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Ait EMPOWER by José Bidarra, Wayne Holmes and Henrik Kohler Simonsen

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  1. 1. Artificial Intelligence in Teaching (AIT): A road map for future developments José Bidarra, Universidade Aberta, Portugal, Henrik Køhler Simonsen, SmartLearning, Denmark, Wayne Holmes, Nesta, United Kingdom Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 W
  2. 2. 1. The promise of AI in Higher Education 2. The stakeholders of AI in Higher Education 3. The context of Erasmus+ Project AIT 4. Project objectives and expected outcomes 5. National cases and strategies 6. Dissemination Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 W
  3. 3. The promise of AI in Higher Education (HE) - Artificial Intelligence (AI), is defined as “the use of computer systems designed to interact with the world through capabilities and behaviours that we think of as essentially human”. (Luckin et al., 2016) Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 W
  4. 4. The promise of AI in Higher Education (HE) - Artificial Intelligence (AI), is defined as “the use of computer systems designed to interact with the world through capabilities and behaviours that we think of as essentially human”. (Luckin et al., 2016) - AI is already a part of life. For instance, personal agents, such as Siri, Alexa or Cortana, and algorithms that bring us personalised recommendations, for instance in Amazon or Netflix. Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 W
  5. 5. The promise of AI in Higher Education (HE) - Artificial Intelligence (AI), is defined as “the use of computer systems designed to interact with the world through capabilities and behaviours that we think of as essentially human”. (Luckin et al., 2016) - AI is already a part of life. For instance, personal agents, such as Siri, Alexa or Cortana, and algorithms that bring us personalised recommendations, for instance in Amazon or Netflix. - AI-powered learning systems are increasingly being deployed in schools, colleges and universities. Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 W
  6. 6. The promise of AI in Higher Education (HE) Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 Artificial Intelligence in education W
  7. 7. The promise of AI in Higher Education (HE) Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 Artificial Intelligence in education Learning with AI W
  8. 8. The promise of AI in Higher Education (HE) Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 Artificial Intelligence in education Learning with AI Learning about AI W
  9. 9. The promise of AI in Higher Education (HE) Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 Artificial Intelligence in education Learning with AI Learning about AI Learning for AI W
  10. 10. The promise of AI in Higher Education (HE) Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 Artificial Intelligence in education Learning with AI Student- facing AI Learning about AI Learning for AI W
  11. 11. The promise of AI in Higher Education (HE) Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 Artificial Intelligence in education Learning with AI Student- facing AI Teacher- facing AI Learning about AI Learning for AI W
  12. 12. The promise of AI in Higher Education (HE) Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 Artificial Intelligence in education Learning with AI Student- facing AI Teacher- facing AI System- facing AI Learning about AI Learning for AI W
  13. 13. The promise of AI in Higher Education (HE) Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 Artificial Intelligence in education Learning with AI Student- facing AI Teacher- facing AI System- facing AI Learning about AI Teaching young people about AI Learning for AI W
  14. 14. The promise of AI in Higher Education (HE) Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 Artificial Intelligence in education Learning with AI Student- facing AI Teacher- facing AI System- facing AI Learning about AI Teaching young people about AI Teaching teachers about AI Learning for AI W
  15. 15. The promise of AI in Higher Education (HE) Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 Artificial Intelligence in education Learning with AI Student- facing AI Teacher- facing AI System- facing AI Learning about AI Teaching young people about AI Teaching teachers about AI Training tomorrow’s AI engineers Learning for AI W
  16. 16. The promise of AI in Higher Education (HE) Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 Artificial Intelligence in education Learning with AI Student- facing AI Teacher- facing AI System- facing AI Learning about AI Teaching young people about AI Teaching teachers about AI Training tomorrow’s AI engineers Learning for AI Learning to live with AI W
  17. 17. Some questions for you: - What examples of learning with AI in higher education do you know? - What examples of learning about AI in higher education do you know? - What examples of learning for AI in higher education do you know? Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 W
  18. 18. The stakeholders of AI in HE Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 AI in HE W
  19. 19. The stakeholders of AI in HE Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 AI in HE Students W
  20. 20. The stakeholders of AI in HE Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 AI in HE Students Teachers W
  21. 21. The stakeholders of AI in HE Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 AI in HE Students Teachers Researchers W
  22. 22. The stakeholders of AI in HE Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 AI in HE Students Teachers Researchers Decision makers W
  23. 23. The context of the AIT project - Artificial Intelligence (AI) is fast becoming ubiquitous. In particular, it is having a critical but unclear impact on Higher Education (HE) practices, educators and learners across Europe, which urgently needs to be properly understood. Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 H
  24. 24. The context of the AIT project - Artificial Intelligence (AI) is fast becoming ubiquitous. In particular, it is having a critical but unclear impact on Higher Education (HE) practices, educators and learners across Europe, which urgently needs to be properly understood. - The “Artificial Intelligence in Teaching” Erasmus+ project (AIT) aims to identify and analyse AI best practices in HE in three countries and to develop a roadmap for future developments and use. Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 H
  25. 25. The context of the AIT project - Artificial Intelligence (AI) is fast becoming ubiquitous. In particular, it is having a critical but unclear impact on Higher Education (HE) practices, educators and learners across Europe, which urgently needs to be properly understood. - The “Artificial Intelligence in Teaching” Erasmus+ project (AIT) aims to identify and analyse AI best practices in HE in three countries and to develop a roadmap for future developments and use. - The AIT project seeks to uncover national characteristics, specific technologies, and didactic and pedagogical approaches to AI in HE in the United Kingdom, Portugal and Denmark. Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 H
  26. 26. AIT project objectives A. To identify and analyse practical examples of AI in HE. B. To identify and analyse best practices of AI in HE. C. To identify national approaches to AI in HE. D. To develop a roadmap for the development of AI in HE. E. To disseminate knowledge about AI in HE. These objectives are all related to the national characteristics of the countries in the project: Denmark, Portugal and the United Kingdom. Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 H
  27. 27. AIT project expected outcomes i. increased knowledge of the dimensions of AI at all levels in the HE sector, ii. research-based data of AI technologies in use across the HE sector, iii. a research-based roadmap for future development and use of AI in HE, iv. increased knowledge of AI for informing institutional decisions and policymaking across Europe. Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 H
  28. 28. Study of national cases (DK, UK, PT) - Identification of cases and activities; Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 H
  29. 29. Study of national cases (DK, UK, PT) - Identification of cases and activities; - Classification of focus area (some categories): • Intelligent Tutoring Systems; • Dialogue-based Tutoring Systems; • Exploratory Learning Environments; • Automatic writing evaluation; • Language Learning; • Tutoring chatbots; • Learning analytics; • Augmented and Virtual Reality. Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 H
  30. 30. National characteristics (DK, UK, PT) - Overview of EU principles on AI in HE - National digital maturity and strategies for AI - Analysis of national AI focus areas - Overview of HE system and national strategy for AI in HE - Evidence of AI in HE (research, practice / with, for, about AI) Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 H
  31. 31. AIT project preliminary outcomes - AI is widely taught and researched in HE (i.e., learning about AI). Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 J
  32. 32. AIT project preliminary outcomes - AI is widely taught and researched in HE (i.e., learning about AI). - The impact of AI on human lives (i.e., learning for AI) is not widely taught in HE. Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 J
  33. 33. AIT project preliminary outcomes - AI is widely taught and researched in HE (i.e., learning about AI). - The impact of AI on human lives (i.e., learning for AI) is not widely taught in HE. - AI is not widely used to support learning in HE (i.e., learning with AI). Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 J
  34. 34. Emerging framework Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 Learning with AI Learning about AI Learning for AI ✔ J
  35. 35. Emerging framework Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 Learning with AI Learning about AI Learning for AI ✔ Intelligent Tutoring Systems Dialogue- based Tutoring Systems Exploratory Learning Environments Automatic writing evaluation ITS+ Language Learning Chatbots Augmented and Virtual Reality Learning Network Orchestrators Learning Analytics ✔ (✔) J
  36. 36. National examples of learning with AI in HE PT - ABC Teach (learning analytics, fuzzy logic and affective computing) - Learning Scorecard (descriptive learning analytics) - ModEst (temporal data mining, predictive analytics, Markov chain modelling) Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 J
  37. 37. National examples of learning with AI in HE PT - ABC Teach (learning analytics, fuzzy logic and affective computing) - Learning Scorecard (descriptive learning analytics) - ModEst (temporal data mining, predictive analytics, Markov chain modelling) Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 DK - Area 9 (an intelligent tutoring system) - Damvad Analytics (learning analytics, Southern Denmark University) - AI in Business Economics (exploratory learning environment J
  38. 38. National examples of learning with AI in HE PT - ABC Teach (learning analytics, fuzzy logic and affective computing) - Learning Scorecard (descriptive learning analytics) - ModEst (temporal data mining, predictive analytics, Markov chain modelling) Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 UK - Ada (a student-support chatbot, Bolton College) - OU Analyse (learning analytics, Open University) - Scholarly Knowledge Mining (KMI) DK - Area 9 (an intelligent tutoring system) - Damvad Analytics (learning analytics, Southern Denmark University) - AI in Business Economics (exploratory learning environment J
  39. 39. Dissemination - Erasmus+ Project Results Platform; - Project website https://learninghub.smartlearning.dk/projekter/artificial; - Social networking (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram); - Websites, newsletters and press releases by each institution; - Workshops, seminars and a final conference; - Articles published in Journals and conferences. Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 J
  40. 40. Some answers from you: Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 J ?
  41. 41. References - Holmes, W., Bialik, M. and Fadel, C. (2019). Artificial Intelligence in Education: Promises and Implications for Teaching and Learning. Boston, MA: The Center for Curriculum Redesign. - Kukulska-Hulme, A., Beirne, E., Conole, G., Costello, E., Coughlan, T., Ferguson, R., FitzGerald, E., Gaved, M., Herodotou, C., Holmes, W., Mac Lochlainn, C., Nic Giollamhichil, M., Rienties, B., Sargent, J., Scanlon, E., Sharples, M. and Whitelock, D. (2020). Innovating Pedagogy 2020: Open University Innovation Report 8. Milton Keynes: The Open University. - Luckin, R., Holmes, W., Forcier, L. and Griffiths, M. (2016). Intelligence Unleashed. An Argument for AI in Education. London: Pearson. - Zawacki-Richter, O., Marín, V. I., Bond, M. and Gouverneur, F. (2019) ‘Systematic review of research on artificial intelligence applications in higher education – where are the educators?’, International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education, vol. 16, no. 1 [Online]. DOI: 10.1186/s41239-019-0171-0 Project 2019-1-DK01-KA203-060293 J

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