Good night from Maine the place the solar has set on the shortest month of the yr. It additionally appeared to be the coldest month of the yr. And to shut out the month we’re having one other snowstorm!
AI (synthetic intelligence) is the most well-liked subject in the entire academic know-how panorama in the present day. Likewise, 4 of the most well-liked posts on this weblog in February had been about synthetic intelligence instruments.
As I do on the finish of each month, I’ve put collectively an inventory of the ten hottest posts of the month. Have a look and see if there’s one thing fascinating that you simply missed earlier this month.
1. 10 Tools for Gathering Real-time Feedback From Students
2. Free Course on ChatGPT and AI in Education
3. The Makers of ChatGPT Have Launched a Tool to Detect Text Written With AI
4. Three Good Tools for Recording Brainstorming Sessions
5. 75 Google Documents Tutorials
6. Three Tools for Detecting Writing Created by AI
7. 167 Math In “Real Life” Lessons
8. GPTZero – Another Tool to Detect Writing Created by AI
9. New Padlet Feature! Present Padlet Walls as Slideshows
10. Lumen5 – Quickly Turn Your Writing Into Videos
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- The Practical Ed Tech Newsletter comes out each Sunday night/ Monday morning. It options my favourite tip of the week and the week’s hottest posts from Free Know-how for Lecturers.
- My YouTube channel has practically 45,000 subscribers watching my brief tutorial movies on a big selection of academic know-how instruments.
- I have been Tweeting as @rmbyrne for fifteen years.
- I replace my LinkedIn profile a time or two each week.
- The Free Technology for Teachers Facebook page options new and outdated posts from this weblog all through the week.
- In case you’re interested in my life exterior of schooling, you may observe me on Strava.
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