DLD College London, a multi-award-winning educational institution, recently partnered with Goodnotes to launch their research report on the future of Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) in education and its impact on learning. The event featured distinguished keynote speakers, including ex-government minister Lord Jim Knight and influential educators Bukky Yusuf and Dr. Andy Kemp, who shared their insights and expertise on this cutting-edge technology.
A prestigious audience was brought together at the Westminster-based College, which included representatives from renowned institutions such as Oxford University, and UCL, as well as principals from leading educational establishments such as Eton College. Prominent organisations, including Apple and the UK Department for Business and Trade, were also present.
The spotlight of the event was the presentation from Goodnotes (Apple iPad App of the Year 2022), who shared their research on the future of Generative AI in education. As pioneers in the field, Goodnotes conducted extensive research and devised innovative solutions to harness the potential of Generative AI in transforming educational practices.
Among the esteemed speakers, Lord Jim Knight, renowned educationalist and former UK government minister, emphasised the importance of adopting innovative technologies like Generative AI in education. Bukky Yusuf, an experienced educator and influential advocate for educational transformation, discussed the transformative potential of AI in promoting personalised learning. Dr. Andy Kemp, an expert in AI and education, shared insights into the latest developments and research in this field.
Principal of DLD College London, Ifan Latif, commented: “Artificial Intelligence has the potential to revolutionise teaching and learning as we know it. By using AI-powered tools and strategies, teachers can personalise learning, improve student outcomes, and better prepare students for success in the ever-evolving digital economy. DLD College London was thrilled to collaborate with the award winning edtech company, Goodnotes for the launch of their important research findings on the impact of ‘Generative AI in Schools.”
Daniel Emmerson, Academic Affairs Lead at Goodnotes, stated: “We are so pleased to be working alongside DLD College as part of this initiative. Principal Irfan Latif and his incredible team are truly committed to preparing the next generation for the future, and it is so fitting that we will share our research on Generative Artificial Intelligence in schools at DLD. ”
The event concluded with a reception held at Goodnotes’ new offices, providing attendees with an opportunity to network and further discuss the implications of Generative AI in education.
DLD College London is a distinctive, contemporary school with its eye on the future, redefining daily what independent education looks and feels like for students of the 21st century.
A school of diverse thinking and influences, housed in a futuristic building with cutting-edge facilities opposite the Houses of Parliament, London is DLD’s classroom. Students aged 13 to 19 are offered the opportunity to study a wide range of GCSEs, A-Levels, BTEC courses and International Foundation Programmes (IFP). It also offers an Academic Preparation Programme (APC). In addition to a number of significant national award wins, DLD College London is also proud to be named by Tatler magazine, Good Schools Guide and Talk Education as one of the top schools in the UK.
DLD College London provides a ‘gold standard’ of educational quality. It is a school where students are respected, supported and honoured as individuals. Where they are immersed in the best possible environment to grow as successful and independent learners; where their vision can be made a reality, and where as happy and healthy people they feel free to make a contribution to the world around them, both now and into the future. The school’s beating heart is its award-winning wellbeing centre.