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Alexa in the Classroom? Amazon’s

Voice Assistant Leads Kids’ Story Time

Summary by: Angelina I. T. Kiser, Ph.D.

Disciplines & Topics: Information Technology

Sectors: Technology

Competencies: CommunicationInnovation / Entrepreneurship

Summary Types: Case Study

Created on: 6/13/2019



More technology in the classroom. Should teaching be left to the teachers?


Voice-powered recognition in the classroom may be the wave of the future, but it must be made better than it is now and prove to be a successful educational tool and not just another gimmick. Educators themselves have raised questions about whether voice technology and other tech gadgets are contributing to students' learning or if that money could be spent on other resources. When it comes to Alexa in the classroom, parents have both educational effectiveness and privacy concerns after Alexa was accused of violating the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act with its smart speakers.

Startup Bamboo Learning Inc. is attempting to move into the educational realm, launching three Alexa skills — its terminology for apps — that are short lessons and quizzes on music theory, math, and reading. The company also launched a fourth skill when they partnered with Highlights for Children, the seventy-three-year-old children’s magazine. However, when the storybook program was used with a focus group of kids, it "left something to be desired," according to the article. Bamboo's goal is to find a niche with kids and parents. The next step would be the classroom.

Key Learning Points

  • Understand the challenges tech companies face in getting accepted into educational settings. 

  • Describe the concerns of parents and educators with respect to technology.


  • Discuss the pros and cons of using technology in the classroom at the elementary-school level. 

  • List five classroom technology tools and describe how they are being used. 

Discussion Questions

  • Do you think that technology in the classroom is becoming too overused? Explain. 

  • What areas of education do you believe are best suited for technology? Explain. 

Assessment Questions

  • Startup Bamboo Learning Inc. launched a storybook program in partnership with ______________. 

  • Amazon's voice assistant has been caught up recently in debates about ______________.

  • What debate are educators having about technology in the classroom?

  • Bamboo Learning Inc. is hoping to carve out a niche as what? 

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