15th International Conference on Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning
Springer New York LLC
This symposium will provide opportunities for discussion about how Artificial Intelligence can support ambitious learning practices in CSCL. To the extent that CSCL can be a lever for educational equitable educational change, AI needs to be able to support the kinds of practices that afford agency to students and teachers. However, AI also brings to the fore the need to consider equity and ethics. This interactive session will provide opportunities to discuss these issues in the context of the examples presented here.
Hmelo-Silver, C. E., Puntambekar, S., Glazewski, K.,Lawrence, L., Rummel, N., Aleven, V., ... Worsley, M. (2022). AI and ambitious learning practices. Symposium conducted at the 15th Annual Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning. International Society of the Learning Sciences. Hiroshima, Japan
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