Ask no questions, hear no lies

The most revolutionary figure in education over the past decade is undoubtedly artificial intelligence (AI).

Salman Khan, the founder of Khan Academy, puts it: “AI has the potential to revolutionise education by providing individualised learning experiences to each student, something that’s simply not possible with a one-size-fits-all approach.”

Here’s the breakdown:

Rule #1: AI should not replace teachers.

Rule #2: AI should be used to personalise learning.

Rule #3: AI should be used to provide timely and targeted feedback.

Rule #4: AI should be used to foster a growth mindset.

The hallmark of successful people is that they are always stretching themselves to learn new things.

Rule #5: AI should shift the focus from grades to growth.

It is clear that the use of AI in education is a complex and controversial topic, and it is important that we approach it with caution and care but that doesn’t mean avoiding it. AI has the potential to enhance education so it is essential that we ensure that it is used in a way that benefits all students and does not undermine the human element of teaching and learning. Our students, parents and society deserve it.

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