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Promises and Implications for Teaching and Learning

What will education look like as it is transformed by AI?

Book cover for Artificial Intelligence in Education: Promises and Implications for Teaching and Learning by M. Bialik, C. Fadel, and W. Holmes

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“Artificial Intelligence in Education is really two books in one: the first presents a comprehensive curriculum framework for 21st century learning; the second is a thorough survey of the uses of AI in learning. It is an invaluable resource for those concerned with the future of education.” —Tony Wagner, best-selling author of The Global Achievement Gap and Creating Innovators

“…a must read for educators and all stakeholders interested the future of education which will be impacted – and more than likely transformed – by AI…By staying rooted in the science of learning, the authors provide a critical lens on both the potential benefits and risks of AI without hyping the technology.” 
Jim Flanagan,Chief Operating and Strategy Officer, The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)


The landscape for education has been rapidly changing in the last years: demographic changes affecting the makeup of families, multiple school options available to children, wealth disparities, the global economy demanding new skills from workers, and continued breakthroughs in technology are some of the factors impacting education. Given these changes, how can education continue to prepare students for the future and increase its relevance?

The emergence of Artificial Intelligence (AI) has exacerbated the need to have these conversations.  Its impact on education and the multiple possibilities that it offers are putting pressure on educational leaders to reformulate the “What” (school curriculum) and the “How” (channels to deliver it).