Using the AI Bill of Rights to Guide Education’s use of AI and the European Commission’s “Ethical Guidelines for Teaching and Learning” to Guide the Future of AI in Education Part 2 of 2
Looking specifically at the impact of AI on six areas of education, the guidance includes specific competencies and indicators to guide ethical AI use in schools in Europe.
Using the AI Bill of Rights to Guide Education’s use of AI and the European Commission’s “Ethical Guidelines for Teaching and Learning” to Guide the Future of AI in Education Part 1 of 2
In a previous CIDDL blog, we provided a step-by-step usage guide of this emerging technology known as ChatGPT. The artificial intelligence (AI) tool, which launched at the end of 2022, has been sending shockwaves through the world of education. Questions about how to determine if an AI wrote a paper or a human, the impact of AI on cheating, and how AI will change how we teach are circulating among communities. And, making national news, is the number of districts whose immediate response is to ban these technologies, such as New York, Los Angeles, and Baltimore.
With the launch of ChatGPT, talks of how AI will change the classroom are making headlines across the nation. But, AI has been embedded in tools we use to support students with the reading and writing process for a long time. What’s different now? The fact that the AI can generate an entire essay, albeit many teachers would only grade it as B or C work, at best.
At the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) 2023 Annual Convention, Dr. Larry Wexler, the Director of Research to Practice of the Office of Special Education shared an overview of each of the OSEP funded centers. CIDDL was one of the 30 centers he highlighted and we wanted to share the list with you!
One of the possible silver linings of the pandemic has been the proliferation of available mobile devices (e.g., iPad, Chromebooks, Smartphones) across our preK-12 learning environments. Where once schools were considering whether to purchase mobile learning carts or add a computer lab, technology investments today find an overwhelming majority of preK-12 learners (some estimates suggest over 85%) with access to their own mobile learning device. With increased investments, teachers and learners are increasingly relying on the device as a foundational element of instruction and subsequent learning.
CIDDL is gearing up for the Council for Exceptional Children’s Convention in Louisville which means we are gathering all of our favorite tech to bring to the convention. CIDDL will have a large presence at the Tech Playground at the conference, which means we’re bringing all of our fun tech for you to try! And, when tech lovers and experts come together, you know they have to make sure they have all of their goodies and gear to use, show off, and collaborate with.
CIDDL has so many fun and exciting surprises planned for the conference including goodies at our booths, innovative and exciting technology in the tech playground, and presentations geared toward integrating technology meaningfully into teacher preparation.
In the last few years, artificial intelligence (AI) has had a major impact on mathematics learning in the classroom. From virtual math tutors and apps to interactive calculators and problem-solving programs, AI has revolutionized how students learn math. With AI-powered tools such as Photomath, Desmos, Geogebra, and Microsoft Math Solver, math has become easier to understand, analyze and solve.