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Artificial Intelligence & Efficiency

Curriculum Research Specialist

Ashleigh Franco, Ed.D.

Promising Pedagogical Practices

Bite-sized research insights to inform teachers' and leaders' instructional and curricular practices.

How can AI increase efficiency?

Teachers work 50 hours/week on average (across the US, Canada, UK, and Singapore); the average number of hours and teacher turnover is greater than 16% per year for teachers in the United States.

Differentiation

Teachers spend 49% of their time interacting with students. This means teachers spend less time providing direct instruction than other job-related tasks (e.g., preparation, evaluation, and administrative duties).

(Bryant et al. 2020 p. 3)

(Bryant et al. 2020 p. 3)

“Rather than replacing teachers, existing and emerging technologies will help them do their jobs better and more efficiently."

(Bryant et al. 2020 p. 3)

Existing technology can automate 20% to 40% of teachers' tasks, which equates to approximately 13 hours per week! McKinsey researchers estimate that technology could cut prep time nearly in half.

(Bryant et al. 2020 p. 2)

“Many of the attributes that make good teachers great are the very things that AI or other technology fails to emulate."

(Bryant et al. 2020 p. 2)

Examples include:

  • Inspiring students

(Bryant et al. 2020 p. 2)

  • Building positive classroom climates

  • Resolving conflicts

  • Creating connection and belonging

  • Mentoring students

  • Seeing the world from students' unique vantage points

  • Coaching students

Stay tuned for more!