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November 10, 2021 Wednesday 02:08:50 PM IST

RiPPLE Effect of AI in Education

Dr. Hassan Khosravi, a lecturer in Data Science and Learning Analytics at UQ’s Institute for Teaching and Learning Innovation, Queensland University is making changes in tertiary level teaching and learning with the assistance of Artificial Intelligence. He concocted RiPPLE,  an educational tool based on Artificial Intelligence. He has remarked that the program was designed to help students better regulate their learning and spend more time on things that they need help with.

The novelty of the RiPPLE system is that instead of relying on lecturers developing learning material, it partners with students to create and evaluate the content, which not only helps students in their learning and cultivates higher-order thinking, but also reduces the workload of lecturers employing the system in a course. It uses algorithms to adapt learning materials based on student performance, to estimate each student’s skills, and to actively monitor student progress.