This section provides practical advice for educators looking to integrate AI technologies into their teaching practices.
Practical strategies for in-person classrooms
- Start small: Begin by using AI tools for specific tasks, such as grading or content creation, before moving on to more complex applications.
- Collaborate with colleagues: Share experiences and learn from other educators who have successfully integrated AI into their classrooms.
- Attend professional development workshops: Enhance your understanding of AI and stay up-to-date with the latest advancements in the field.
- Develop a strategic plan: Identify your goals for incorporating AI into your teaching and create a roadmap for achieving them.
- Monitor and adjust: Regularly assess the impact of AI on your teaching and students’ learning, and adjust your approach as needed.
Practicing more possibilities of AI in online education and OER
Sal Khan’s TED Talk titled “The Amazing AI Super Tutor for Students and Teachers” advocates the use of AI tutors for students and AI teaching assistants for teachers. The talk argues that the use of AI tutors can improve students’ learning experience and help them achieve better outcomes. The Khan Academy’s AI tutor, Khanmigo, is demonstrated in the talk, with examples from subjects such as math, computer programming, and language arts.
- The AI tutor can help students in various subjects, including math and programming, by detecting errors and providing explanations and guidance.
- The AI tutor can also engage in conversations with students and help them with writing, providing feedback and asking questions.
- The AI tutor can be a useful tool for teachers, providing personalized learning and saving time and energy.