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AI in Education has become a reality, bringing the system to a crossroads. We have to choose if we want to keep going on the same path that will become obsolete in a few years. Or we choose a daunting, undiscovered path that has great potential. In the not so distant past, AI was limited to running algorithms, and now it is becoming a part of our daily work and learning. Like many other industries, education has been impacted by the emergence and popularity of AI programmes.
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Questioning is the basis of a teaching task. All teaching and learning lie in the art of questioning. Questioning deepens the process of learning and promotes imagination and problem-solving. It satisfies curiosity and helps increase creativity in a learning environment.
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Assertive discipline is a systematic and structured approach that assists educators to run an organised, teacher-in-charge classroom environment, developed by Lee and Marlene Canter in the 1970s. Due to the undesirable behaviour of students occurring in classrooms and teachers not being able to control it. Canter identified a lack of training in the behaviour management area in a classroom setting. They developed an easy-to-learn approach to help teachers in becoming captains of their classrooms.
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Effective learning takes place when all the senses are stimulated. Laird (1985) stated that for learning to occur the five senses of sight, hearing, touch, smell and taste need to be stimulated. The theory suggests that if multi-senses are stimulated there is a greater chance of learning to take place. Therefore, it is suggested to adapt your approaches and resources to the use of as many senses as possible for learners to relate to the concept being discussed in a learning environment.
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The term PESTLE analysis is mostly used in a business context. It is an abbreviation for Political, Economic, Social, Technological, Legal and Environmental analysis of factors. These terms help in giving a broader perspective of the dynamic environment related to its particulars. However, it can be used for determining the future prospects of not only trading activities but also of intangible services. It ranges from FMCGs to providing services, for instance - teaching.
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Carl Rogers (1902-1987) was a humanistic psychologist. He supported the views of Maslow and added; an environment with genuineness, acceptance and empathy is needed for a person to grow. Rogers believed that a person reaches to self-actualisation level when they achieve their goals, wishes and desires at all stages of their life.
Humanistic psychology emphasised the role of an individual in shaping their internal and external world.