The Harms of Generative AI with Tom Mullaney - HoET246
House of #EdTech
by Christopher J. Nesi & Tom Mullaney
1w ago
Welcome back to another insightful episode of House of #EdTech! In Episode 246, we dive deep into the potential harms of generative AI with the knowledgeable Tom Mullaney. This episode promises to shed light on the complexities and ethical considerations surrounding the use of AI in education. #EdTech Thought Khan Academy and Microsoft Partnership: A Game-Changer for Education Khan Academy and Microsoft have recently partnered to revolutionize education with advanced AI tools. Here are the key highlights of this significant collaboration: Khanmigo for Teachers: Microsoft's donation of Azure A ..read more
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Become a Ruthless #EdTech Evaluator - HoET245
House of #EdTech
by Christopher J. Nesi
3w ago
In this episode of House of #EdTech, host Chris Nesi discusses the importance of critically evaluating educational technology in classrooms. He shares insights from Jessica Grose's NYT article about ensuring tech tools serve educational purposes and protect student privacy. The episode features the announcement of MagicSchool.ai as the 2024 HOET Final Four Winner and an EdTech recommendation for Vocabulary Quest, a gamified vocabulary learning platform. Additionally, Chris bids farewell to SatChat, reflecting on its impact on the education community. Resources Mentioned: MagicSchool.ai - 2024 ..read more
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'24 #HOETFINAL4 - HOET244
House of #EdTech
by Christopher J. Nesi
2M ago
Announcements: Welcome the newest member of the Education Podcast Network, the Resilient Teacher Podcast hosted by Brittany Blackwell! #EdTech Thought: Topic: The Role of Former Educators in Addressing the Teacher Shortage Discussion: A snarky yet thought-provoking commentary on how individuals who used to teach and now pontificate about education could consider returning to the classroom to help alleviate the current teacher shortage. Featured Content: EdTech Final 4: MagicSchool vs. Grammarly: Dive into a head-to-head comparison of these two powerful tools designed to enhance writing a ..read more
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Use Your B.R.A.I.N. - HoET243
House of #EdTech
by Christopher J. Nesi
3M ago
In this episode, I share the B.R.A.I.N. framework for interacting effectively with AI in education. EdTech Recommendation Humy.ai - A platform designed specifically for social studies and history educators. Humy.ai offers personalized tutoring, generates assignments, provides feedback, and enables the creation of custom AI tutors and assignments. It aims to make classes more engaging and interactive by integrating AI into the learning process. For more information, visit humy.ai. Featured Content Use Your B.R.A.I.N. - A framework for interacting effectively with AI in education: Be Specific ..read more
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How to Use EdTech for Project-Based Learning - HoET242
House of #EdTech
by Christopher J. Nesi
3M ago
Explore how integrating technology into PBL can enhance the learning experience, making it more accessible, engaging, and impactful for students. #EdTech Thought: Are You Really Trying? In this segment, I ask myself if I am doing all that I could be doing because I am experiencing some self-doubt. #EdTech Recommendation: Brisk Teaching Discover Brisk Teaching, a free AI-powered Chrome extension designed to save teachers time. With features like personalized material creation, targeted feedback, and AI writing detection, Brisk Teaching is revolutionizing the way educators approach lesson planni ..read more
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Bridging the Digital Divide: Exploring Equity and Access in Education - HoET241
House of #EdTech
by Christopher J. Nesi
4M ago
Introduction: Special mentions: Happy Birthday to Christie Cloud & Glenn Robbins. Platform updates: RadioPublic & Google Podcasts are shutting down! Visit chrisnesi.com/follow to find a new podcast listening app! #EdTech Recommendations: The Magazine Rack: A vast collection of digitized magazines. Access here: The Magazine Rack Classroomscreen: A versatile tool for teachers, offering a customizable browser tab for classroom management. Free with daily resets, paid version available for saving setups. Learn more at Classroomscreen AI Created Jeopardy: Create engaging Jeopardy games u ..read more
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Essential Skills for Students in the AI Era - HoET240
House of #EdTech
by Christopher J. Nesi
5M ago
Discover the key skills for thriving in an AI-centric educational landscape. This episode offers insightful thoughts on integrating technical, cognitive, and socio-emotional skills into teaching, preparing students for a AI-driven future. #EdTech Thought - January Pick-Me-Up As teachers, you are more than just instructors; you are mentors, guides, and sometimes even friends to your students. Your resilience and dedication, often unnoticed, are crucial in shaping not just individual lives but entire societies. This segment serves as a reminder of the immense impact educators have beyond just ac ..read more
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2023 House of #EdTech Smackdown - HoET239
House of #EdTech
by Christopher J. Nesi
6M ago
Celebrate the 10th House of #EdTech Smackdown with Episode 239, a dynamic Smackdown showcasing the most innovative educational technology tools of 2023. Passionate educators and technology enthusiasts, dive into an exciting array of EdTech tools and predictions for the new year. This episode features engaging discussions on tools and emerging platforms. Special contributions from the EdTech community, including voicemails and emails, enrich the conversation with real-world insights and applications. Whether you're a seasoned educator or exploring the world of EdTech, this episode offers a trea ..read more
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The Great Cell Phone Debate - HoET238
House of #EdTech
by Christopher J. Nesi, Tim Cavey, Dr. Matthew Rhoads
6M ago
Feedback & Shout Outs Stephanie Skrocki - Thank you for the email re: Episode 237 Featured Content Welcome to Episode 238 of the House of #EdTech Podcast! In this episode, I share my recent appearance on an episode of Teachers on Fire, hosted by Tim Cavey. I participated in a live debate addressing a highly relevant topic in education: "Should student phones be banned from our K-12 schools?" I debated Dr. Matt Rhoads, who brought his extensive experience in education and technology to this thought-provoking discussion. Debate Overview: The debate revolves around using cell phones in K-12 e ..read more
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Moving AI Forward In Education - HoET236
House of #EdTech
by Christopher J. Nesi, Dr. Robert Zywicki, Dr. Richard Tomko, Stanley Buchesky
7M ago
Feedback & Shout Outs EdCamp New Jersey 2023 will take place on Sat., November 18, 2023. Learn more and register here. EdTech Thought Banning Cell Phones in K-12 Schools is Dumb Cell Phones are Essential Learning Tools Cell phones keep students connected, informed, and able to respond to emergencies. They enable access to educational apps, websites, and digital knowledge. When used responsibly, cell phones can be powerful learning aids for interactive polling, collaborative research, multimedia projects, and more. Banning Phones Assumes the Worst in Students Prohibiting cell phones show ..read more
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