Advances in artificial intelligence could affect teaching, learning and assessments in schools, according to Alina von Davier of Fordham University and Esther Care of Universal Education. In this opinion piece, they share examples of how teachers could learn from machines, including the use of eye-tracking data to improve student learning.
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