AI

We must cautiously embrace AI to ensure its benefits are shared

Instead of taking pro- and anti- stances, we must prepare learners for a world in which AI is the...

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Debra Gray and Paul McKean
AI

How new technology is supporting our November resits

Getting students ready for November resits is challenging and time-pressured, but the right tech can help maximise time in...

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Laura Rawson
AI

Let’s get serious about AI and personalisation in apprenticeships

Embracing the latest technology can help a workforce better prepare for the challenges of today and tomorrow

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Phillip McMullan
AI, Ofsted

Ofsted to explore how AI can help it make ‘better decisions’

Exams regulator Ofqual also publishes AI strategy, revealing 'modest numbers' of coursework malpractice

Samantha Booth
Samantha Booth
AI

Three ways AI could transform the EPA landscape in 2024

How AI could make a significant difference to a strained end-point assessment system (and why it’s no panacaea)

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Tad Chapman
AI

How AI is enhancing assessment, reducing workload and improving FE outcomes

Aftab Hussain talks through the findings of Bolton College’s research pilot with NCFE and the implications for the further...

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Aftab Hussain
AI, Apprenticeships

Higher-level apprenticeships ‘most exposed’ training route to AI advancement

Education jobs also among the most affected occupation by artificial intelligence

Anviksha Patel
Anviksha Patel
AI

Students and apprentices need AI-informed educators to get ahead in the 4th industrial revolution

Industries need training professionals to be on the front foot when guiding the next generation of recruits to careers...

Shane Chowen
Richard Smith and Christian Warden
AI

Managing the risks and maximising the opportunities of AI for apprenticeships

There’s little focus on how AI will affect apprenticeships, writes Jonathan Bourne, and yet it’s the education sector that’s...

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Jonathan Bourne