Dear parents, thank you for being with us in 2022.
Now it is the end of 2022, I would like to highlight some interesting education perspectives brought by ChatGPT (if you haven’t heard about ChatGPT, here is an explanation).
ChatGPT spurred a huge discussion around AI and the future which it dominates. One of the biggest questions is certainly, what should we do to prepare children for an AI dominated future?
Here is the answer
- Encourage children to learn about AI and its impact
- Foster critical thinking skills
- Promote digital literacy
- Encourage the development of creative/non-technical skills
- Advocate for ethical and responsible use of AI
By taking these steps, we can help to prepare children for an AI-dominated world and ensure that they are equipped with the skills and knowledge they need to thrive in the future.
ChatGPT wrote so.
Another relevant question: with AI powered communication in place, is it still important to learn a language?
Yes. There are several reasons why learning a language can be beneficial:
- Improved communication
- Cultural understanding
- Brain benefits
- Personal growth
Essentially, human skills development too. Again, ChatGPT wrote so.
It might seem like a far stretched statement, but we believe the AI boom is the reason for StoryChopsticks’ unusual growth in 2022.
Since the beginning, we have built a creative driven methodology with an agenda to develop human skills (creativity, imagination, communications).
While our competitors are selling access to teachers, StoryChopsticks differentiates with a pedagogy designed to trigger user-led story creation.
ChatGPT pushes us to rethink the fundamentals of education. It is more urgent than ever that we implement Sir Ken Robinson’s approach to creative learning.
While ChapGPT continues to inspire millions to realize the value of creativity, we applaud you for choosing us as your education partner.
Let’s build future-ready children together in 2023.
Yuanxin / Founder of StoryChopsticks
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