Globenewswire | May 18, 2023
The Alliance for Decision Education, a national nonprofit organization leading the movement to have decision-making skills taught in K-12 schools, today announced the celebration and forum held on May 16 for the sixteen graduate student recipients of the Decision Education Research Scholarship Award. Over the course of eight months, graduate students from universities worldwide submitted research papers that demonstrated insight and innovation in the field of Decision Education.
Sixteen graduate students were selected to each receive the first-ever $1,500 Decision Education Research Scholarship Award. These awardees gathered at the Graduate Student Research Forum to present their research projects, sharing their ideas and findings with each other and the Alliance.
"We hope that through initiatives like the Decision Education Research Scholarship Award, we can create more opportunities and pathways to encourage future research in the field of Decision Education," said Jinsol Lee, Ph.D., Alliance Deputy Director of Research. "By tapping into the creative and innovative minds of these participants, we aim to cultivate the growth of future Decision Education researchers and foster contributions to the growing body of credible research."
The research papers focused on various areas of Decision Education chosen by the participants and aimed to evaluate the application of Decision Education to student learning and outcomes. Submissions were evaluated based on the clarity of the literature review, depth of analysis, quality of writing, and relevance to Decision Education. The award recipients presented their research to the entire group at the forum. Four of the awardees were selected due to the excellence of their research papers to give long-form oral presentations at the event. These awardees and their research topics were: Marina Castro-Meirelles, University of Pennsylvania – Working Toward Tomorrow Today in the High School Classroom; Kristen Loughlin, University of Pennsylvania – The Work of Children: Creativity, Play, and the Development of Skillful Decision-Making in Elementary Education; Ghassani Swaryandini, University of Queensland – Improving Adolescents’ Rationality to Improve Their Career Decision-making Skills; and Sophie Wang, University of Chicago – Exerting Self-Control: Challenges and Strategies.
About the Alliance
The Alliance for Decision Education is a national nonprofit and field builder leading the growing call to have Decision Education taught in schools across the country. Founded in 2014 and backed by experts in decision science and education, including several Nobel laureates, the Alliance believes that better decisions lead to better lives and a better society.The Alliance is working with teachers, academic and business leaders, families, and community members to raise awareness and improve lives by empowering students with essential skills and dispositions for making better decisions.
PRnewswire | April 03, 2023
NOLEJ, the generative AI edtech start-up has announced a strategic collaboration with OpenAI, the AI research and deployment company behind GPT-4, GPT-3.5, ChatGPT, DALL•E, Codex and more.
Following a successful Beta test with over 2500 educators, NOLEJ will launch the commercial version of NOLEJ AI, its generative AI for educators, powered by GPT-3.5, in mid-April at ASU GSV Cup, where they've been selected as a finalist in the GSV cup, the largest edtech competition.
NOLEJ AI is empowering educators to generate interactive microlearning packages 50X quicker. Educators can upload any type of static content (Video, Audio, Text), NOLEJ AI then automatically generates ready to use interactive videos, flashcards, and quizzes that cater to individual learning styles. Hundreds of independent studies have proven that such interactive micro-learnings outperform traditional static formats, improving the completion rate by 85% and the retention rate by 75%.
NOLEJ plans to further revolutionize AI-powered education by leveraging their expertise in generative learning built on OpenAI's technologies and advanced AI system. This collaboration aims to create new tools that will enhance the learning experience even further and open up new possibilities for educators.
"We are thrilled to be collaborating with OpenAI to continue our mission of powering the future of learning." said Bodo Hoenen, CEO US and co-founder of NOLEJ.
With this strategic collaboration, NOLEJ joins companies such as Shutterstock, Duolingo and Khan Academy among OpenAI collaborators.
NOLEJ AI is a tool that turns static learning material (video, audio and text content) into micro-learning interactives (interactive videos, quizzes, games, flashcards, etc.) in minutes (50X+ faster). This interactive content outperforms static learning material, providing 75% more retention, and 85% more completions.
OpenAI is an AI research and deployment company dedicated to ensuring that general-purpose artificial intelligence benefits all of humanity. AI is an extremely powerful tool that must be created with safety and human needs at its core. OpenAI is dedicated to putting that alignment of interests first — ahead of profit.To achieve our mission, we must encompass and value the many different perspectives, voices, and experiences that form the full spectrum of humanity. Our investment in diversity, equity, and inclusion is ongoing, executed through a wide range of initiatives, and championed and supported by leadership.
Genius Group Limited | March 16, 2023
On March 15, 2023, Genius Group Limited, an entrepreneur ed-tech and education company, announced the launch of its International Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) program through a strategic partnership with the Swiss School of Business and Management (SSBM).
Through this partnership, Genius Group would offer postgraduate degrees in academic management education focused on entrepreneurship. The Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) has accredited SSBM. Both companies would work towards empowering personal and professional success for every student planning to build their careers in the entrepreneur sector.
The DBA program specializes in about 12 domains like machine learning, data science, artificial intelligence, business analytics and exponential growth strategies. This program is for senior working professionals interested in the C-suite for entrepreneurial skills. It blends online learning with thesis support from SSBM's expert thesis supervisors from Geneva. Its faculty comprises industry experts and academic centers like the University of St. Gallen and Penn State, the University of Florence, and the University of Rome.
CEO of Genius Group, Roger Hamilton said, "We are excited to partner with Swiss School of Business and Management Geneva to bring this International DBA program to our learners and expand our network of top universities. The business landscape is evolving rapidly, and we have seen a big demand for a new generation of entrepreneurial leadership that is more in tune with the rapid advances in technology we are experiencing. With SSBM's innovative and unique curriculum, we are excited to offer this program for the next generation of entrepreneurial leaders."
(Source – Globe Newswire)
CEO of SSBM Geneva, Ivana Silic said, "We are thrilled to expand our educational programs with Genius Group to offer educational excellence and our expertise in business education through our innovative cutting-edge technology and our high-quality learning experience."
(Source – Globe Newswire)
About Genius Group Limited
Founded in 2015, Genius Group Limited, an education company, has developed an entrepreneurial education system that would transform the current global education system. It upgrades it with a more relevant student-centric curriculum. It prepares students with leadership, entrepreneurial and life skills. It has about 4.3 million users of different ages from different countries. Despite the Covid-19 pandemic's impact, it had overall growth in revenues and profits. It aims to develop a future-focused entrepreneur education system for early learning, primary and secondary school, university, adult education and corporate training. It connects students, teachers, leaders, and entrepreneurs with tools and a global community.