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AI education's most significant advantage lies in its ability to help teachers focus more fully on meeting students' needs. By streamlining administrative duties such as grading, AI can free up teachers' time so that they can devote it towards helping those students who require extra support. Educators understand the benefits and power of AI technologies can come with risks, such as data privacy concerns or increased automation that amplifies unwanted biases. Furthermore, educators fear children could lose pedagogy context when engaging with artificial intelligence (AI). 1. It’s the Future of Learning Even though curriculum takes center stage in education, how a student learns should also be considered paramount. Thanks to AI advances, teachers can better understand how their students learn and personalize the experience accordingly. Intelligent tutoring systems (ITS) already exist as practical systems which determine step-by-step learning paths for a specific domain of structured knowledge such as mathematics or physics - including customized activities, collecting activity data from learners as they go along, and adapting as learners do so that ITS continue learning on its own over time. These systems aim to give students a customized educational experience and help them master skills, acquire new knowledge, and gain a deeper comprehension of subjects. Furthermore, by eliminating human teachers as required for instruction purposes ITSs free up time for teachers to spend more one-on-one time helping those struggling in class. Additionally, ITS can aid teachers in meeting the needs of all their students by offering targeted instructional support. Teachers can quickly identify learning gaps and tailor instruction based on each student's unique learning style and background. Furthermore, real-time feedback on assessments, monitoring progress reports, and helping identify any who may need extra assistance are also provided by this technology solution. AI can transform online learning in many ways. It can assist educators by helping identify students' weaknesses and capabilities, and providing them with resources necessary for successful instruction. Furthermore, it can allow students to work at the pace they are comfortable with. AI can also be used to produce educational materials, including digital textbooks, study guides and bite-sized lessons. This can be especially helpful in developing countries where teachers may be scarce and access to quality education is limited - Appinventiv's Gurushala provides free study material for millions of students through an online platform called Gurushala. As AI continues to advance, it's imperative that students receive proper education about its ethical use. Without adequate instruction, students could be exposed to biases and misinformation that could cause them harm or lead to ethical dilemmas in the future. Teachers can prepare their students for AI use by showing them how it works in daily life and offering opportunities for practice via project-based inquiry - like "AI for Kids." 2. It’s a Game Changer Students need to be informed about AI and its potential effects, since AI could revolutionize our lives, work lives, and play lives. AI holds immense promise for solving some of our world's greatest challenges - climate change to disease and famine; improving accessibility in education by increasing accessibility and improving quality of life - but if not utilized appropriately can create additional issues as it may lead to bias or may not be user-friendly for all learners. Concerns surrounding AI include that it could hinder student creativity. Students could be tempted to rely on it as an aid instead of developing their own thinking and problem-solving abilities themselves. Furthermore, its introduction could create a digital divide wherein low-income families cannot access or comprehend this technology. Educators should remain mindful of AI in the classroom and actively promote its positive uses. They should incorporate this technology with teaching methods that foster critical thinking and creative problem-solving; active learning strategies like Think-Pair-Share (TPS) may also prove invaluable in making sure students use this technology responsibly and safely. Additionally, it is critical to acknowledge the significance of human-centric design when developing AI technologies. This approach seeks to design AI programs with users in mind; such as creating language accessible to non-technical audiences. Furthermore, human-centered design seeks to foster an equitable, inclusive, and open future for all. As AI emerges, educators can find many new opportunities to engage their students in hands-on, project-based learning experiences. However, educators must first establish an exemplary pedagogy framework which supports children's exploration of and inquiry with AI technologies - culturally responsive yet relevant curriculum should also be considered such as Sakulkueakulsuk et al's AI for Kids curriculum. 3. It’s the Future of Tutoring For decades, tutoring has been an integral component of education. But in the future, AI-powered tools may take its place and adapt to each student's unique learning style and needs. Such adaptive tools would give each child challenging yet manageable assignments that address gaps in knowledge while redirecting them toward new topics when applicable. This personalized approach makes students feel special and increases engagement, as it allows them to focus less on what other people in the classroom are doing and more on advancing their own progress. AI also removes one of the primary obstacles to student participation - fear of speaking up - by providing instantaneous responses when students ask a question in class - with AI just a click away from giving an answer! AI can improve teachers' work lives by shortening the time spent grading assignments and essays, helping with homework and course planning, offering feedback on writing samples provided to students by AI tutors, finding data analysis resources for individual learning styles and interests of their pupils, providing feedback to writers as they write new pieces or providing them with feedback on completed pieces of writing by AI assistants, as well as helping teachers connect their students to resources relevant for them. However, there have been concerns regarding how AI may influence students' interpersonal and emotional development. Some researchers have called for a pedagogy focused on human interaction to teach social skills while others stress the significance of children interacting with AI technology to foster digital citizenship. Concerns such as these underline the importance of an AI-centric pedagogy to support learning. When considering its potential implementation into schools, educators and parents need a clear picture of what children must know in order to take full advantage of AI. At present, there are programs teaching AI to students; however, they are typically tailored for adults. A more targeted AI curriculum that addresses elementary school student's learning needs would be invaluable; such a curricula should include hands-on activities to foster deep comprehension of key AI concepts as well as providing a means of assessing learners' knowledge and skills levels. Furthermore, an embodied curriculum would help young children explore AI through culturally sensitive perspectives on education and culture. 4. It’s the Future of Education AI education is the future, because it empowers students to build critical thinking, creative problem solving and communication - essential skills for success in any career or life. What sets AI apart from other educational tools is its more accurate and personalized feedback which allows students and employees to better understand what needs improvement while automating repetitive tasks so teachers or employees can devote their time towards higher value activities. Teachers will find AI platforms a useful aid for providing each student with a tailored learning experience, something which is hard for human educators with limited resources to achieve. Real-time assessment means students can get feedback about their progress immediately instead of waiting until the end of the school year for feedback to come back from teachers. AI can make an invaluable contribution to education by giving students more independence in learning at their own pace and on their own terms. Students often struggle with traditional education's one-size-fits-all approach; with AI-powered education they are free to customize their learning to best suit themselves; this personalized education approach ensures students make the most of their education experiences. AI will open up new learning possibilities for students with disabilities. AI-powered education systems can assess each student's individual strengths and weaknesses to develop learning plans tailored specifically to help them excel in weak areas, giving students all of the tools necessary for success regardless of any obstacles they might be facing. Finally, automation will serve as a powerful tool in providing students with the skills they need to excel in an ever-evolving world of automation. Because knowledge becomes obsolete faster than ever before, education must move away from focusing solely on teaching specific fields - like coding - towards cultivating general fluency in information manipulation such as devising relevant questions or debating them and developing higher level communication abilities such as team work or group projects. Why AI Should Be Taught in Schools - A Comprehensive Guide Teachers must introduce AI concepts to students to give them the knowledge and abilities needed for a digital society. This can be accomplished through classroom lessons or special coding classes dedicated to AI concepts. AI can assist teachers by automating administrative tasks like grading and marking, giving them more time with students. AI also can identify gaps in learning and provide tailored instruction for more individualized guidance. 1. Boosts Creativity Many schools attempt to foster creativity among their students with coding classes that focus on building websites and games, yet this approach alone won't suffice in nurturing the creative skills necessary for future career success and general wellbeing. Recent research found that students understood the relationship between Artificial Intelligence (AI) and creativity, yet had less accurate perceptions about how teachers could implement AI into classroom lessons. To fill this gap, educators could teach students about how AI supports or assists humans with social or complex tasks. AI can save educators time by efficiently grading multiple-choice tests and written assignments, freeing up time to spend more time with each student and make more informed decisions about tailoring instruction to individual learner needs. 2. Boosts Critical Thinking AI can provide students with a valuable opportunity to form critical perspectives about its effects on society, by participating in project-based assignments that allow them to explore various platforms and see what capabilities they possess. While AI can help teachers grade multiple-choice tests more quickly and accurately, teachers still must dedicate sufficient time and energy to engaging students directly and providing feedback. AI can also automate administrative tasks like registering and evaluating applicants so educators can spend more time providing one-on-one interaction with every student - this ensures every child has equal opportunities to learn! Students themselves can utilize AI technology to identify gaps in knowledge that might be holding them back while simultaneously increasing critical thinking to take more control over their education journey. 3. Boosts Problem-Solving Skills A lot of the time, teachers focus on what students learn, but they forget that how they learn is equally important. AI can help boost student-teacher relationships by giving teachers real-time feedback and allowing them to adjust lessons accordingly. For example, ViewSonic’s myViewBoard Sens uses facial recognition technology to read a student’s expression and posture, and it can report back to the teacher on how engaged each class is at any given moment. This kind of feedback can help a teacher understand what each student needs at a particular point in the lesson and improve their engagement. Teachers should also encourage students to think critically about AI and its impact on society. This will help them become informed and responsible digital citizens in the future. 4. Boosts Communication Skills Students are well-aware that AI tools come with new risks, and they want schools to educate them on how best to use these technologies. They know that useful functionality can be paired with new data privacy and security concerns and they are aware of the ways that artificial intelligence can amplify or create unwanted biases within learning environments. Educators spend a lot of time grading assignments and tests and it is possible that these tasks will eventually be handled by AI. This could open up the possibility for more face-to-face time with students and a reduction in administrative duties which can distract teachers from more critical tasks. Educators have long known that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to teaching a lesson. AI will enable a level of customization that is impossible for teachers to accomplish without it. 5. Boosts Decision-Making Skills Students often feel intimidated to raise their hand during class due to fear of judgment; AI provides feedback that won't have the same stigmatizing impact or cause self-consciousness. AI also makes learning more efficient by automating some tedious tasks allowing teachers to focus more effectively on providing individual attention and developing knowledge in students. ViewSonic's myViewBoard Sens can assist teachers in monitoring nonverbal cues such as facial expression or posture of students to help modify lessons to ensure all are engaging. With such data at hand, teachers can then modify lesson plans accordingly and ensure all are engaged. However, some students fear AI will lead to the disappearance of jobs in education as computers can perform more work than humans can. Therefore, it's essential for them to recognize its limitations and how misuse could harm human learners. 6. Boosts Decision-Making Skills Students need to be equipped with AI skills in order to successfully navigate future careers, but also want their teachers to help them recognize its risks and biases. Students who learn AI are more likely to report making smarter career decisions after using it themselves. With AI's ability to analyze data and automate repetitive tasks, these students will have more freedom in their decisions; yet critical thinking skills remain important when making wise choices based on findings and making sense of data analysis results. AI can provide instantaneous feedback on assignments so students know when their efforts have gone astray. Additionally, it can aid students in building soft skills in collaborative environments where they can practice communication - saving teachers both time and effort! Furthermore, it can save teachers even further time by automatically grading assignments and quizzes; creating custom textbooks tailored specifically to every student! 7. Boosts Communication Skills Educators often find themselves promoting coding classes in schools as an excellent way to get students comfortable with the concepts behind AI. However, a lot of these programs are too narrowly focused on computer science, which doesn’t cover a wide enough range of topics to give students a well-rounded view of the field. Moreover, AI can offer teachers instant feedback on their teaching and allow them to cater to individual learning styles more effectively. This is particularly helpful for new teachers and those who may have a difficult time reading their students’ non-verbal cues. Lastly, AI can also save educators time by automating tedious administrative tasks like grading multiple-choice tests and writing assessments. This allows educators to spend more time on classroom management and curriculum development. Additionally, it can help identify knowledge gaps among learners and provide recommendations for closing them. 8. Boosts Decision-Making Skills As AI becomes more integrated into our daily lives, it’s important for students to learn about how it works and its risks. This can be a great way to spark discussions about ethics, as well as how to make smart decisions in an age of rapidly evolving technology. One example is that of an AI that can detect if a student has trouble understanding a lesson or needs additional support, alerting the teacher to potential issues and providing customized tutoring or study programs. Another is the use of AI to help teachers understand classroom dynamics by capturing non-verbal signals, such as eye movements or breathing rate, via devices like Sens. Demszky also suggested that students be encouraged to use AI to get the most out of their learning, such as by using it to write essays or tests. However, he noted that it’s important that students still learn how to think for themselves and not just gain answers without developing skills. 9. Boosts Decision-Making Skills Whether they’re customer service agents, medical interns or AI engineers, the future workforce will likely be tasked with making decisions. Teaching students to understand how AI can help them make better, more informed decisions will equip them for the workplace. The concept of inanimate objects endowed with intelligence has long captivated humans. Whether it’s the Greek god Hephaestus forging robot-like servants or the Egyptian engineers constructing statues animated by priests, the idea of intelligent machines has been pervasive throughout history. AI devices can be used to monitor classroom conditions and alert teachers of any issues that may affect student performance. They can also monitor the effectiveness of lessons to ensure that students are receiving the most out of their time in the classroom. This will enable educators to provide instant feedback to students and ensure that every student is fully engaged in the classroom. 10. Boosts Decision-Making Skills Unlike humans, AI doesn’t get bored or tired, and it can quickly analyze massive amounts of data. It can also identify patterns that a human might miss such as when students submit answers that are off-base or incorrect, helping educators to adjust their teaching strategy. It can also automate tasks such as grading multiple-choice tests and assessing written responses, freeing up teachers’ time to work with students individually and help them close the gaps in their learning. Additionally, AI can help to reduce class size and offer adaptive curriculum based on student needs. While some argue that introducing AI in schools is akin to introducing the calculator, others believe it may be more damaging to students’ critical thinking skills. However, teaching students how to interact with AI can be a powerful tool for them to master as they enter the workforce.