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A quick guide to deep learning - what is it and how can it be useful?

Robot Lab

Deep learning is a subset of machine learning that uses algorithms built on neural networks modeled after the human brain. In this short guide, we explore how deep learning works in more detail and how it can be useful in our day-to-day lives.

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AI In Education - The Impact of ChatGPT in the Classroom

Accelerate Learning

ChatGPT, a language model that uses deep learning techniques to generate human-like responses, has garnered significant attention for its potential applications in education. Its ability to support personalized learning experiences, facilitate research and knowledge acquisition, and automate testing and assessment.


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Complex Tasks Every Student Can Accomplish

Middle Web

Collaborating on complex tasks builds relationships, a positive classroom culture for learning and a sense of accomplishment for each student. Deep learning expert Karin Hess shares tools to create authentic, time-sensitive projects. When the team wins, everyone is a winner!

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Educators Have Some Pointed Advice For Tech Companies Building the Metaverse

ED Surge

That's not what real learning is about. Real learning is deep learning, not superficial learning. I think the opportunities for deep learning are endless. All you need to add is whatever your learning goal is and ta-dah, you have done it. And it's more than just reading and math.

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Simulations as a Teaching Strategy

Ask a Tech Teacher

These include critical thinking and self-directed learning, while there’s also evidence to suggest that simulation translates into a deeper understanding of even complex subjects when compared with the traditional, lecture-only class model. #2.

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PBL Puts the FUN in FUNdamentals!

Defined Learning

As you are winding down your school year, it is a great time to think about ways to end the year with exciting and engaging learning for all your students. Deep learning has become a buzzphrase in many school districts and is really not a new type of pedagogy.

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5 Metacognitive Tools to Reveal Hidden Learning

Middle Web

Curious about what students may have learned this year that traditional assessment may not uncover? Deep learning expert Dr. Karin Hess shares five activities and explains how two key elements of learning – metacognition and reflection – can team up to reveal hidden understanding.