Self-coaching with ai: developing thinking skills, thinking dispositions, and well-being

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CONFERENCE: ICOT 18 - International Conference on Thinking - Cultivating Mindsets for Global Citizens

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Malafronte, Olivier; Reddin, Isla; van den Brink-Budgen, Roy
Adult and Continuing Education; Artificial Intelligence and Robotics; Cognition and Perception; Counselor Education; Curriculum and Instruction; Developmental Psychology; Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research; Educational Methods; Educational Psychology; Entrepreneurial and Small Business Operations; Higher Education and Teaching; Online and Distance Education; Organizational Communication; Scholarship of Teaching and Learning; Student Counseling and Personnel Services; Technology and Innovation
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Being motivated by the need to address the challenges of our Volatile Uncertain Complex Ambiguous world, we strive to create tools to improve people’s lives and help them become more resilient, resourceful, self-confidant, and successful.In a digital world, we must understand how to efficiently connect to digital systems. Connecting “with AI” doesn’t mean spending more time on digital devices, but spending time in a deliberate way with purpose and intentional learning outcomes.As a society, we want to see graduates with emotional intelligence and reflective skills in order to address global economic and social issues. As for jobs that do not exist now, the only way to equip students is to provide them with self-confidence and critical thinking skills to create the job they want and believe in.As a practical strategy, AI can be used to prepare creative and innovative citizens to help to solve these current and future global issues.