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Since ChatGPT became publicly available in November 2022, schools have been reeling from the effects of artificial intelligence. In this article, Chris Ferrara discusses ways schools can build a consensus for a meaningful AI policy.
Imagine walking into a classroom where an artificially intelligent tutor provides individualised instruction to each student. Where a virtual assistant instantly answers questions, summarises passages of text and offers writing suggestions. And where algorithms analyse reams of data to flag students at risk of falling behind. This vision of an AI-powered classroom is closer than you may think, but is it what we want?
Educational technology has the power to transform learning in international schools. Technology can help teachers and administrators create an inclusive, flexible and adaptive learning environment that helps to prepare students for the challenges and opportunities of the 21st century. Dr Megan Conrad from ExploreLearning shares some advice to help international schools choose effective edtech products that work for their students.
Stuart Douglas explains how his school’s design and technology (D&T) department embarked on a groundbreaking journey into the world of augmented reality (AR). This initiative was driven by a desire to provide students with a dynamic platform to review designs, simulate real-world environments and gain valuable insights from experts. In the wake of the disruptions caused by COVID-19, this AR initiative has not only bridged the gap but has also opened new doors for our students in the realm of D&T.
While we acknowledge concerns about the rapid development and adoption of Artificial Intelligence (AI), we recognise it also offers great potential to include students in more sophisticated ways. Ochan Kusuma Powell and Becca Leech discuss the potential of AI.
The digital drama initiative at the Alice Smith School in Malaysia turned a challenging situation forced by the pandemic into a new and innovative approach. Holly Sullivan shares how it has diversified and electrified the curricular and extracurricular offers through cutting-edge approaches to theatre design and communication technology.
At Ajman Academy, meaningful technology integration has been at the heart of our school improvement journey over the past few years. The dilemma was to decide how to leverage technology in supporting our students by removing barriers to learning whilst maximising our impact on student learning outcomes.
Dubai College was shortlisted for the Digital Technology in Learning award at the 2023 International School Awards.
Edruptor of 2022 Sunny Thakral shares his experience of working with artificial intelligence in the classroom.
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