The impact of Artificial Intelligence on Learning, Teaching and Education

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is currently high on the political and research agendas around the world. With the emergence of every new technology, there is always both a lot of hype and scepticism around its implications for society and the economy. Although acknowledging that the foundations for AI have been already around for several decades, recent technological breakthroughs are accelerating what AI could do.

This study looks at what this could mean for learning, teaching, and education. It aims to provide a critical review and prospective angle on relevant AI developments as a basis for well-informed policyoriented discussions about the future of these domains.

SELFIE: an effective tool in a time of educational disruption

The Coronavirus pandemic has resulted in school and university closures in almost all countries, affecting up to 91 % of learners worldwide. Using digital technologies for teaching and learning effectively has become – from one day to another – crucial for general and Vocational Education and Training (VET) schools. The SELFIE tool can support them on this new and challenging journey, providing a snapshot of where they stand and giving a voice to the whole school community, including students, on what can be done for a more effective use of technology for teaching and learning at school and at home.

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EU Skills Profile Tool for Third Country Nationals

The multilingual EU Skills Profile Tool for Third Country Nationals is intended for use by organisations offering assistance to Third Country Nationals. It helps to map the skills, qualifications and work experiences of the third country nationals and to give them personalised advice on further steps, e.g. a referral to recognition of diplomas, skills validation, further training or employment support services.

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Digital Opportunity traineeships: boosting digital skills on the job

The Digital Opportunity traineeship initiative will provide cross-border traineeships for up to 6,000 students and recent graduates between 2018 and 2020. The aim is to give students of all disciplines the opportunity to get hands on digital experience in fields demanded by the market.

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