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Education - Startup Digest - September 23rd - September 30th

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Education

September 23, 2016

Our week's menu on tech in schools.

Starters: Artificial Intelligence, its cornerstone –big data-, and examples of AI bots.
Main course: Personalized learning.
Dessert: A pedagogical model to generate different learning strategies.

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Deborah Chang - Educator Entrepreneur

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Jessica Falkenthal - Education Community + Growth Strategist

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The Beginner’s Guide to Artificial Intelligence For Educators

Aj Juliani - Juliani’s blog

Artificial intelligence is already all around us. This article gives some general examples of AI and explains the basics of how it works. Brilliant. Most interestingly, it gives examples of three specific implications that could disrupt education: 

1. The death of standardized tests. 
2. A different definition of learning.
3. The emergence of AI buddies.

Do you agree?

Critical questions for big data in education

Ben Williamson - Code Acts in Education

The critical questions:

- How is ‘big data’ being conceptualized in relation to education?
- What theories  of learning underpin big data-driven educational technologies?
- Who ‘owns’ educational big data?
- Who can ‘afford’ educational big data?
- Can educational big data provide a real-time alternative to temporally discrete assessment techniques and bureaucratic policymaking?
- Is student data replacing student voice?
- Do teachers need ‘data literacy’?
- What ethical frameworks are required for educational big data analysis and data science studies?

Infographic: The bot platform ecosystem

Jon Bruner - Stephen Downes’ blog

"This infographic is only a small shard of the emerging ecosystem but it serves to highlight the developing market of AI bot platforms (Siri, Cortana, Now) along with messaging (Messenger, Allo, Skype) and the underlying AI -as-a-service (Watson, Alexa, Luis) and bot frameworks (Wit.ai, BotKit, Bot Framework)."

Personalized Learning in 2016: What’s Working, What’s Missing

Tom Vander Ark - Getting Smart

Since 2009, we've had the following:

Signs of Progress
1. Connectivity. Broadband connectivity and student access devices.
2. Emerging Framework.
3. School Models.
4. Platforms.
5. Tools.
6. Microcredentials. Digital form of certification that indicate when a person has demonstrated competence in a specific skill set.

Barriers
1. Narrow Framework. Let's include cognitive factors and the traumatic effects of poverty.
2. Combining formative.
3. Broader aims. Include social emotional learning and productive mindsets.
4. Tradition and policy.
5. Technical difficulty.
6. Community engagement.

[Research] Learning strategies: a synthesis and conceptual model

John A C Hattie & Gregory M Donoghue - Nature

After a meta-analysis of >400 learning strategies, researchers propose the following:

- Do not separate "how to learn" and "creativity skills" from learning content.
- Define success.
- Match strategies with phases of learning. What's effective when acquiring deep learning is not necessarily effective for transferring skills.

The information is way too comprehensive to summarize fully though, so we highly recommend you dive into this information, particularly as startup founders with instructional products should use best-in-class research to guide product development.

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