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Transcript of episode Transcript: #167 – Henrietta Palmer, Learning Solutions, TUI Group on creating learning content with AI
I am a Psychology student from the University of York. This summer, I went to Xiamen, a second-tier city in southern China, to test out my business idea.I used to teach English in public Chinese schools, and what I’ve realized is how severely this educational system oppresses and restricts children’s potential. A usual day in […]
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