With booming investment in the US and ambitious UK government investment plans in place, it’s no surprise that AI is hotly tipped to be one of the key trends at BETT 2019. But how can schools and education businesses use the benefits of this transformative technology NOW to support teachers and raise educational outcomes?
85% of students have improved learning outcomes when they have access to an Internet for education with Wizenoze’s AI technology
- AI technology supports students and improves their educational attainment
- Enables teachers to find and share high quality online resources
- Secures partner deals with key global education businesses
London – Wednesday 23 January 2019 – With booming investment in the US and ambitious UK government investment plans in place, it’s no surprise that AI is hotly tipped to be one of the key trends at BETT 2019. But how can schools and education businesses use the benefits of this transformative technology NOW to support teachers and raise educational outcomes?
Research commissioned by Wizenoze (Stand C83), who have developed the Web for Classrooms (WfC) to give students access to a tailored internet for education, gives a clear indication of the classroom benefits of using advanced AI technology. The research shows that 84% of students make more progress towards their lesson objectives with WfC than when using traditional internet search tools such as Google or Bing. Furthermore, 94% of teachers reported that WfC supported their need to find high quality online content that all students can read and fully understand. Teacher feedback also illustrated how the WfC’s reading level criteria could be used to easily personalise lessons.
This compelling evidence of the positive classroom application of AI technology has captured the interest of major global education businesses. During 2018 Wizenoze signed international deals with key partners including Pearson, Prowise and Tes Global.
Diane Janknegt, CEO and Founder at Wizenoze commented: “These organisations recognize the importance of allowing learners to filter reliable online content that is personalised to their reading level. By integrating WfC into their businesses, Wizenoze’s partners can widen their own range of resources to better support learners and advance their learning outcomes. We’re delighted to be at BETT again this year and look forward to talking to new and existing partners about our unique AI technology.”
Wizenoze will be at BETT 2019 for the third year and will be demonstrating the capability and potential integrations of this award-winning AI technology to partners and visitors. Hear Dr Leila Walker, our UK Director, talk more about our work with Lord Jim Knight between 1615 and 1645 on Friday 25th January in the Schools Theatre. Alternatively, visit Stand C83 to meet the team and find out how Web for Classrooms could transform your product offer to schools by enriching lesson planning and resources.
Wizenoze believes that education is at a tipping point. Large-scale, national efforts to utilize technology in support of remote and online learning are emerging and evolving quickly. The internet could be a great source of information to support learners’ needs. However, students all over the world are faced with a flood of commercially focused, inappropriate, and irrelevant information when searching online. Wizenoze aims to address this by facilitating access to an internet tailored for education. We develop industry-leading AI technology that enables students to search and find content online that matches their learning needs and reading skills.
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