Educational Technology

December 26, 2016

Report: Tech-Savvy K–12 Teachers Will Survive the Age of Automation

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By Sri Ravipati, THE Journal

While artificial intelligence (AI) continues to automate operations across industries like accounting, law and healthcare, machines are unlikely to replace teachers any time soon, according to research from the Clayton Christensen Institute for Disruptive Innovation. In “Teaching in the Machine Age,” report author and lead researcher Thomas Arnett argues that the “teaching profession is not immune to the effects of scientific and technological progress.” But instead of “viewing technological progress as a threat,” teachers should embrace AI innovations to help automate basic teaching tasks. Arnett outlines three “challenging circumstances” and explains how teachers and administrators can leverage technology to solve these problems and enhance their instructional models.

https://thejournal.com/articles/2016/12/12/report-tech-savvy-k12-teachers-will-survive-the-age-of-automation.aspx

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