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Writing school AI policies? Use these 10+ resources

Ditch That Textbook

Looking to create some policy -- or guidance for teachers and students -- for responsible, ethical use of artificial intelligence in class? Check out these 10+ AI resources. Ever since ChatGPT was unveiled in 2022, schools and school districts have been trying to understand the place of artificial intelligence assistants in education. Even individual teachers have […] The post Writing school AI policies?

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Writing Conferences: A Minimalist Approach


Author and literacy consultant Patty McGee offers a minimalist alternative to heavy correction that provides an engaging, motivating, and meaningful approach to writing conferences. Try McGee’s three moves: choose a focus, name a writer’s strength, and suggest a next step. The post Writing Conferences: A Minimalist Approach first appeared on MiddleWeb.

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Culturally responsive time management strategies to empower middle/high school students

The Cornerstone for Teachers

As an elementary school teacher, I partnered with parents and guardians to ensure students completed their assignments on time and that they arrived at school on time. As a middle school teacher, I realized that my students were of an age where they could begin managing their own time. Middle schoolers could keep track of assignments, due dates, and the length of time it would take to complete their assignments.