How can AI help with measuring what is important (social and emotional skills, creativity, collaboration, critical thinking) and not just want is easy to measure (literacy and numeracy)? How do we promote equity between different groups and not discriminate against any learners? Where could we be in 10 years with the right guidance, support and […]Read More What are the opportunities for radically transforming educator and learner experiences?
This opinion piece is part of Reinventing Schools for the Future and was originally published on Nesta, a global innovation foundation. For so long in education, reliance on rigid testing methods has led to an overemphasis on academic achievement at the expense of our children’s wellbeing. Some of the most valuable aspects of education are […]Read More Can we build a more inclusive education system as part of our recovery from the pandemic?
We live in a world driven by automation.They call it the 4th industrial revolution. Education system needs a transformation.Schools want to teach empathy & collaboration. China and Japan, once leaders in memorisation,Have now reversed this to skills in innovation. We live in a knowledge economy with AI adoption & data proliferation. The irony is that […]Read More UK Finally Acts to Prevent a Lost Generation
It was a privilege to be invited to the APPG AI evidence meeting, chaired by Stephen Metcalfe and Lord Tim Clement-Jones, this week at the House of Lords. Sir Anthony Seldon, Professor Rose Luckin, Priya Lakhani, and I gave evidence on how artificial intelligence (AI) tools can be used to improve learner experience, teaching practice and education system design. Commonly referred to […]Read More How artificial intelligence tools can be used to improve education
In 2018, I submitted written evidence by Nesta to the Education Select Committee on the fourth industrial revolution inquiry. The evidence was on how best to prepare young people for future opportunities brought about by technological change and ensure lifelong learning. I was excited about my first appearance in UK Parliament for an oral evidence, along with Prof. Rose Luckin and Brian […]Read More Reflections on AI in Education and looking forward to 2019
Education has remained the same over the centuries. Formal structures in schools and universities have followed the “sage on a stage” and “assembly line” models. We see industries like transportation, e-commerce, media, consumer electronics, and healthcare being disrupted by Artificial Intelligence (AI). Would Education be the next big opportunity? Given that education is the foundation that […]Read More AI in Education – Digital Revolution Still Needs Humans