A Radical Afterthought: We Know Who the Students Are, but Who Will Be the Teachers?
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Abstract: I ponder what the rapid progress of AI means for education in the 21st century. Is it feasible to expect embodied autonomous tools that, through participatory sense-making, can construct knowledge ready to be taught to students?
Riegler A. (2023) A radical afterthought: We know who the students are, but who will be the teachers? Constructivist Foundations 18(2): 348–350. https://constructivist.info/18/2/348
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