The Morning Breeze w/ Carolyn McArdle & Cort Johnson

The Morning Breeze w/ Carolyn McArdle & Cort Johnson

The Morning Breeze on 98.1 The Breeze in San FranciscoFull Bio


New Study: Teachers Disagree on the Impact of AI

Businessman touching the brain working of Artificial Intelligence (AI) 
Automation, Predictive analytics, Customer service AI-powered chatbot, analyze customer data, business and technology

Photo: Shutthiphong Chandaeng / iStock / Getty Images

A recent study by the AI Education Project revealed that educators are divided on the impact of artificial intelligence on their careers, with nearly half believing it won't significantly affect their employment opportunities.

The survey of over 1,000 K-12 teachers and administrators found that 28% see AI as a boon to their careers, while 25% anticipate a negative impact.

Educators expressed a strong desire for more AI-specific resources, with 80% seeking professional development and 75% supporting a curriculum to enhance students' AI literacy.

Some educators view AI as a tool for personalized learning and improved assessment, while others are concerned about the potential spread of misinformation on platforms like TikTok.

Additionally, the study highlighted the need for clear policies on AI use in education and the potential for AI to enhance personalized education for students.


Sponsored Content

Sponsored Content

98.1 The Breeze Podcasts

See All