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Should Robots Replace Teachers

Author : Neil Selwyn
ISBN : 1509528954
Genre : Social Science
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Developments in AI, robotics and big data are changing the nature of education. Yet the implications of these technologies for the teaching profession are uncertain. While most educators remain convinced of the need for human teachers, outside the profession there is growing anticipation of a technological reinvention of the ways in which teaching and learning take place. Through an examination of technological developments such as autonomous classroom robots, intelligent tutoring systems, learning analytics and automated decision-making, Neil Selwyn highlights the need for nuanced discussions around the capacity of AI to replicate the social, emotional and cognitive qualities of human teachers. He pushes conversations about AI and education into the realm of values, judgements and politics, ultimately arguing that the integration of any technology into society must be presented as a choice. Should Robots Replace Teachers? is a must-read for anyone interested in the future of education and work in our increasingly automated times.
Category: Social Science

New Laws Of Robotics

Author : Frank Pasquale
ISBN : 9780674975224
Genre : Business & Economics
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Artificial intelligence threatens to disrupt the professions as it has manufacturing. Frank Pasquale argues that law and policy can avert this outcome and promote better ones: instead of replacing humans, technology can make our labor more valuable. Through regulation, we can ensure that AI promotes inclusive prosperity.
Category: Business & Economics

Becoming A Teacher Education Researcher

Author : Diane Mayer
ISBN : 9781913453329
Genre : Education
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You can successfully develop your higher education research profile while balancing the demands of training teachers and administration. While teacher education is key to preparing qualified teachers who can educate pupils for the demands of the twenty-first century, many university-based teacher educators experience conflicting demands in their professional practice. Their lives are often so dominated by teaching and associated work that their aspirations to develop a research profile are hampered. This text explores the critical issues faced by those working in teacher education and how they have negotiated the expectations and requirements of the Academy to establish themselves as leading international teacher education researchers. Through a series of autobiographical cases, this book demonstrates a range of trajectories in different contexts which have facilitated the development of teacher educators' successful research profiles. Understandings and realities of the policy context, the professional context, the research context (including funding, metrics, type of research valued), the institutional context and various personal positionings are examined in order to illuminate stories of research success and demonstrate their relevance to all teacher educators.
Category: Education

What Social Robots Can And Should Do

Author : J. Seibt
ISBN : 9781614997085
Genre : Computers
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Social robotics drives a technological revolution of possibly unprecedented disruptive potential, both at the socio-economic and the socio-cultural level. The rapid development of the robotics market calls for a concerted effort across a wide spectrum of academic disciplines to understand the transformative potential of human-robot interaction. This effort cannot succeed without the special expertise in the study of socio-cultural interactions, norms, and values that humanities research provides. This book contains the proceedings of the conference “What Social Robots Can and Should Do,” Robophilosophy 2016 / TRANSOR 2016, held in Aarhus, Denmark, in October 2016. The conference is the second event in the biennial Robophilosophy conference series, this time combined with an event of the Research Network for Transdisciplinary Studies in Social Robotics (TRANSOR). Featuring 13 plenaries and 74 session and workshop talks, the event turned out to be the world’s largest conference in Humanities research in and on social robotics. The book is divided into 3 sections: Part I and Part III contain the abstracts of plenary lectures and contributions to 6 workshops: Artificial Empathy; Co-Designing Children Robot Interaction; Human-Robot Joint Action; Phronesis for Machine Ethics?; Robots in the Wild; and Responsible Robotics. Part II contains short papers for presentations in 7 thematically organized sessions: methodological issues; ethical tasks and implications; emotions in human robot interactions; education, art and innovation; artificial meaning and rationality; social norms and robot sociality; and perceptions of social robots. The book will be of interest to researchers in philosophy, anthropology, sociology, psychology, linguistics, cognitive science, robotics, computer science, and art. Since all contributions are prepared for an interdisciplinary readership, they are highly accessible and will be of interest to policy makers and educators who wish to gauge the challenges and potentials of putting robots in society.
Category: Computers

Artificial Intelligence Future Mature Development

Author : Johnny Ch Lok
ISBN : 9798557511582
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⦁Can robots be teachable agents to students really?In the future, I believe robots have potential to contribute to education by acting as subordinate learners for students teaching. The benefits that the act of teaching provides for one's own learning have long been recognized, tutoring associated improvements in measures like achievement for the tutor role than the lecturer role. However, scientists had confirmed that human teaching robots has been concerned with learning for the benefit of the robot rather than that of the human.Intelligent autonomous robots are making their way into an increasing range of application areas: Manufacturing, transportation, surveillance and monitoring, rehabilitation, agriculture, service. Hence, if teaching robots can be confirmed to assist teachers to teach students in any schools. It seems that if can be applied to teach manufacturing workers how to produce any products in manufacturing process; it can be applied to teach drivers to drive cars, or teach pilots to control plane engineering machines to fly to sky. So, it can be applied to teach any occupation learners to learn how to operate any engineering machines to replace any human machine training teachers in possible. Hence, it is possible, future one day, robots can be any mahine operating occupation job trainees' teachers ( tutors) or trainers.In education industry aspect, for computer subject example, robotic systems have potential to increase studetn involvement and motivation and to improve the effectiveness of learning. Possible ways in which they could do so range from small personal robots used as teaching tools for areas like programming and computational thinking to move science-fictional future scenanios wirh humanoid robots supplement or even replacing teacher role in schools. Recently " teachable agents" have been used as a tool to help students learn, e.g. s student is tasked with training a simulated computer agent on course material, which can lead to a deeper and more committed understanding on the student's own part. For example, a robotic presence in classrooms may one day help to solve problems of teacher shortage, as learning-by-teaching systems have historically been used to do. And the data about human teaching styles that will be generated by widespread use of teachable robots in classroom settings will be invaluable in developing approaches to help robots learn more effectively from humans, where it is rapid and natural instruction of a robot in a new task.Consequently, whether future robot role is teacher role better or teacher's assistant role or tutor role better in education industry. It depends on the general student's preferable teaching choice in the school. Such as if the school's students prefer to be applied to be taught by human teachers. Then, robots can be choosed to be the school teachers' teaching assistant role to assist the school's teachers' teaching jobs only. Otherwise, if the school students prefer to be accepted to be taught by robots. Then, robots can be choosed to be the school teachers' role to replace human teachers to teach students in the school. Thus, future robots can be either teacher role or teacher's assistant or tutor role for child age, young age or adult age student learning consumers in any primary or secondary or university in future robot computer educational machine development.
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Advances In Medicine

Author : Raman Viswanathan
ISBN : UOM:39015009551618
Genre : Internal medicine
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Category: Internal medicine

Kilobaud Microcomputing

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ISBN : UOM:39015029621748
Genre : Minicomputers
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Category: Minicomputers

Connect Teachers Edition 4

Author : Jack C. Richards
ISBN : 0521594820
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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Connect, First Edition, is a fun, 4-level, multi-skills American English course especially written and designed for young adolescents. The comprehensive, interleaved Teacher's Edition 4 provides teaching support for Student's Book 4, which is a high-intermediate-level text for students aged 11-15. Teacher's Edition 4 provides step-by-step instructions to present, practice, and review all new language. It also features the audio scripts, optional exercises, and informative notes. The back of Teacher's Edition 4 contains a rich source of support materials, many of which are copiable.
Category: Foreign Language Study

Encyclopedia Of Business

Author : John G. Maurer
ISBN : 0810391872
Genre : Business
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Intended to be of use to researchers and professionals as they investigate major business concentrations and theories, this reference work covers: business ethics; accountants and accounting; finance; public relations; valuation; advertising; global marketing; cross-cultural/international communication; international monetary fund; world bank; doing business in Japan; doing business in China; doing business in Africa; NAFTA; family leave; and globalization.
Category: Business

Becoming A Teacher

Author : Forrest W. Parkay
ISBN : 0205162940
Genre : Education
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Substantially revised, this book highlights 21st century teaching practices and issues to help readers discover what it takes to become professional teachers. Becoming a Teacher expands its emphasis on "mentoring" and contemporary trends and topics, giving greater coverage to technology and social issues. Case studies and discussions of teacher leadership encourage interactions with the concepts presented. The fifth edition of Becoming a Teacher provides the tools and information necessary to answer the questions "What does it take to become a professional teacher?" and "Do I want to teach?" For pre-service and in-service teachers.
Category: Education

Education In The 80 S Speech Communication

Author : Gustav W. Friedrich
ISBN : UOM:39015003580654
Genre : Communication orale - Étude et enseignement - États-Unis
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Taken together, the 20 chapters in this book provide many suggestions, predictions, alternatives, innovations, and improvements in the speech communication curriculum that can be either undertaken or accomplished during the 1980s. The first five chapters speculate positively about the future of speech communication instruction in five of its most common settings--elementary schools, secondary schools, community colleges, colleges and universities, and the world of work. Chapters 6 through 15 focus on an alphabetized arrangement of the major content areas for speech communication instruction as categorized by the National Center for Education Statistics, including communication theory, intercultural communication, interpersonal communication, mass communication, oral interpretation, organizational communication, pragmatic communication, public address, and rhetorical theory. The remaining five chapters discuss instructional topics of special concern for speech communication teachers, such as oral communication as a basic skill, learning styles, instructional strategies, the training of teachers, and the special needs of handicapped, reticent, gifted, bilingual, and female students. (RL)
Category: Communication orale - Étude et enseignement - États-Unis

The Arithmetic Teacher

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ISBN : UCSC:32106008348614
Genre : Arithmetic
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The Technology Teacher

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ISBN : UOM:39015081731625
Genre : Industrial arts
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Category: Industrial arts

Gifted International

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ISBN : UOM:39015043368227
Genre : Gifted children
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Parliamentary Debates Hansard

Author : Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons
ISBN : UVA:X030452578
Genre : Great Britain
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Contains the 4th session of the 28th Parliament through the session of the Parliament.
Category: Great Britain