Students will now have easier access to Google Classroom to complete assignments that are causing them difficulty in their progress.
And it is that Google’s educational platform now features an AI-based feature that will provide students with clues and other guiding elements to encourage them to finish tasks effectively. Practice Sets will activate the new feature when students verify the assigned assignments’ results.
A push-based approach to task completion that focuses on guiding resources.
As a result, following the first validation, which yielded an inaccurate result, the new feature will provide a first hint that will aid in the task’s development. It will provide an arsenal of educational and guidance resources in the possible subsequent verifications, allowing the learner to unlock the mind and complete the tasks to the conclusion.
The latest update will also accept legitimate solutions that are theoretically similar.
Teachers will also be aware of instances where students have received verifications with inaccurate results and will be able to identify areas where their students may have failed in general in the prescribed activities to reinforce them.
It’s a feature that may be turned on and off as needed. As teachers carry out their duties in the classroom, the Artificial Intelligence system will be able to detect what subject it is.
Finally, it’s about empowering students to move forward, avoiding demoralization in circumstances where they’re stuck because they don’t know how to continue developing the tasks given to them, and ensuring that all students believe that completing the functions is possible.
Practice Sets is in beta, for the time being, allowing the algorithm to enhance its grading system and suggested resources before graduating to stability.