Many studies show that students are terrible at sorting true facts from misinformation online and on social media. But it’s
Artificial Intelligence, an article from the Financial Times. This is an outstanding explainer from the Financial Times) open access so
The TED Talk by Sal Khan is about how artificial intelligence (AI) could transform education for the better. Here is
Lexicon Valley If you are a language lover, you might want to check out Lexicon Valley, a podcast hosted by
UNESCO Publishes First Guidance on GenAI Use in Education Source; UNESCO seeks regulation in first guidance on GenAI use in
Language Learning – Comments on Outdated Approaches This is an interesting comment I found in the newsletter from Barbara Oakley.
What can educators, policymakers and any lifelong learner gain from these new insights? This article was written by Jeffrey R.
Artificial intelligence is as revolutionary as mobile phones and the Internet. You can embrace this new technology or try to
This article is written in EdSurge by By Jeffrey R. Young Flipped learning is a pedagogical approach that reverses the traditional
The guidelines are intended for primary and secondary teachers and can be used by educators with little or no experience with digital
What is growth mindset? A growth mindset, as conceived by Stanford psychologist Carol Dweck and colleagues, is the belief that a
What is the SAMR model? A powerful conceptual tool to think about technology integration—and edtech’s best uses—is the SAMR model,
Here is an interesting take on the value of introducing technology in schools. This article by By Emily Tate Sullivan, Jun
What is incidental learning, and how can we use this when teaching foreign languages? Incidental learning refers to any learning
Unparalleled in intensity’ – 1,500 book bans in US school districts. More than 1,500 book bans have been instituted in