Teacher-Student Relationship in the Age of Artificial Intelligence
A defining aspect of our modern age is our tenacious belief in technology in all walks of life， not least in education. It could be argued that this infatuation with technology or techno — philiayin education has had a deep impact on the classroom relationship between teacher and student， as well as between students; that is， these relations have become increasingly more I-It than I-Thou based because the capacity to form bonds， the level of connectedness between teacher and students， and between students has either decreased or become impaired by the increasing technol-ogisation of education. Running parallel to this and perhaps exacerbating the problem is the so-called process of lear-nificationy， which understands that teachers are mere facilitators of the learning process， rather than some experts who has something to teach others. In this article，I first assess the current technologisation of education and the impact it has had in relations within the classroom second， I characterize Buber^s I-It and I-Thou relations and its implications for education; Finally， I investigate through a thought experiment if the development of AI could one day successfully replace human teachers in the classroom.
|關鍵詞||马丁•布伯、师生关系、技术癖、人工智能、Martin Buber、teacher-student relations、learnification、techno-philia、AI、CSSCI|