The Future is Here: Combining Human and Artificial Intelligence To Help Emergent Bilinguals Learn English
With the constant evolution of technology, we now have better opportunities to make education equitable for every student. Advancements in artificial intelligence (AI) are often talked about, but what they can do in the classroom is still a new concept for many.
Watch this webinar with Lexia educational expert Maya Goodall as she pulls back the curtain on artificial intelligence in the English language acquisition classroom. Today, AI can be leveraged to differentiate instruction based on individual student progress as well as improve how we look at and use student data. It’s even used to allow accents with speech recognition tools, letting teachers (the human intelligence factor) focus on helping students with grammar and vocabulary.
Maya dives into the “equity equation” and explain how artificial intelligence can be used to make truly equitable instruction a reality for emergent bilingual students.
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