Teacher chatbot avatars for Questioning


Teachers may use artificial intelligence chatbot avatar to help increase social engagement 24X7 so that no student is left behind. 





Engage learners

• Provide instant answers and increased learner engagement by using decision trees to guide students    within a    series of questions and answers to understand each topic better.
Integrate Interactive content, such as video tutorials.
• Edkairos chatbots use gamification to deeply engage students in adaptive learning experiences. 

Help teachers teach

Powerful virtual assistants for teachers.
Handle many repetitive or administrative tasks and help teachers create more detailed learning plans and resources. 

Teachers can use chatbots to inform students and parents about:

Lessons, curriculums and assessments


Chatbots answer repetitive questions from students about deadlines, exercises, and lessons 


Score tests

Chatbots can administer and score multiple choice tests.

Provide meaningful feedback

Teachers can then get anonymous or individual feedback from students on lessons or presentations.

Track student engagement. 

Teachers can track student participation and interaction with course work, and send additional material to students who missed classes or encourage them to ask questions about the assignments via the chatbot. 

More chatbot Features & Functions For Students & Teachers

• Answer questions about deadlines, lesson plans, and curriculums.
• Improve access by teachers, students and administrators to standards and assessment models.
• Help students understand difficult concepts in a personalized way.
• Using machine learning and artificial intelligence allows bots to draw context from a conversation and    reply in a way that is personal, engaging, and conversational.
• Each task that a bot can handle instead of an educator gives them more time to focus on their primary    role: educating. 


More specifically, teacher can use chatbots for education to: Provide details about lessons or assignments.
Instead of having to answer repetitive questions from students about deadlines, exercises, and lessons, teachers can employ chatbots to ensure students have the information they need.

Yes. Education chatbot templates created in the Tars Chatbot Builder function like regular webpages.
This means that they can support every single language that your browser supports.

The value proposition is simple. If you use an education chatbot, the number of information requests that you receive every month will go up by 2-3x.

Chatbots are well secured. They protect user information from criminals, so it is safe to interact with them or integrate them into your business. One has to be very careful online. Only open links and text messages sent by people you trust so your system won't be compromised.

Privacy is another area of concern when it comes to the use of bots. It’s important to maintain the security of the bot’s input and output databases in order to avoid the loss of sensitive corporate information or private user information. Users need to know that the questions they ask and the interactions they have with your bots will remain private and secure.

If a parent was looking for information about how to enroll their child at your school, and entered the phrase ‘how to enroll’ into your chatbot tool, the chatbot would pick up on the keyword ‘enroll’ and produce a pre-programmed response attached to that word. From here, the chatbot could the parent to a specific page on your school website where they can learn more about your enrollment process. 

Artificial intelligence (AI), natural language processing (NLP), and machine learning are chatbot underlying technologies.
They bring chatbot innovation, hence brand communication, to an entirely new personalized level. 

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