IBM Launches Teacher Advisor With Watson

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IBM Launches Teacher Advisor With Watson

by Jen Crozier
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Monday, October 2, 2017 - 11:15am

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Among the most underserved populations in education is teachers themselves.  IBM takes a giant step towards addressing that with the release of Teacher Advisor With Watson –- a comprehensive, confidential, vetted and totally free cognitive advisor for those who teach K through 5 math. Teacher Advisor With Watson was built with the help of teachers, and is loaded with the lesson plans and proven strategies they need to teach across a variety of elementary grade levels and student abilities. And because it’s cognitive, Teacher Advisor will get smarter –- and better –- with training and use.

On Citizen IBM, read about this exciting breakthrough that’s supported by education experts, the American Federation of Teachers, and educators themselves. Read what an elementary school math coach has to say about how the Teacher Advisor development team incorporated suggestions and refinements from more than 1,000 beta testers. 

To learn more about IBM's Corporate Citizenship Contributions, review the IBM 2016 Corporate Responsibility Report.

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Jeff Weeks
IBM Corporate Responsibility Leader
Keywords: Education | Access to Technology | American Federation of Teachers | Digital Literacy | IBM | Improving Education Quality | Innovation & Technology | Quality Education | STEM | Smart Technologies | Teacher Advisor With Watson

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CONTENT: Blog