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What is ChatGPT? What can educators do about cheating?

January 9, 2023 by | Technology

Cheating in the classroom isn’t something new. Students use to think they were clever by replacing their water bottle labels with notes or using the back of their calculator covers to hide formulas. As technology grows, it opens more avenues for students to find ways to cheat. Instead of water bottles, students began to use

Hypothes.is One-on-one consultation

February 11, 2022 by | Canvas

Are you interested in increasing student engagement, expanding reading comprehension, and building critical thinking and community in classes? Hypothes.is allows for collaborative annotation that makes reading active, visible, and social, enabling students to engage with their texts, teachers, ideas, and each other in deeper, more meaningful ways. Autumn Ottenad, Customer Success Specialist from Hypothes.is offers

Teaching Untethered Step away from the podium

October 29, 2021 by | Technology

Teaching untethered removes the physical barriers that separate instructors from the students. The connected classrooms are equipped with Apple TV. Instructors use airplay on the iPad to share their screen with the classroom projector.  We encourage instructors to interact with their students and step away from the podium. Instructors can walk around the classroom and

5 Canvas Features That Can Help You Provide Richer Feedback

April 9, 2021 by | Canvas

For this week’s edition of Teaching Tips Thursdays, we explored five features of Canvas that can help instructors provide timely, consistent, specific, balanced, and actionable feedback. Feature #1: Quiz Question Feedback Research shows that providing frequent quizzes with timely feedback improves students’ understanding of concepts. Did you know that you can add feedback for answer

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