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Hey mum, the fridge has just let the burglars in

Rose Luckin.  I was stopped in my tracks as I was leaving the house the other morning when I heard Donald Toon, Director of Cyber Security at the National Crime Agency, talking to John Humphrys on the BBC Today programme.

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What kind of learning do we need to make the most of the new technological revolution?

Rose Luckin.  Learning is the key to success in the fourth industrial revolution and I was delighted to be asked to provide evidence to the Future of Work Commission at the House of Lords. It helped me to crystalize my

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Posted in Education policy, Teaching, learning, curriculum & assessment

Grammar schools: can Artificial Intelligence create a fairer way to assess children?

Rose Luckin. Theresa May’s plans for new or expanded grammar schools in England have brought a torrent of comment, debate, criticism and rhetoric since these plans were inadvertently revealed last week. Most of the discussions seem to have focused on

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Posted in Education policy, eleven-plus, Teaching, learning, curriculum & assessment

How AI can eradicate exam stress forever

Rose Luckin. The recent leaking of SAT papers and the growing body of evidence on the stress and anxiety experienced by students who have to sit a battery of tests and exams highlight an area of serious concern. It is

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Students, Computers and Learning: we could do so much better, and here’s how

Rose Luckin The 200 page report published this week by the OECD is packed with tables and figures that tell a story about the state of 15-year-olds’ educational attainment in maths, reading, science and digital skills in 2012 across the participating

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