Leveraging Artificial Intelligence to Support English Language Learning
Emergent Bilingual students bring a wealth of knowledge to the classroom, but often teachers don’t have the time, support, or training to effectively apply that understanding to English language acquisition.
Luckily, artificial intelligence can help teachers better support their Emergent Bilingual students. Effective AI can provide useful real-time data, give feedback about student speech, and create differentiated learning paths for Emergent Bilinguals automatically based on performance.
Learn more in our on-demand webinar with Emergent Bilingual curriculum expert Maya Goodall, as she explores current states of student language learning and explains how artificial intelligence is being used to make equitable instruction a reality for Emergent Bilingual students.
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