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We’ve Been Here Before

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In a previous post, I mentioned that many of the sessions at our annual edtech conference, focused on the use of artificial intelligence in the classroom.

I didn’t get to see more than a few minutes of any of those presentations, but since then I’ve reviewed some of the materials posted by the speakers and read much more about the ideas being presented for the use of AI in education.

And it all seems very familiar.

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Profiting From Learning Loss

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The new school year started this week in DC. Out here in the burbs, kids have been in class longer. Some places in the country, they’ve been going since late July.

And almost all those schools likely have one thing in common: their current number one concern remains “learning loss”.

Certainly there must be some kind of tech fix for the problem, right?

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