elearning industry blog 5 main roles H u m a n i t i e s
Lenchner’s blog provides insights about transparency and ethical standards pertaining to the current practice of data collection across various business and industries. Discuss how the organization in your project complies with these standards, if applicable. If not, craft a recommendation to ensure these standards are satisfied.
UNESCO’s and Plitnichenko (Links to an external site.)’s articles discuss the benefits of incorporating Artificial Intelligence into education sector. Do you think this is the right path for the future of education? Provide an argument to support your answer.
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UNESCO’s and Plitnichenko (Links to an external site.)’s articles discuss the benefits of incorporating Artificial Intelligence into education sector. Do you think this is the right path for the future of education? Provide an argument to support your answer
- (Links to an external site.)Lisa Plitnichenko’s eLearning Industry Blog 5 Main Roles of AI in Education (Links to an external site.)
- UNESCO’s AI in Education?
Please choose one of classmates posts and write a clear comment:
Great prompts, but the one that hooked me more was the one around AI into the educational sector. I think AI can be the right path for education if the implementation, training for those implementing, training for those who observe AI in education, and other components that are centered around AI education are thoughtfully planned out. From my experience in K-12 and in some higher education sectors I have seen new initiatives rolled out that did not have all these components thought out well and therefore didn’t meet the outcomes that were set. More often than not the program or initiative is blamed for not working when in fact it could have been really good for our students if implemented well. One specific recent example is the roll out of common core standards. The intent and goals behind this initiative were great but the implementation, training, evaluation, etc. were not well established in some districts and therefore teachers, parents, and other stakeholders blame common core when the issues come from other factors. AI can have a great impact on education but if teachers simply sit back and rely on the technology to do their work, admin don’t observe and provide feedback on the implementation of AI, and/or supplemented data analysis is not done by actual humans then AI could be another flop in our educational history. Both articles do describe the benefit of AI but as a practitioner and a beginning researcher I cannot help but see beyond this new AI initiative and compare to others that have come and gone.
Reading the articles by UNESCO and Plitnichenko has provided me with valuable information about the benefits of incorporating artificial intelligence (AI) in the education sector. AI would benefit education and enhance the learning experience by helping with data management and utilizing self-correction to refine algorithms and ensure the most accurate data results. Specific algorithms could also be used to resolve specific tasks. Small steps are vital to reduce cumbersome, menial tasks. If there is an opportunity to improve the automation of routine tasks, it will cut down the time it takes to complete different tasks. Within the education sector, the adoption of technology is still not as advanced as it is within private corporations. And some AI tools could be transferred to the education sector. With the help of AI, personalized education could fill specific gaps in terms of what students know and do not know to enhance student efficiency. The implementation of personalized education might have to pivot to how learning outcomes need to be reformatted to meet the requirements of educational departments and specific student learning outcomes to assess the students’ knowledge. I appreciate the idea that the implementation of task automation will assist greatly in administrative tasks and provide information to students in a timely manner. Applying AI in education is a worthwhile concept, but it will take some time to implement because some pushback from seasoned employees in education is inevitable.