Artificial Intelligence ( AI) is no longer the Science Fiction world. AI is increasingly evolving into a powerful new technology and is impacting every field that manages vast volumes of data, and education is no different. The education world is often considered one of the most human areas — the most human of humanities — but this does not mean there is no way teachers and school staff will benefit from artificial intelligence implementation.
Much like every other profession, teachers are struggling with a tremendous amount of admin. They also have to spread their limited resources across an ever-growing body of learners/students. As a result, it is incredibly hard to preserve the standard and relevance of the curriculum. Luckily, AI helps teachers in menial tasks, customises learning, and even generates a material in the lessons. Here are a few ways AI revolutionises the education system.
These are how AI technology revolutionises the way we teach and learn, from task automation to personalised learning:
AI exhibits great potential for automating administrative work and facilitating the tasks of organisations and professors.
Traditionally teachers and professors have often handled various administrative and organisational activities and managed the classroom environment.
Except for reviewing assignments, grading exams, and reading papers, they are also responsible for filling out various paperwork, handling teaching materials, arranging lecture tools, regular progress reports, etc.
Yes, an insightful survey reveals that teachers are investing their time in:
⚪Lesson planning (13%)
⚫Marking tests (11%)
⚪Administrative activities (7%)
These statistics remind us that teachers spend a great deal of their time on non-teaching activities, overwhelming.
Here's where artificial intelligence can be beneficial. It can conduct exams and perform administrative work that takes off their shoulders a massive amount of load.
Much as AI is currently being used to customise Amazon shopping offerings and Netflix movie recommendations, similar technology can customise educational material to suit individual learners. The current curriculum focuses on appealing to most students, implying that when it comes to content and technique, they have to compromise somehow. On the other hand, AI is used to learn from the input and tailor assignments of an individual student, and even exams to suit their strengths.
AI is transforming the education industry by adding new methods to achieve results for the students.
Smart content is a trendy topic among organisations, educators, and students as it makes learning relatively easier.
We apply to different virtual content forms like textbook digitised guides, video conferencing, and video lectures if we speak about smart technology.
Robots will now enhance the learning experience by developing personalised learning environments for elementary and post-secondary schools and interactive content that appeals to students of different grades.
We can quickly digest the material by breaking it into understandable chunks, highlighting important lesson stuff, summing up key points, etc.
And, they can also generate content from audio and video.
Due to this, students can conveniently access all of these resources, learn even more effectively, and achieve their academic goals.
AI is structured to make routine activities simpler, and that means administration for the education sector. There is an immense amount of time spent reviewing homework and papers that can be handled using AI, allowing teachers more flexibility to concentrate on the actual teaching job. Work is also underway to develop programs that can analyse essays.
AI can be incorporated into school infrastructure to improve productivity beyond direct student-student direct teaching. The technologies built for smart cities could easily support the schools. With the provision of proper access, the possibilities of strengthening student placement and flow are infinite, ranging from automated seat allocation to traffic management to controlling movement between classes. Classrooms could be monitored using temperature and humidity sensors, and stock management AI would pre-order supplies while running low, ensuring a school is never without colouring books or cafeteria food.
AI enhances the platforms digitising textbooks and enabling students to access them from anywhere, at any time, on various devices.
This is suitable for students who cannot attend classes and help international students study those courses that are not in their country.
What is unique about these sites is that they can also translate learning materials into various languages to help non-English speakers learn.
One of AI's most important benefits is its international capabilities. The AI system is not limited to a country's boundaries, which means the same method can be implemented in schools worldwide. This not only increases productivity in more places, but exposure to more significant volumes of data will also help improve the performance of the AI.
Though there's still some reticence over schools to adopt AI, the technology shows the potential to increase productivity, efficiency, and personalise education. As our population continues to expand, our schools will grow too. At some stage, the number of students will make logistical impossible the personal touches that have characterised education for older generations. Perhaps we will relieve some of the work by implementing AI technology and making our way back to more substantial, more human schools, education, and culture!