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ChatGPT for Parents — The Prompts You Need to Boost Your Productivity
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ChatGPT for Parents — The Prompts You Need to Boost Your Productivity

Last Updated on December 11, 2023 by Editorial Team

Author(s): Ahmed Fessi

Originally published on Towards AI.

How to use ChatGPT to help your children learn efficiently: A guide with many prompts and hacks to use AI in the learning process
Father and daughter studying — Generated by the Author using Dall-E 3

I want to start this post with a personal confession.

As a parent, I profoundly feel guilty for not spending enough time helping my daughter do her homework as well as re-doing the exercises she might had difficulties doing. This comes from three main reasons : an obvious one, a less obvious one, and a specific one.

The obvious one is that I dramatically lack time due to a demanding job (yes, you have the right to call this an excuse, but still).

The less obvious one, is that sometimes I struggle myself to resolve some exercises, the main reason being that I can still solve them, but maybe not the way expected by the school teacher.

The specific one, is related to the language. I grew up with Arabic as my mother tongue, but we now live in France, and doing French exercises can be a struggle for me sometimes.

So, how to solve this?

Some months back, as many of you, I discovered ChatGPT and its powerful features. After finding my first professional use cases, I started thinking on how ChatGPT can help tackle more practical life pain points, and this one, was… Read the full blog for free on Medium.

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