Three Accessible Apps for Teaching Storytelling

Check out three accessible and customizable apps for teaching and practicing storytelling with students of all needs and abilities! The post Three Accessible Apps for […]

To chat or not to chatโ€ฆ

From DSC: A few items re: ChatGPT — with some items pro-chat and other items against the use of ChatGPT (or at least to limit […]

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Have you heard about ๐๐๐ ๐ญ๐ž๐œ๐ก๐ง๐ข๐ช๐ฎ๐ž to give feedback? I am participating in one of the #RELO OPEN courses and we have utilized this technique […]

ChatGPT and The Professionalโ€™s Guide to Using AI [Miller]

ChatGPT and The Professional’s Guide to Using AI — from linkedin.com by Allie K. Miller Excerpt: Real Ways Professionals Can Use ChatGPT to Improve Job […]

Artificial Intelligence (AI) Tools Spur Classroom Creativity

Generating images with a simple phrase, revising text with one command โ€“ can AI really drive creativity? Let's explore three tools. The post Artificial Intelligence […]

Californians approve big funding boost for arts education [Watson]

Californians approve big funding boost for arts education — from apnews.com by Julie Watson; with thanks to Goldie Blumenstyk for this resource Excerpt: SAN DIEGO […]

The Impact of Storytelling on Learning [Reynard]

The Impact of Storytelling on Learning — from campustechnology.com by Ruth Reynard The benefits of storytelling in teaching and learning are well established โ€” and […]

Beyond Courses: Instructional Approaches in 2022 [Bozarth]

Beyond Courses: Instructional Approaches in 2022 — from learningguild.com by Jane Bozarth Excerpts (emphasis DSC): ย In researching โ€œupskilling for L&D practitionersโ€ earlier this year, Learning […]

How AI will change Education: Part I | Transcend Newsletter #59 [Arenaza]

How AI will change Education: Part I | Transcend Newsletter #59ย — from transcend.substack.com by Alberto Arenaza; with thanks to GSV’s Big 10 for this resource […]

Imposter Syndrome

Imposter syndrome is the “belief that youโ€™re an inadequate and incompetent failure despite evidence that indicates youโ€™re skilled and quite successful.” (The Muse) Nearly everyone […]

Six Tips to Prepare Students for College Writing Courses

A college professor shares six tips to help students prepare for their first year of college composition courses. The post Six Tips to Prepare Students […]

5 ways to spice up your learning text

โ€˜I acknowledge that I have read and agree to the Terms and Conditions.โ€™ How much would you trust a doctor who simply had to tick […]

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