Nuno Cardoso - European Commission elearning consultant
Nuno Cardoso - Senior e-learning consultant
Curriculum design and AI Presentation in the European Commission
EU Academy Day 2024 - Brussels

On 29 May 2024, we had the EU Academy Day in Brussels, where we explored among other things, the future of education through transformative curriculum design powered by AI. It was an incredible experience to share groundbreaking insights on how AI is reshaping educational landscapes.

The event was a success, bringing together professionals who are as passionate about the intersection of AI and education as we are. I’m grateful for the opportunity to be part of an amazing team who inspire us everyday.

Artificial intelligence (AI) is capable of performing tasks that typically require human intelligence. These tasks include learning, reasoning, problem-solving, perception, and language understanding.

AI has the potential to transform education by optimizing learning experiences, increasing efficiency, promoting equity, and empowering Curriculum Designers to better meet the diverse needs of learners in the digital age.

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Adapting to Change

The world is always changing due to societal, technological, and economic shifts. Curriculum design must change too, to keep up with these shifts and help students succeed in a changing world.

Connection and Engagement

Students learn best when they understand how their lessons relate to their lives and future plans. By using real-world examples, different subjects, and student interests, curriculum design can make learning more interesting and relevant.

Thinking Skills and Problem-Solving

In today's world, memorizing facts is not enough. Curriculum design should encourage critical thinking, creativity, and problem-solving to help students analyze, think creatively, and use their knowledge in new situations.

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Lifelong Learning

Learning doesn't stop after school - it's a journey that lasts a lifetime. Curriculum design should inspire a love for learning and give students the skills they need to keep growing and adapting in a changing world.

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