More music in the classroom with artificial intelligence
Artificial intelligence as your own teaching assistant, helping to improve classroom dynamics and enrich the learning experience. In this blog we discuss some AI tools that can help you create songs for your students.
Music can improve the atmosphere …
How to add Jamboard to FigJam: How-to video
Google will discontinue their Jamboard tool at the end of 2024. Luckily, Figma has partnered with Google to offer their tools to teachers and students completely free.
One of their tools is FigJam, an advanced whiteboard collaboration tool with …
Cool tools 2023: Countdown calendar with tools
As we close out 2023, Eric Curts will share his twenty-four favorite Cool tools from this year on his blog and via the public Google Slide. There is one new entry per day from December 1 to 24, it's a bit like an EdTech Advent Calendar.
This year …
Four Halloween activities for Google
Eric Curts shares some fun Halloween IT assignments that can be accomplished with the help of Google. He also shares the templates to get you started.
Beware of Quishing: New phishing technique
In the digital age, technology is developing rapidly and so are the methods used by cybercriminals. One of these new threats is Quishing, a form of phishing using QR codes.
Teaching with artificial intelligence: OpenAI
OpenAI releases a guide for teachers using ChatGPT in their classroom, explaining how ChatGPT works and its limitations, the effectiveness of AI detectors and biases.
Save web pages to Google Drive
If you frequently surf the Internet for work or personal life, you know how irritating it is to keep bookmarking notes and pages or having to save chunks of text in a separate document. With Save to Google Drive you can save these pages in your …
Right to disconnect: Help each other as colleagues not to be disturbed on holiday
With the summer holidays just around the corner, employers should make clear agreements with their staff about how they can let go of their work on days off. So says Lode Godderis, professor of occupational medicine (KU Leuven) and CEO of the …
Apples, XR and why it's not plum time yet: Kim enthusiastic blog post
I saw, followed and (virtually) watched the long-awaited unveiling of the Apple headset. I disrespectfully call it the goggles with crazy features. I myself am not yet sure what I think of it exactly, a real test may be necessary for that.
Archive/save data school agenda Smartschool school year 2022-2023
Short article explaining how you can save your school agenda on Smartschool since switching to planner.
What is bionic reading and how can you apply it to your texts?
In today's modern world, reading at a brisk pace is an essential skill. Whether reading an email, a news article or an academic article, we all need the ability to read quickly and effectively. But what if there was a way to improve and optimize …
Introductory games for French, English, Spanish or German tutors
For language lessons, it is advisable to get acquainted informally for half an hour through a game before the substantive start. That immediately broke the ice. In this article you will find, in addition to the Dutch version of the …