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Mining and harvesting information for lesson plans and curriculums is a full time job for teachers. What if every teacher had a personal assistant helping with curriculum and lesson plan creation while keeping tabs on new education trends with fundamentals in mind? Please meet Watson, IBM’s supercomputer aka personal teacher assistant. Watson can pull together standards, assessment questions, sample lesson plans for a single teacher, a group, or th...
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