Artificial intelligence to aid learning in schools

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Traditional schooling technique required a hard grinding work for both teachers and students. Teachers had to prepare hard notes, check on the student’s homework and improvise ways for better understanding of subjects, not to mention the troublesome students and the wide variety of their capabilities. On the same hand, students had to suffer the uniform education system which never catered to their specific needs and curiosities.

However, the growing technology of Artificial Intelligence have helped us to deliver not only an improved teaching environment but also meeting the demands and needs of each person in the education system. With machine learning algorithms and data gathered from the insights of students, AI has made our classrooms more digitized. Here’s how AI is aiding learning in schools:

  • Complementing in-class teaching:

Artificial Intelligence have helped to solve the traditional one education system for all catering to each person according to their capability and learning rate. Algorithms and program have been utilised to derive patterns in data and provide insights to teachers on their short comings.

Each student now with their own education system are able to work at a faster pace and also make way to bring out new innovations and theories which might have been impossible under the traditional scheme. The teachers are now able to individually monitor each student, and help those who are struggling in their subjects with the outputs and assistance from Artificial Intelligence systems.

These systems can be further enhanced to not only provide guidance or mentor the student but also provide productive analysis of their skills and evaluate their knowledge so that they are able to utilise their expertise in the best suited way to get prime results. It can also assist students in embracing productive training behaviours, like self-regulation and self-explanation.

  • Enhanced crowd-sourced tutoring:

From early days, students are experienced to seeking help from private tutors to fill in the void that school leaves them in. However, the recent availability of online courses has helped students to not only fill the void but also gain real-time experiences from their co-age people on the various subjects.

An example of such is Brainly, a social network that helps millions of students participate, by exploring the power of AI. The platform provides unique and quality content to its users by using various machine learning algorithms with thousands of moderators to verify and uphold the services. It also enhances personalised teaching curriculum to each student depending on their capability and records.

  • Altering our methods of understanding the course:

Each student and teacher have their own and unique way of understanding and remembering the course details. While some students devise short cut methods to remember data, others simply mug up the information provided to them with little or negligible understanding of the material in the information.

Artificial intelligence could offer students a way to experiment and learn in a relatively judgment-free environment. In fact, AI is the perfect format for supporting this kind of learning, as AI systems themselves often learn by a trial-and-error method.

We still have to go long way before we have a future as such where teachers are Artificial intelligence systems. However, as technology improves and the vast expanse of AI encroaches on more of our daily lives, it is a near future where AI can be used to help learning in schools.


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