The following article from Christopher Chase discusses the similarities and differences between Artificial Intelligence-based learning and the Multiple Intelligences approach.
Both the AI and MI approach steps to transition away from high stakes testing. They both hope to provide an education that are personalized based on the students’ needs.
For Chase, however, there is a huge difference in these two approaches. While one is geared towards hyper-individualiced learning, the other is focused on developing creative skills and community learning. Unlike the AI-based approach, the MI approach hopes to help each child to actualize their full potentials in various fields of life.
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