ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN TOMORROW CLASSROOMS
If you think AI and chalkboards don’t go hand-in-hand, we’ll prove you are wrong with few examples of classroom-based Artificial Intelligence.
. Brainly :
Brainly is the social media site for classroom questions.
- Using Machine Learning algorithms to filter out spam, Brainly allows users to ask homework questions and receive automatic, verified answers from fellow students.
- The site even helps students collaborate to come up with correct answers on their own.
- If you’ve got a student who commands the classroom, he or she can provide answers on answers and work towards becoming a Brainly community moderator.
Brainly has experts on a variety of school subjects and works to create a classroom-like community for that personalized chalkboard touch.
. Netex Learning :
- Netex Learning lets teachers design curriculum across a variety of digital platforms and devices.
- The site helps even the most technologically illiterate educators incorporate interactive elements like audio, video, and self-assessments to their digital lesson plans, all within a personalized learning cloud platform.
- With Netex, teachers can create customized student materials to be published on any digital platform while providing tools for video conferences, digital discussions, personalized assignments, and learning analytics that show visual representations of each student’s personal growth.
- Similar to Thinkster Math, Carnegie Learning’s Mika offers AI-based tutoring tools for students too busy for after-school tutors and too lost in a sea of other students for personalized attention.
- And if you think one-to-one attention is just for elementary schoolers struggling with long division, Mika specializes in higher ed tutoring to fill gaps in collegiate classrooms notorious for lecturer-sized classrooms.
- The app is guided by each student’s unique learning process, keeping users aware of their daily progress and adapting lessons to each student’s specific struggle.