How to do it and teach it too

Machine learning algorithm was trained to recognize headphones and water bottle, which it correctly identified. And it couldn’t recognize my face, because it wasn’t trained to so do.
Output from a test run on Google’s Teachable Machine


A selfie from April when I returned to my classroom after over a year of teaching remotely


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The best new club for your school this fall

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Let your students in on it.

Getting students to think about the connections between subjects


Here’s how I do it.

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Experiment with adding food coloring to hot and cold water
My 3rd period class added food coloring to hot and cold water


A big upgrade to your science class’s conservation of energy lesson

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New research on an old idea

Typical force diagrams from our physics first classes, to predict and explain change in motion

Elissa Levy

I teach physics and computer science in East Harlem, New York. I aim to engage.

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