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Isabella Liu



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AI presents both opportunities and challenges in education, impacting teachers and students in significant ways. From the teachers' perspective, integrating AI into education can increase productivity. By streamlining administrative tasks, designing unique learning experiences, and providing valuable insights into student performance, teachers’ time can be focused on relationship building with students. However, it also brings challenges that must be addressed in order to implement the use of technology effectively. One major challenge for teachers adapting AI into their teaching practice is a lack of training or experience. This knowledge gap requires comprehensive and long-term professional development programs to empower teachers with the skills needed to leverage AI efficiently. Another challenge is the growing concern that teachers may be eventually replaced by AI, despite the observation that it cannot replace the nuanced interactions teachers form with their students. Teachers must navigate this balance, leveraging AI to ease and automate administrative tasks such as grading assignments and providing feedback to enhance their teaching practice, rather than supplant it. From the students' perspective, AI in education presents opportunities for personalized learning experiences tailored to their individual needs and preferences. AI-powered adaptive learning platforms can analyze students' strengths and weaknesses, providing targeted support and resources to help them succeed. However, students may also face similar challenges as teachers when adapting to AI-driven learning environments in terms of lack of training or experience. In conclusion, while AI holds promise for revolutionizing education, it also presents challenges that must be addressed to maximize its benefits and minimize potential risks. Teachers and students must be equipped with the knowledge and skills to navigate the complexities of AI in education responsibly and ethically.

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