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If there is one study that confirms your stance, please avoid saying “the research shows.”

A colleague asked how to do something in Moodle today. I didn’t think it could be done, so I asked ChatGPT. It gave me directions! They did not work… even referred to things on the interface that were not there. But it gave me directions, so “good job!”

Can a network of supports beocme too difficult to navigate for those who need it?

Is it what your orgnizaton needs or is it the safe course of action?

How do we tell?

"Deceipt as a weapon has a long history."

Sure can't argue against that.

If folks post in public environments (e.g. Reddit), is it ethical to treat that as a data set for research?

Its still interesitng to me that many educators assume their students are "blank slates." Their social experiences in and out of school, physical environments, social encironments, biology (but lets not get to eugenics) are all factor sthat matter.

Perhaps the most important skill for teachers is breakiung down the barriers to social connetion among all participants i ntheir courses.

Teaching how to find information is the one academic skill that really has changed in recent decades. It should now take much less time than it used to.

Message to users: please complain to IT. Most of us want our systems that meet your needs. And we would appreciate you hounding the others… maybe they will get sick of it and leave.

Lesson #1 for public speaking: don’t “complain” you didn’t have time to prepare.

“To celebrate teacher appreciation week, I’m retweeting links to Amazon lists and Donors Choose pages.” There is so much wrong with these tweets.

Seriously… if you think AI will take the place of *good* teachers, you are wrong.

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