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New Technology for the Classroom: Mobile Devices, Artificial Intelligence, Tutoring Systems, and Robotics

New Technology for the Classroom: Mobile Devices, Artificial Intelligence, Tutoring Systems, and Robotics
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Author(s): Liston William Bailey (University of Phoenix, USA)
Copyright: 2019
Pages: 11
Source title: Educational Technology and the New World of Persistent Learning
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Liston W. Bailey (University of Phoenix, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-6361-7.ch001

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Abstract

New developments in educational technologies are making it possible for teachers to bring technology into the classroom more than ever before. This chapter provides an overview of educational technologies related to mobile devices, artificial intelligence, intelligent tutoring systems, and robotics. As developments in computer technologies advance over time educators will need to cultivate better understanding and skills for using technology with a well conceptualized instructional design. Concepts are offered here to further discussions on how new technologies will support persistent and personalized learning in the not too distant future. Educational leaders must begin to think about on how to incorporate different technologies as well as potential resource constraints that school systems need to consider in order to achieve broader educational technology integration goals.

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