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Decoding the hype: can AI help create accessible and inclusive student learning?

Artificial intelligence (AI) is touted as having the potential to revolutionise the way students learn and teachers teach. Among the benefits, AI can help prepare students for the challenges of the digital age, develop 21st Century skills and provide personalised feedback. However, there are many challenges including the need for technical expertise and ethical concerns. Should we believe the hype?

In this OECD webinar, educators, policy makers and technology developers explore the potential of AI in creating accessible and inclusive learning environments. They will discuss personalised learning, examining how AI can support tailored educational experiences that respect diversity in classrooms, and talk about the future impacts of AI in equity and inclusion in education.

Speakers include:

  • Wayne Holmes, Associate Professor at the University College London (UCL)
  • Nikol Rummel, Research Professor at the Center for Advanced Internet Studies
  • Emile Kroeger, United Robotics Group Moderated by Duncan Crawford, Senior Content Manager, OECD Directorate for Education and Skills


February 6, 2024
12:00 pm
- 1:00 PM