Dr Poppy Gibson, Course Lead and Senior Lecturer in Primary Education, Anglia Ruskin University

This text provides a plethora of activities and insights into how artificial intelligence can be utilised positively to support learning, reduce teacher workload, and inspire pupils in our primary classrooms.

It will be especially useful for educators who are feeling anxious about adopting artificial intelligence into their teaching, as Gemma Clark helps explain how to use AI in an accessible and purposeful way, thereby removing the fear of this new technology and instead fostering excitement and inspiration.

All primary curriculum subject areas are covered, as well as a wide range of extracurricular areas where AI can be employed, such as in outdoor learning spaces, in assemblies, and even in after-school clubs.

An inclusive approach is carefully considered in this text, with specific chapters exploring how AI can support pupil well-being, staff well-being, and learners, including those who are neurodivergent.

If you haven’t considered how AI can reduce your teacher workload, aid personalised learning, and help you to restore a more comfortable work–life balance, then this is the book for you!

Bethan | 01/02/2024 14:35
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