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Machine learning will revolutionize the education sector as it can increase the effectiveness of learning.
FREMONT, CA: Old school teachers have trouble getting used to computers with the ability to think and learn. Telling them that machine learning would revolutionize the field of education typically falls on deaf ears. However, they will have to come to terms with this new fact sooner or later. Here are some of the benefits of machine learning in education.
Increasing effectiveness- Machine learning in the form of artificial intelligence can make teachers more successful by completing tasks such as management of classrooms, scheduling, etc. In exchange, teachers are free to concentrate on things that cannot be done by AI and that require a human touch.
Learning analytics- In the context of learning analytics, machine learning can help teachers gain insight into knowledge that cannot be gathered by using the human brain. Computers will carry out deep dives into data in this capacity, sifting through millions of pieces of information and creating links and assumptions that positively affect the teaching and learning process.
Analytics of preaching- Machine learning may draw conclusions about things that could happen in the future in predictive analytics.
Adaptive learning- Machine learning may be used to remedy failing students or challenge gifted ones in the form of adaptive learning. Adaptive learning is a technology-driven or online instructional system that analyzes a student's output in real-time and, based on that data, modifies teaching methods, and the curriculum.
Individualized learning- To give each student an individualized educational experience, machine learning in the form of personalized learning could be used. Personalized learning is an instructional model in which learners direct their knowledge, go at their speed, and make their own choices on what to learn in certain instances.
Appraisal- Machine learning in the form of artificial intelligence can be used more reliably than a person can to grade student assignments and exams.