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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

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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

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Fordham InstituteFLYPAPERFor the love of memorization…Continue

Should Students Sit in Rows? It depends.

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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

 

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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.

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What's important as you prepare for a behavioral-based interview for a school administrator's position?

Posted on January 23, 2023 at 1:00pm 0 Comments

The Dim Bulb

The Occasional Musings of an Educator

by Michael Keany

#16 - January 23, 2023

The brain is capable of performing 10 quadrillion (that’s 10 to the 16th)…

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