How AI is being used in education in 2024

The use of artificial intelligence (AI) in education is undoubtedly one of the most relevant aspects of our current educational challenges. AI is transforming the way that we teach and learn. BSS schools, which are always the first to incorporate the latest technologies into their teaching, will put these new trends and the most recent advances into practise, including AI in the classroom, personalised education, mobile learning, microlearning and VR/AR in education.

AI in the classroom:

  • Teachers use AI systems to personalise teaching in accordance with each student’s individual needs. For example, AI can analyse each student’s progress and recommend additional activities to help them work on concepts that need more attention.
  • AI-powered virtual assistants can be used to answer students’ questions in real time, provide additional explanations and offer practical examples to reinforce learning.

Personalised education:

  • AI helps create personalised study plans for each student, taking into account their level of ability, learning style and areas of interest. This allows students to progress at their own pace and focus on the topics that interest them the most.
  • AI systems can identify individual learning patterns and automatically adapt the content and activities to meet each student’s specific needs.

Mobile learning:

  • Students can use mobile learning platforms that allow them to access educational resources from their mobile devices anytime, anywhere.
  • AI-powered mobile applications offer interactive activities, educational games and multimedia content to enhance the learning experience outside the classroom.

Microlearning:

  • AI is used to develop microlearning materials that present educational concepts in a short and concise format. These materials are ideal for learning in short periods of time, such as during breaks between classes or on the way home.
  • Students receive personalised microlearning recommendations based on their areas of interest and specific learning needs.

VR/AR in education:

  • Virtual and augmented reality applications are used to provide immersive educational experiences. For example, students can virtually explore historical sites, conduct scientific simulations in virtual environments and participate in game-based learning activities.
  • AI is integrated with virtual and augmented reality to tailor learning experiences to each student’s skills and preferences and therefore increase their level of engagement and understanding.

Artificial intelligence is revolutionising education and BSS schools are fully committed to continuous innovation, applying new methodologies and strengthening the digital knowledge of the younger generations.

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