M&M Podcast #2: Bots and the Teacher Function

‘‘What would it look like if we imagine the teacher working in partnership with the code, and / or with artificial intelligence, to offer a new kind of teaching? I think we need to move away from understanding automated teaching as a response to some kind of deficit in teachers. Rather, we need to think about automation as being a chance to make teaching and learning radically better. I think that it is really useful to approach these questions from a non-anthropocentric position”

Bayne, S. & Jandric, P. 2017, ‘From anthropocentric humanism to critical posthumanism in digital education’ Knowledge Cultures, vol. 5, no. 2, pp. 197-216. 

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