A Teacher's Prompt Guide to ChatGPTWelcome to this short instructional teachers guide to using ChatGPT. ChatGPT is a powerful tool that can help teachers enhance student learning - remember to keep…Continue
A Classroom Culture Built on TrustBy Crystal Frommert edutopia.org4 minJanuary 11, 2023When students feel safe being vulnerable with their classmates, it strengthens their relationships and improves…Continue
Should Students Sit in Rows? It depends.By Dave Stuart Jr. davestuartjr.com2 minJanuary 19, 2023Engagement isn’t something you can infer from smiling faces or a classroom arrangement. Engagement…Continue
This group is dedicated to sharing the best practices around classroom walk-throughs and will provide support to school leaders who are new to the process. We encourage you to share tools and templates which might be used to collected data in a highly efficient manner on these walks. See More
The Dim BulbThe Occasional Musings of an Educatorby Michael Keany#16 - January 23, 2023The brain is capable of performing 10 quadrillion (that’s 10 to the 16th) “calculations,” or synaptic events, per second using only about 15 watts of power. At this rate, a computer as powerful as the human brain would require 1 gigawatt of power. Maybe a dim bulb isn't really as dim as it seems.The photo at the left is the …See More
MyElearningWorld released a new report showing that the average college student in 2023 has to work about 4x as many hours on minimum wage as a student 30 years ago to access the same education. Important Findings:30 years ago, the average student at a public university could pay for a full year of tuition by working…See More
Are novice teacher induction programs worthwhile?By Chenchen Shi, Johns Hopkins UniversityThe first few years of a novice teacher’s career are important, and often accompanied by formalized induction programs aimed at helping teacher development and growth. …See More
The Dim BulbThe Occasional Musings of an Educatorby Michael Keany#15 - January 13, 2023The brain is capable of performing 10 quadrillion (that’s 10 to the 16th) “calculations,” or synaptic events, per second using only about 15 watts of power. At this rate, a computer as powerful as the human brain would require 1 gigawatt of power. Maybe a dim bulb isn't really as dim as it seems.The photo at the left is the …See More
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