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“There are new AI tools that can help teachers design courses and the learning process” All itemsInterviews

“There are new AI tools that can help teachers design courses and the learning process”

During the Ed Tech Congress, held in Barcelona from 9 to 11 April, we interviewed Professor Barbara Wasson, director of the Centre for the Science of Learning & Technology (SLATE) at the University of Bergen in[…]

Xavier Mas: “We must be able to critically evaluate the results that #AI gives us” All itemsEducational trendsTeaching resources and experiences

Xavier Mas: “We must be able to critically evaluate the results that #AI gives us”

  Bloom’s taxonomy is a key tool for enabling teachers to establish learning objectives for the different topics. Since its creation by American educational psychologist Benjamin Bloom in 1956, it has been revised several times[…]

Six generative AI trends in education for 2024: opportunities and risks All itemsEducational trends

Six generative AI trends in education for 2024: opportunities and risks

The world of tech has undeniably been impacted by the rise of generative AI. Likewise, it has also disrupted the field of education. Generative AI has become enormously popular and offers many possibilities, leading to[…]

How to question AI – Helpful prompts for teachers All itemsTeaching resources and experiences

How to question AI – Helpful prompts for teachers

If you’ve never interacted with a generative artificial intelligence (AI) tool like ChatGPT, conveying the idea you want to get across in order to obtain the right result can be tricky. That’s why the group[…]

Explaining to students how to use generative AI in the classroom All itemsEducational trends

Explaining to students how to use generative AI in the classroom

There are many generative artificial intelligence (AI) tools that can be of great use in the classroom. Indeed, they can be an important resource to turn to when carrying out a continuous assessment activity. Robert[…]