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April 2024

Teaching with Technology

Teaching to Transcend: Rethinking the Agreements That Shape Education
What AI Can Teach Educators about Deep Learning

April 22, 2024 | By George Asimos and Leanne Havis

Empowering Students with Strengths-Based Teaching

April 22, 2024 | By Amy M. Anderson, Kelly R. Maguire, and Justina Or

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This Month’s Articles

There are a myriad of answers to this seemingly simple question. Grading probably comes to mind for many faculty, but there is certainly more to the challenge of
Fears of disingenuous work, fraudulent and stolen information, and theft of intellectual property have been swirling around education circles, especially since the release of ChatGPT and other forms
Students often struggle academically due to an inability to organize their lives around achievable goals. Students beyond early adulthood may have already reached certain personal goals but now
Hey, you. Yes, you. When was the last time you told your students, colleagues, or (gulp) administrators how thankful you were for them? Or jotted down a gratitude

For online faculty, I think it’s more important than ever to be conspicuously human in the classroom, finding ways to lean into the distinctive

Back when I was an undergraduate, students were thought to drop out of college because either they failed to take it seriously or couldn’t handle the academic rigor.
Barely a day goes by without the latest invitation to a seminar on artificial intelligence or some handwaving about how AI could end the world as we know
For me, the move from in-person teaching to asynchronous online teaching took place over decades, but it still presented a challenge that threatened fundamental aspects of my identity
Feeling stressed, worn down, or burned out? If so, you’re far from alone. According to a February 2023 survey of more than 900 faculty, many are often or always

“AI is not a straightforwardly good thing for education. It is not a neutral tool that we can look forward to transforming our classrooms, schools and universities over the next few years. Instead, the very idea of AI is something that needs to be extensively scrutinised, challenged and questioned by those who make decisions that affect education, and those who work in the field of education. The future of AI in education is perhaps best approached as a struggle—as something to be contested rather than a fait accompli, something to be taken as given. . . . [as] a problematic to be investigated rather than a problem to be solved.”

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