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Graham Attwell hat den Start eines neuen ERASMUS-Projekts protokolliert („Improving skills and competences of VET teachers and trainers in the age of Artificial Intelligence“). Nichts Aufregendes, weil es ja gerade erst gestartet ist. Aber Graham Attwell hat seine Slides und mit ihnen einen Lektüretipp verlinkt: „Artificial Intelligence In Education: Promises and Implications for Teaching and Learning“ (Charles Fadel, Wayne Holmes, Maya Bialik). Lektüre für die Nach-Weihnachtszeit …

„AIED [Artificial Intelligence in Education] includes everything from AI-driven, step-by-step personalized instructional and dialogue systems, through AI supported exploratory learning, the analysis of student writing, intelligent agents in game-based environments, and student support chatbots, to AI facilitated student/tutor matching that puts students firmly in control of their own learning.“
Graham Attwell, Pontydysgu – Bridge to Learning, 5. November 2019

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