Pittsburgh-based Duolingo introduces software for schools

A language learning app designed to turn the work of translation into play is making the turn into serious business for schools across the globe. Shadyside-based Duolingo announced this afternoon that it has released Duolingo for Schools, a version of the popular mobile and desktop app that allows teachers to check students’ work, evaluate learning styles and even adapt curriculums to fit student needs. The software’s machine-learning capabilities will assess when students hesitate before answer

Source: www.post-gazette.com

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