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Taking the digitization of school seriously

The Norwegian government now is working to overbridge the digital divide for the next step of the digitization of school. In this spirit, it is starting eight new projects for further training of teachers to improve their digital competence. The method that will be used to focus on a flexible and adaptable curriculum to the individual teacher’s work situation. The themes of the courses are programming and robotics in the industry, and how the working… Continue reading

Digital Society Education – Introducing AI to all fields of study

If you want transformation and change, start with yourselves, is a motto with a lot of truth. In this spirit, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is taking the lead in the development and integration of computing and artificial intelligence, with a special focus on the ethical aspects of the development. The power of computing and AI will be integrated into all fields of study at MIT, which besides bringing better learning environments also is expected… Continue reading

Enrich educational impact with support of AI

LEARNING DESIGN IN PRACTICE FOR EVERYBODY  > PART5 > NEW SECTION MAY 23 2018 Artificial intelligence could be a bridge. The connector to improve human interaction and adapting education in accordance with individual preferences and skills. And at the same time, automating administrative tasks in the educational process to make more room for learning and teaching. Data is here the AI language to make it all work. Last thing first, the process of grading homework,… Continue reading

Latest News: Soon possible to choose coding as a school subject

eLearningworld News from Norway Pupils in 30 Norwegian municipalities will have the opportunity to choose coding in their school education. The Minister of Education Torbjørn Røe Isaksen comment the pilot-project in the following way: “An important reason to introduce coding as a choice is to increase the pupils’ interest for technology and science. Through coding the pupils receive knowledge that science is creative and exciting, and not least these competences are important in the future.”… Continue reading