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This paper explores the role of Artificial Intelligence in education (AIEd) with an emphasis on the use of chatbots to promote students’ learning outcomes and grit characteristics. This paper proposes a framework derived from the deliberate practice and technology acceptance model (TAM). Understanding the importance of teachers’ perspectives and support of students, this framework presents a means to empower students’ learning in a non-threatening yet productive manner while captivating the grit personality which is predicted to be the key component in long-term success. Additionally, the pilot study proposes a future research design that can analyze the effectiveness of the presented framework. By addressing these challenges, this paper contributes to the ongoing discourse on the effective implementation of AIEd in the educational sphere.

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Aug 16th, 12:00 AM

AI Chatbots in Classrooms: Promoting Grit Characteristics in Students

This paper explores the role of Artificial Intelligence in education (AIEd) with an emphasis on the use of chatbots to promote students’ learning outcomes and grit characteristics. This paper proposes a framework derived from the deliberate practice and technology acceptance model (TAM). Understanding the importance of teachers’ perspectives and support of students, this framework presents a means to empower students’ learning in a non-threatening yet productive manner while captivating the grit personality which is predicted to be the key component in long-term success. Additionally, the pilot study proposes a future research design that can analyze the effectiveness of the presented framework. By addressing these challenges, this paper contributes to the ongoing discourse on the effective implementation of AIEd in the educational sphere.

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