LSL student O. Caitlin shares a very beautiful example of her creative writing, entitled “Rise like a fountain for me, night and day”. Caitlin loves mythology, in particular the legend of King Arthur, and enjoys writing her own renditions of stories.
In light of Apple’s new stance on integrating ChatGPT into its products, and as the International Baccalaureate announces it will accept credited content from the platform in its assessments, we query what ChatGPT and other natural language AI might mean for education.
This week, our Marketing and Operations director Soizic-Arzhele Peyrusse talks to Dr Marianne Privett about how to encourage more women to consider studying STEM subjects at GCSE and A Level.
Last week, we started looking into whether speaking more than one language may confer advantages when it comes to learning other languages. In particular, we started exploring the relationship between literacy and multilingualism.
As a multilinguist and former languages teacher, I have decided this week to look into children learning English as an additional language (EAL), and whether those multilingual students have an advantage when learning a foreign language in secondary school.
As we all know, mastering the balance of hybrid working can be a challenging task. At present, a record amount of the adult workforce is working from home, as a result of the pandemic. Similarly, students have had to adapt their schooling to suit the hybrid environment between work and school.