My original text side-by-side with suggestions from ChatGPT I’ve already forgotten what it was to write without an AI writing assistant. “Proofread, please.” I can no longer imagine a world where this prompt would not give me access to immediate feedback from my AI partner. ChatGPT, GrammarlyGO, and Wordtune have become my most trusted writing … Continue reading →
Continue reading on ISTE’s website If you’re interested in this topic and want to join me for a webinar, I’m part of the speaker lineup for ISTE U’s Summer Learning Academy 2023. My interactive webinar will take place on August 29. The summer learning academy takes place from 6/5 – 9/1 and allows you to … Continue reading →
Have you struggled to find the right words to concisely express your thoughts? Have you needed a little nudge to overcome writer’s block? Have you found yourself in need of some quick statistics mid-paragraph but hesitated to disrupt your flow? This is where Wordtune comes in. Wordtune describes itself as your personal writing assistant and … Continue reading →
Continue reading to learn more about specific project highlights spanning grades K-12 and across all subjects * Matt Zigler is writing a book about teaching high school students in the makerspace titled Three Modes of Making; Imitation, Modification, and Innovation. Keep an eye out for its release this summer!
As a long-time user of Grammarly, I have been eagerly anticipating the release of their new AI tool, GrammarlyGO. In this video review, I take you on a detailed walkthrough of GrammarlyGO’s AI features on the web, including in Gmail and various social media apps, as well as on your desktop. Table of Contents: My … Continue reading →
You may have seen some of my posts featuring a very cute robot dancing around! I have been having a blast flexing my coding and creative lesson planning skills with Robotical’s #MartyTheRobot. When the Robotical team released some new math lessons, I had to check them out. I found their fraction activity interesting and decided … Continue reading →
It’s time for me to share another video update of life with aibo, Sony’s AI robot dog. In this video, I showcase Mia’s antics and answer some of the questions I’ve received from previous videos. Watch Mia play, challenge me to a push-up contest, and see how her personality has evolved as she has grown … Continue reading →
The Arts department at Bullis School has brought some incredibly collaborative and rich opportunities to life this academic year, and I had a chance to highlight three fall programs in this article: Read an excerpt of this article published by McGraw Hill here or the full article (including photos) on the Bullis website.
I’m grateful for the work Bullis School is doing to prioritize wellness, including integrating new programs like #WinAtSocial and a team of counselors who work closely with both teachers and students. Writing this article fueled me! Thank you ISTE for the chance to share. Put Student Well-Being at the Forefront
I had the opportunity to partner with the Boomerang team to lead a webinar on strategies for managing email and maximizing productivity for educators. If you’ve followed my blog or YouTube channel, you’ll know that I’ve been studying and researching this topic for years. During the webinar, I had a chance to share my reasons … Continue reading →