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Artificial Intelligence

What is Artificial Intelligence?

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a rapidly advancing technology that enables machines to perform tasks that typically require human intelligence. This includes learning, problem-solving, speech recognition, and decision-making. In the context of education, AI can be used to personalize learning experiences for students, automate administrative tasks, and provide virtual tutoring and support. By harnessing the power of AI, educators can gain insights into student learning patterns, adapt teaching strategies, and create more engaging and interactive learning environments. As AI continues to evolve, its potential to revolutionize the field of education by offering innovative solutions and improving student outcomes is becoming increasingly apparent.

How can an Educational Technology Coach Help School Districts and Teachers Work with Artificial Intelligence?

An educational technology coach plays a crucial role in helping school districts and teachers effectively integrate artificial intelligence (AI) into the classroom. By providing training, guidance, and support, the coach can help educators understand the potential applications of AI in education and how it can enhance student learning experiences. The coach can assist in identifying suitable AI tools and platforms, demonstrating best practices for integrating AI into the curriculum, and helping teachers develop the skills needed to leverage AI technologies effectively. Additionally, the coach can collaborate with school districts to establish protocols for data privacy and security when utilizing AI applications, ensuring that students' information is protected. Ultimately, the educational technology coach serves as a valuable resource in empowering educators to harness the benefits of AI to create dynamic and personalized learning environments for their students.

Vetted AI Resources from the Model Schools Educational Technology Coaches.

*spreadsheet will be updated throughout the year as more research/training takes place*