The impact of AI in the classroom: What does the future hold?

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Can artificial intelligence be an ally for teachers? That was the question at the forefront of the discussion at the world’s leading education technology event, Bett 2023. Edtech providers, decision-makers, MAT leaders, teachers and broader school community members came together to discuss the integration of AI in education – the good, the bad and the ugly.

Even the Education Secretary herself discussed the ways teacher’s day-to-day work could be “transformed” by AI, calling it a “game-changer” for the education sector. Gillian Keegan reflected on the benefits, such as supporting teachers with lesson planning and marking, but also the risks that come with AI without regulation.

In this article, Katie Novak, SMART Technologies Education Strategist, explores the way that AI can be an ally for teachers and help unburden their workloads. Read the full story on FE News: