Alloprof improves its services for artificial intelligence

Press Release – After two years of absence due to COVID-19, Ministerial level examinations in primary and secondary schools have returned this year. Integrating new features related to artificial intelligence, Alloprof continues to improve its resources to support academic success. On its web platform.

“Assessment can be a source of stress for young people and their parents, especially after the last two school years have been disrupted by Covid. Alloprof has always been there to support them, especially interactive recovery, mini-kops, and over 700 online exercises to encourage kids and correct ideas that aren’t understood upstream, “explains Annie Harvey, Alloprop’s columnist..

A quick, personalized experience for students

Just in time for the final sprint of the year, Alloprof has improved some of its tools with artificial intelligence (AI) to help young people overcome their difficulties more quickly.

As part of its association with the Montreal Institute for Data Valuation, Alloprof was able to conduct two AI projects with a team of university students. The first, set up with the Polytechnic, is a recommendation engine Which automatically provides explanations related to the questions asked by students in Zone D’Antroid. The purpose of this feature is to expedite the resolution of problems encountered by the student, which is a particularly significant benefit during intensive review.

The second AI project, created with the help of École de technologie supérieure, is a voice synthesizer that “reads” aloud educational resources from the Alloprof site, especially for young people who have difficulty reading or who want to learn otherwise.

“Quebec has a lot of leading players in high technology, especially in AI We are incredibly fortunate to work with these people to enhance our ability to support learning solutions. With their contribution, Alloprof has the greatest ambition for the success of our students! 6, Alloproff spokesman Mark-Antoine rejoices in Tangua.

“At the end of the school year, which is returning to normalcy, it is imperative for our government to put in place all possible means to help Quebec students live better on exams. Alloprof was a key player during the epidemic in developing various innovative ways to promote academic success. We are pleased to support the development of new resource and functionality for the organization, which is in line with the unprecedented digital transformation of the Ministry of Education and the school network for the next few years. One of the most promising ways we can encourage students to take advantage of the latest technology is to help students with academic difficulties, “said Jean-Franসois Ruberg, Quebec’s Minister of Education.

Diverse and adaptive equipment

Alloprof offers students various tips for a successful study session and reminds them that their team of teachers is available to answer academic questions by text, chat or phone from Monday to Thursday from 5pm to 8pm and Sunday from 1pm to 5pm.

It is also possible to ask questions seven days a week at the Zone D’Antroid collaborative space. Not to forget that the site offers a level and topic correction directory, with over 700 exercises as well as several videos called MiniRécups that allow you to review the material in 30 minutes. Finally, Alloprof’s cyberrevisions go a little deeper and cover the elements planned for the ministry’s main test.

The Alloproof Parents section also offers parents a file to help their children during the year-end exams. There is a complete calendar of ministerial level exams by level and subject, with tools like mind maps and timelines to better capture information for stress reduction activities, planning study and information retention.

About Alloprof

Alloprof employs Quebec students and their parents with academic success by providing free professional and stimulating academic support services. This year, the organization will help more than 550,000 students 60 million times. The organization is supported by many generous partners including the Quebec government, Rio Tinto, Desjardin Foundation, Pathi Family Foundation, Trotier Family Foundation, Telus Foundation for a Better Future, National Bank, RBC Royal Bank, Valero Energy. Foundation of Canada, Departments and Departments of Quebec, SNC-Lavalin, Ubisoft, Hydro-Quebec, Rogers and Télé-Québec. To see all partners, click here.

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