2022 - 2023
Gain an understanding of various ML models
Use regression to model continuous data
Predict discrete results using classification models
Discover unknown patters with clustering models
Additional topics include association rule learning, reinforcement learning, and natural language processing
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Meet your instructor.
AP CSA, ECS, MLH, and CS&R Instructor
As the head of the Computer Science pathway here at Franklin High, I hope to encourage my students to pursue a career in computer science. I started out teaching Math after graduating from the University of California, Davis, but slowly moved towards robotics and computer science, where I found engaged students learning more about mathematics. I've since worked as a CTE teacher with Franklin, finding any opportunities for my students to involve themselves with technology.
Hear what past students have to say.
I enjoy collaborating with others, trying to figure out the labs and fixing the errors we have. The content of the class intrigues me because I feel machine learning is going to be a major part of our future and learning it early will benefit us.
I liked the fact that labs followed every instruction in class. I really enjoyed collaborating with my peers on solving errors in the labs. I liked the fact that labs allowed me to practice the skills I learned in class, and allowed me to tackle new problems as well.
I loved how we're able to work in groups to collaborate in this class and the help I got from other classmates and Mr. Dagler!
I liked the energy of the classroom and the coding.
I liked the collaboration in this class and working on the labs and other work with my classmates.