Smarter Solutions for Brighter Minds

March 15, 2024

Technology is transforming and the education system needs to move with it. Over the past two decades, we’ve seen schools incorporate laptops, iPads, Smart Boards, and more into their day-to-day lessons. Most kids couldn’t imagine an education without the support of these resources. As AI tools cement themselves into our lives, it’s time we put the thought and care about how we can implement them into the curriculum to benefit everyone from the students to the administrators. AI is on a path to unlock better education outcomes for students as well as a better work life balance for teachers, creating a much better environment. Here are three ways to introduce AI into the classroom: 

  1. Teacher AI: Growing up, many times when doing my homework I felt as if I was stumped or unable to complete a task due to a question I had for my teacher. Yes, I could email them if it was early enough but most of the time I did not receive replies until the next day or those replies came out of the teachers’ personal time. Imagine a world where you are able to get 24/7 instant and accurate replies from your teachers by just messaging their AI. With Personal AI, teachers can load all of the curriculum information, standards for work, and expectations for students so there is no need to guess. Students who are able to reach out to a personalized AI will walk away with better outcomes and the ability to complete their work. 
  2. Virtual Field Trips: While it would be incredible for students to take cross-country field trips or even across the globe, tight school budgets prevent this from happening. A cost-effective, low-effort alternative would be AI head seats. By purchasing enough for one class, they could be used to show hundreds of kids around sites they might not otherwise see. Imagine learning about Ancient Rome and the next day getting to do a virtual, realistic walkthrough of the Coliseum. Tools like AI headsets provide unique opportunities and experiences for students regardless of their economic status. 
  3. Creative Tools: For students who may struggle with brainstorming or generating creative ideas, allow them to support their creative process with AI tooling. These tools can include the Teacher AI, topic generators, and more. Instead of getting stuck with writer's block, they could simply receive a few generated ideas and build upon them. This process would help them create something while still understanding and working on the ideation process. 

Incorporating AI into schools requires thoughtful planning, collaboration, and ongoing professional development. By embracing AI technologies and leveraging their potential to enhance teaching and learning, schools can create dynamic, engaging, and inclusive learning environments that prepare students for success in the 21st century and beyond. As AI continues to evolve, its integration into education will undoubtedly shape the future of learning and empower individuals to thrive in an increasingly complex and interconnected world. To learn how your classroom can incorporate AI, fill out the form here:

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