The guidelines are intended for primary and secondary teachers and can be used by educators with little or no experience with digital education. They clarify popular and
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Attention, trust and GPT3
When AI is smart enough to write an essay, then what happens? Just “stole” this article from SETH’S BLOG. Worth a read. The point made
The ChatGPT bot is causing panic now……
So the ChatGPT language processing model burst upon an astonished world, and the air was rent by squeals of delight and cries of outrage or
Using ChatGPT to create lesson plans in English
I have recently written three articles about the use of ChatGPT you can read about it here; What happens in schools now, using ChatGPT for
Could OpenAI change the teaching profession?
How can ChatGPT assist teachers in assessment? I have recently written two articles about the use of ChatGPT you can read about it here; What
Using ChatGPT for Language Learning
As teachers and school leaders, what should we think about ChatGPT? ChatGPT is powered by GPT3, a large language model (LLM) trained on an enormous
3 must-read blogs on education innovation this year
This article is from Christensen institute. Robert Markle, research project manager, education Blog: What will it take for education’s most promising innovations to scale? Blog teaser: By
Moving Forward with the Best Idea, No Matter Where it Comes From
I just read this post by my friend George Couros, and I would like to share his thoughts here. George arranged a workshop for school
The End of High-School English and The College Essay Is Dead
Nobody is prepared for how AI will transform . . . . . . . High school; The world of generative AI is progressing furiously.
ChatGPT: What happens to school now?
Optimizing Language Models for Dialogue OpenAI is an AI research and deployment company. Our mission is to ensure that artificial general intelligence benefits all of
Student’s Guide to Effective Group Work
This article is from StudyCorgi. You can find the whole article here. Table of Contents 🤔 The Basics of Group Work 🤝🏽 What Is Effective Group Work?
Visitor from Odesa Ukraine
Using pageview on your blog I use ClustrMaps and Rev-lvermaps on my blog. Mostly because I am curious about where my visitors live and because
Schools Are Looking for Evidence From Their Edtech. Are Companies Ready to Provide It?
Here is an interesting take on the value of introducing technology in schools. This article by By Emily Tate Sullivan, Jun 23, 2022 in EdSurge, shows
What is incidental learning, and how can we use this when teaching foreign languages? Incidental learning refers to any learning that is unplanned or unintended.
An unprecedented wave of school book banning in the USA
Unparalleled in intensity’ – 1,500 book bans in US school districts. More than 1,500 book bans have been instituted in US school districts in the