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Extending the Silence

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Giving students several seconds to think after asking a question—and up to two minutes for some questions—improves their learning.

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AI software gets a B on a 12th-grade science exam

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Artificial intelligenceCalculators. Grammar editors. PhotoMath. Automatic language translation. Some of these mental work helpers (substitutes?) work fabulously. Some of them aren’t quite there… yet.

And now we have this: AI technology that can pass a 12th grade science exam.

on Wednesday, the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence, a prominent lab in Seattle, unveiled a new system that passed the test with room to spare. It correctly answered more than 90 percent of the questions on an eighth-grade science test and more than 80 percent on a 12th-grade exam.

Not only could the software answer recall questions, it also could solve basic logic and inference problems.

Do students still need to know some stuff? Absolutely. Do students need to know the vast amounts of easily-findable minutiae and trivia that we pretend is important and try to shove into them each school year? No way.

The machines are getting better at mental tasks we previously thought could only be done by humans. When will we start asking better questions? When and how will we adapt our teaching and schooling?

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Using AI To Create A Sense Of Community On College Campus

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AI-based tools can be used to build trust between students and their institutions.

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Chicago Teachers Hopeful For Future After Strike Ends And Classes Resume

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For more than two weeks, Chicago students were out of school while teachers went on strike. On the first day back, teachers were hopeful for the future and excited to get back their lesson plans.

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Formative Assessment, Search, and Listening – The Week in Review

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Good evening from Maine where the sun has set on the first Saturday in November. Tomorrow the sun will set an hour earlier after we turn our clocks back tonight for the end of Daylight Saving Time. On...

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Three Tools for Recording The Great Thanksgiving Listen

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Last week I shared the news that StoryCorps is once again hosting The Great Thanksgiving Listen. This is an annual event intended to encourage people to record family stories during the month of...

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Webinar Tomorrow – Five Fun Formative Assessment Methods

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One of the ways that I am able to keep Free Technology for Teachers afloat is through the in-person and online training services that I offer. On that note, tomorrow afternoon I'm hosting a new...

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Minimum Wage Hikes Put Fiscal Squeeze on School Districts

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As states and cities boost their minimum wage rates, school districts must make up the difference for millions of low-wage workers, from clerical and maintenance staff to aides in the classroom.

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Minnesota Middle School Becomes Model for How Peer Groups Can Help Special Ed. Students

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The Peer Insights program at Edina’s South View Middle School pairs students in special education with their general-education peers, opening lines of connection that extend throughout the school day—and beyond.

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10 signs that you may be missing opportunities with your school’s technology integration

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Left turnHere are some signs that you may be missing opportunities with your school’s technology integration efforts:

  1. Your LMS is primarily used as a document management system
  2. Lots of Kahoots but not much student creation
  3. Many conversations about responsible and appropriate use, not many conversations about empowered use
  4. Teachers are the primary users of technology
  5. Digital worksheets greatly outnumber student multimedia products
  6. Teachers are gravitating toward technologies that allow them to tightly control the student learning experience (e.g., NearPod, GoGuardian)
  7. Silent work alone on ‘personalized,’ adaptive learning software modules is a dominant modality for students
  8. A greater emphasis on filtering and blocking than on equitable access and usage
  9. Technology professional development sessions are sparsely (or reluctantly) attended
  10. The ‘yes buts’ outweigh your visions for technology-infused student learning possibilities

These are just a few. What else might you add?

See also The unholy trinities of classroom technology usage

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