By Arianna Prothero
Education Week asked four experts in technology, education, and artificial intelligence to look into their crystal balls and share their thoughts on how AI will likely change teaching and learning.
Here’s what they said:
Michael Horn: “If we’re all being honest, we don’t know”
Horn is the co-founder of the Clayton Christensen Institute, a research group focused on disruptive innovation.
“The leap-frog of ChatGPT caught a lot of us awestruck by what’s possible,” he said.
However, it’s still possible to project to a certain extent how recent advances in AI will augment technologies currently in classrooms, he pointed out. And there are lessons from other moments in history when technology prompted big changes that educators would do well to bear in mind today.