ChatGPT and education

I started this post as somewhere I can curate and make notes on what I’m reading about the OpenAI chat tool, ChatGPT, and its impact […]

Education is about to radically change: AI for the masses [McClennen & Dené Poth]

Education is about to radically change: AI for the masses — from by Nate McClennen and Rachelle Dené Poth Key Points: AI already does […]

A comparison of ‘bottom-up’ and ‘top-down’ assessment approaches for reading

If you’re a teacher working with students in kindergarten through third grade, you know that assessment is an important part of the learning process. But […]

GPT to likely pass the Bar Exam in the near future [Bommarito & Katz]

GPT Takes the Bar Exam — from by Michael James Bommarito and Daniel Martin Katz; with thanks to Gabe Teninbaum for his tweet on […]

𝐏𝐐𝐏 𝐭𝐞𝐜𝐡𝐧𝐢𝐪𝐮𝐞 to give feedback!

Have you heard about 𝐏𝐐𝐏 𝐭𝐞𝐜𝐡𝐧𝐢𝐪𝐮𝐞 to give feedback? I am participating in one of the #RELO OPEN courses and we have utilized this technique […]

#705 Intrigued by the rise of AI? Have a play!

Open AI has been in the news a lot recently, particularly with the implications that these enhanced chat bots could prove to be the death […]

Maybe the types of learning going on during the pandemic weren’t captured on standardized tests. [Christian]

14 charts this year that helped us better understand COVID’s impact on students, teachers, & schools — from the by  Kevin Mahnken Excerpt: By […]

Indecent proposals

Another year has flown by, and once again I’m pleasantly surprised by the number of articles I managed to post in-between the trials and tribulations […]

“Are colleges and universities ready for this technology to be available to students?” [Huibregtse]

From DSC: I’d like to thank Sarah Huibregtse for her post out on LinkedIn where she commented on and referenced the following item from Nicholas […]

Tree climbers

I respect Malcolm Gladwell as a thinker, but I’m disappointed by his Grand Unified Theory for fixing higher education that he espouses in an episode […]

MADE Podcast on Branching Scenarios [Tucker]

MADE Podcast on Branching Scenarios — from by Christy Tucker My interview for the MADE podcast on branching scenarios: when to use them, challenges, […]

Worksheet to WOW: 10 ways to upgrade your worksheet

Worksheets have been embedded in classrooms for years. For decades. FOREVER. The reasons we use them are pretty clear ... 1. We want students to get repetitions […]

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