What makes a good teacher and a successful lesson? Artificial Intelligence in the classroom is the key that is unlocking the answer, according to Rose Luckin, Professor of Learning with Digital Technologies. Intelligent software holds opportunities for individualised teaching that understands when and how lessons veer off topic, at what point pupils lose interest and when they are at their most engaged and receptive – providing smart interventions that help teachers find the best learning strategies for their classes.
In this Lunch Hour Lecture, Professor Luckin will discuss what AI is telling us about how we learn and predict how machines and humans will interact in the classrooms of the future.
This lecture is part of the It’s All Academic Festival. For more information on other Festival events, see Luckin is Professor of Learner Centred Design at UCL Knowledge Lab in London and Director of EDUCATE: a London hub for EdTech StartUps, researchers, educators, learners and parents to work together on the development of evidence based EdTech.
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- Rose s research involves the design and evaluation of educational technology using theories from the learning sciences and techniques from artificial intelligence (AI).
- Artificial Intelligence in the classroom is the key that is unlocking the answer, according to Rose Luckin, Professor of Learning with Digital Technologies.
- Rose works closely with the education technology industry, in particular Start-ups and SMEs, to enable them to integrate research evidence and methods into their products.
- Rose is a UfI charity Trustee, and a Governor and Trustee at St Paul s school in London and the Self-Managed Learning College in Brighton.
- Rose has advised research councils in various countries and has written widely about educational technologies.
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Published: Mon May 15 2017 20:00:00 GMT-0400 (EDT)