades 9 - 12

Lesson Plan: AI and Foundations of Technology

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