England likely to miss target to end rough sleeping by 2024 Read the article from The Guardian below and the links given in the text,
Month: February 2023
The End of High-School English
I believe my most essential tasks, as a teacher, are helping my students think critically, disagree respectfully, argue carefully and flexibly, and understand their mind
Teenage girls experiencing record high levels of sadness, violence and trauma
SUMMARY In 2021, the CDC saw an increase in mental health challenges across the board, but it’s girls in the U.S. that are engulfed in
Lesson plan: How to separate fact from fiction in a new era of artificial intelligence
OVERVIEW ChatGPT has caught on fast because it is free and produces convincing responses to requests for, well, almost anything — from poetry and essays
ChatGPT, Am I Who You Say I Am?
I just read this post by Tom Whitby, and of course, I immediately had to try it out. How did you get it to do
New Microsoft AI-Powered Bing Revealed (Full Demo)
Curious about how this will work? Spend 12 minutes watching this video. The company made the announcement as part of its surprise press event on
Microsoft announces new A.I.-powered Bing homepage that you can chat with
Educators scrambling to combat ChatGPT? Take a look at the news from Microsoft, any hope of an AI free school might just have been shattered.
Lesson plan; the movie “Tolkien & Lewis”
Objective: Students will be able to understand the lives and works of J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis, and the impact they had on the world
New AI classifier for indicating AI-written text
We’re launching a classifier trained to distinguish between AI-written and human-written text. Here is an interesting article about how to distinguish between text written by
Will new software be able to detect whether something was written by a bot or a human?
Reserach about the ChatGPT I have been reading a lot about ChatGPT lately and decided that the question to ask is; how do students use