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AI's Impact on Teaching With Mr. Adebayo Alomaja

From episode: Transforming STEAM Education: Embracing Authentic Learning and AI for a Brighter Future

teachers are concerned, at least in the iceberg, about the jobs away, but at the same time, according to them, some teachers, that it will make students lazy and all that. But you said because of AI, it will lessen the job or what the teachers do, but it will literally help teachers. The role of teachers, the best practices is to be facilitators, right? So what you're saying is it will enable the teachers to be more of a great designer of lessons and being able to facilitate instructions and learning. Yeah. So can you elaborate more on that because this is of interest. I'm a teacher. Yeah, exactly. What we see happening today is that, as I said, teachers are going to step into their creative age. They are going to become more creative than ever because they are going to be the delivered from old of the demands from the traditional system, right? Teachers are busy with lesson plans. They have to do so many things and so many things and a whole lot of that. But we're going to see that, for example, right now, we have the iTunes that you just keep Curipod. You just give Curipod a prompt and say you want this topic in this class and all you see immediately, within a minute, is just a full blown lesson, right? And not just in terms of value, right? So you see what's in it, how rich and how valuable that can be, right? So teachers are going to become, the teaching profession is going to become more interesting. It's going to become most interesting, right? And teaching is, here I would get teaching to that level and all in all so that teachers can have more time to think beyond the classroom, the school environment, right? Teachers can have more time to collaborate. But one thing I'm saying lately, one thing I've just, part of my latest discoveries is the fact that school needs to move to what I call the partnership age. So right now, teachers need to start collaborating with professionals from other industries. The school of the future is going to become an environment that brings professionals back into the classroom. We say school produces professionals, but right now, school is going to bring them back into the classroom. And to be honest with you, AI, because AI has access to a lot of data, right? So actually it is, if the interest is to make teams, is to encourage collaboration and to also, not only within between teachers, but between teachers and the industry, right? I think AI can facilitate that. The use of AI can facilitate that. If the whole idea is using data, right? The use of AI to inform a decision -making or instruction, I can do a marvelous job in regards to the use of technology, which goes to moving schools to using technology to become technology savvy, right? So it creates, you said that it creates an emergence of global schools, can you elaborate? So talking about global schools, so what we're seeing is that right now it's going to become easy. For example, I work with a school in Georgia, Atlanta, Georgia, as an instructor. And yeah, so I teach math there, right? Of course, that's the school with learners distributed as a global school. So when we talk about global schools, what we're seeing, what we're seeing right now, which is a possibility, is very possible. Like I was speaking to a school owner, I said, all your teachers, you are in Nigeria. I said, all your teachers don't have to be Nigerians. I said that, I said, when we talk about global citizenship, when we see every child in Nigeria, I said global citizenship in every one of us, we are global citizenship in the whole world right now is a global village, right? Global citizenship is not a title. It has to be an experience. It has to be, so I like calling myself a global village evangelist, just talking about a global village, there was this plug into what is a global village, and that's a reality. That's a reality because even right now it's very possible. So schools in Nigeria can get volunteer teachers free of charge that are going to work with your kids, either for personalized learning interventions, or just even as a member of their team, which is to support teachers, there are many teachers, a thousand or one teachers who are happy and who are willing to work in that kind of setting, right? Because they also want to reach their portfolio and say, oh, I've been able to work with kids from, right? So global globalization is something that people are loving these days. That's what's happening on LinkedIn. What drove all of us to, what makes us excited about LinkedIn is globalization. We're loving it. We're enjoying it. We're able to reach people, the diversification, equity, the DER, one of the few, what is a global village? We are connected. We don't want to be separated. We want to sell ourselves as one, right? So we see these factors as promoters, as drivers of concepts like the global school, right? So we are going to see more and more things like that.

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