Here is a list of readings on the subject of artificial intelligence.
When I started teaching, I used cartoons and comic strips in a variety of ways. Here are some suggestions based on my experience.
This idea is sometimes used by people to predict that machines, having no further use for us, will decide to get rid of us once and for all.
Where there is a choice between attending a celebrity speaker’s talk or that of an “ordinary” teacher who is doing great stuff in his or her classroom, I will almost always choose the latter.
These days many of us end up doing things at the last minute, because life in general, and school in particular, are so full of stuff that needs doing.
As an educator, Monica was part of her school’s Federal Magnet Funding leadership team and was a vocal advocate for bringing 1:1 technology into her 5th grade classroom.
There are around five pages of useful information that you can draw on when talking to your senior leadership team on this topic.
It’s a strange job title, ‘Technology Co-ordinator’: it suggests that there is something to co-ordinate.
I have to say that although I find theideaof artificial intelligence fascinating,writingson the subject are often immensely dull.
No matter how unique, original or brilliant you think you’re being, you really do need to take time to check out what other schools are doing too.
It was after I dropped my Macbook Pro laptop, thereby incurring a large repair bill, that I decided it was time to buy a new case for it.
Here are two topics that came up recently, and which are capable of being discussed by both primary and secondary pupils, with the appropriate adjustments in language of course.
Should an inspector come to look at your ICT or Computing provision, what sort of "qualifications" would you like them to have?
My boss at the time said that school Principals had accused my technical team of causing the problem, to which I replied that since they are that good they deserve a raise!
We all know that when it comes to the reporting of research in the media, especially newspapers, you simply cannot take what you read at face value.
Checklists have been instrumental in saving lives in hospitals, averting disasters in planes and, less dramatically perhaps, ensured pain-free software installation in schools.
Here is a selection of articles I've written about ebooks on the ICT & Computing in Education website