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Check out today’s #24DaysOfAI entry on the #Appvent calendar for a superb AI-enhanced design tool with great features for teachers

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Welcome to day seven of the 2023 Appvent calendar where today we will focus on a tool we’ve shared on the Appvent calendar before – Microsoft Designer! As you’ll have read on the previous day’s posts, with the furore around the usefulness of AI within EdTech, we decided this year…

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So What? So That… Tackling Bloom’s 2 Sigma Problem Through AI in Education

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In 1984, Benjamin Bloom’s research brought to light a key educational insight with his 2 Sigma Problem. He discovered that students who received one-to-one tutoring performed significantly better than those in conventional classroom settings. This ‘2 Sigma’ improvement highlighted the efficacy of personalised instruction. The challenge since then has been…

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18 ChatGPT Prompts for Subject Leaders – AI in Education

By AI, ChatGPT, Computing, Digital Strategy, EdTech, Ethics, Featured, Free resource, Online Safety, Pedagogy first, Teaching and learning, Thought Leadership, Work with me, Workload No Comments

AI in Education is an important consideration for all. From time-saving efficiencies to impactful approaches to help learning and teaching, it’s a powerful tool in a teacher’s arsenal. But what about those in middle and senior leadership? In this post, I explore ways in which AI in Education can help…

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Free resource: The Little Book of Generative AI prompts for teachers

By AI, ChatGPT, Computing, Digital Strategy, EdTech, Ethics, Featured, Free resource, Online Safety, Pedagogy first, Teaching and learning, Thought Leadership, Work with me, Workload No Comments

Over the course of the last week or so, I’ve been sharing a number of resources about using Generative AI such as ChatGPT to help with the use of technology in the classroom. They’ve proved popular with many educators engaging with them. Here’s an example of the first one that…

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