AI is set to revolutionize the way we learn & teach. Combining the power of AI with the Feynman technique could yield very high quality teaching material for learners, and open the doors to a new, democratized era in education. … More Teaching complex concepts using the Feynman Technique and Generative AI
Lessons that we can learn from the Netflix show Colin in Black and White, based on the life of Colin Kaepernick, former NFL quarterback and social justice activist. … More Lessons to be learnt from ‘Colin in Black & White’
The French are known to be people that value the power of reading. Over the last two years, I’ve marveled at how books are so omni-present in their culture, and how differently we perceive and treat books. … More A bibliophile in France
I miss the quiet of the lockdown months. I miss how everything was so still….and so peaceful. … More I miss the quiet…
A potentially controversial opinion that AI, GPT and other large language models can help the world adopt l’art de vivre à la française. … More AI, GPT and l’art de vivre à la française
Implementation of Rosenshine’s principles of instruction in micro-learning apps for more effective, efficient, and engaging learning experiences. Goodbye information overload, hello retention! … More How can Rosenshine’s principles of instruction be applied in micro-learning apps?
Looking back at a year in Grenoble, the myriad good (and bad) experiences, and the many lessons I’ve learnt… … More A year in Grenoble…
Kick-starting 2023 by delving into the technology that is shaking up the industry, and raising many questions about its utility and power to change the way we create content. … More Looking beyond the buzz to the real applications of GPT
The journey from hating carrots, and looking for ways to avoid eating them, to eating not just the root vegetable, but also its leaves! … More From hating carrots to cooking every part of the vegetable
Will GPT3 finally sound the death knell for teachers? Is it time to rethink the existing models of education? … More Goodbye teacher, hello GPT3?