• ACCE Education & Technology News - June 2023 Update 3

ACCE Education & Technology News - June 2023 Update 3

30 Jun 2023 11:04 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Girls want coding funds: the push to keep women in tech [AAP]

From teaching digital frogs to 'floss' to creating artificially intelligent chatbots, girls are cracking computer code these school holidays.


Infographic: How teachers feel about AI

A new report from McCrindle outlines 7 disruptors impacting the future of education, informed by survey data. One identified disruptor is artificial intelligence and technological change. In this infographic, we share some of the survey results for questions on artificial intelligence and technological change.


The virtual classroom

In the age of big data, artificial intelligence, and virtual reality, technology is advancing at an unprecedented rate. Education Matters reports on what educational technology means for students, teachers, and the classroom of the future –and how these emerging technologies are changing the way we think about learning.


Class War investigation: Schoolkids uploading vicious school fight videos on social media

Vicious schoolyard bashings are being recorded and posted to Instagram profiles dedicated to inciting a growing school fight club craze across Australia.


Shock number of ChatGPT school cheats revealed [subscription]

High schoolers and university students are fessing up to using artificial intelligence to cheat on assignments, though experts say they’re the “overwhelming minority”. See the survey stats.


How a Narooma school became a global robotics competitor

Narooma on the NSW far south coast is a popular tourist destination, famous for its oysters and dairy. But students there have put the town on the global map for something entirely different: Robotics.


Hong Kong rolls out first AI curriculum for junior secondary students, including lessons on ChatGPT, with ‘lives definitely affected by artificial intelligence’

Hong Kong has rolled out the first curriculum in the city on artificial intelligence for junior secondary students, including on the use of ChatGPT as well as ethics and social impacts of the technology.


TikTok Teacher Prep: Preservice Teachers Are Getting Inspiration From the Platform

Some preservice teachers find TikTok videos more helpful than formal professional development, one researcher found.


ISTELive 23: Using Student Data to Improve Equity for K-12

Sam Callahan, a third grade teacher and data consultant, says schools can use self-assessments and better systems of organizing and analyzing data to help teachers address racial disparities.


ISTELive 23: AI + Web3 Revolution Coming to a School Near You

Former educators Nate McClennen and Vriti Saraf shared their vision of future schools powered by emerging technologies, namely artificial intelligence, blockchain and the metaverse, at ISTELive 23 on Monday.


New Google for Education tools for how you teach, learn and manage

At Google for Education, we're constantly working to develop new products and tools that help students learn more effectively, and help educators teach more efficiently, no matter where they are or how they teach. Part of that commitment is making sure every student and educator has access to tools that create more personal, collaborative, accessible and safe teaching and learning experiences.


New education apps and accessible content for Chromebooks

In recent years, we’ve seen more and more schools assign Chromebooks to each student. And now, as more educators turn to Chromebook, we’re making sure we build features like Screencast and cast moderator to help make teaching and learning more personal, collaborative, accessible — and as always, safer and sustainable.


New teaching and learning features in Google Workspace for Education

Every day, students and teachers around the world rely on Google Workspace for Education to plan lessons, get their homework done and more. Today, we’re sharing updates that make these tools even more accessible, collaborative, engaging and secure.


ow Can STEM Education Shape the Future

Think of the great inventors and geniuses from the past: Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, and Albert Einstein. Did you know that each of these men had traditional schooling, with some not even finishing? Even though they were born, natural thinkers and innovators think:


What Are The Characteristics of a STEM Classroom

STEM Education is a rising fast curriculum. It first began to gain even more notoriety in the early 2000s, receiving several federal grants as a research-based curriculum and is now frequently included in teacher training and development.


Coding made easy with a micro:bit and the MakeCode platform

The thought of teaching coding can be daunting for some, but thankfully it’s easy to get started with the micro:bit using the Microsoft MakeCode platform – and there are plenty of training resources available if you do get stuck


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