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  • COVID Relief

    As ESSER Spending Ramps Up, Experts Offer Tips to Make Sure Students Truly Benefit, Now and Later a bar chart shows the top five areas that school districts have spent ESSER Funds on

    The pace of K-12 school districts' spending of ESSER Funds has picked up significantly this school year, and education leaders and researchers have shared tips and guides to help district leaders efficiently evaluate — or re-evaluate — their options when making procurement decisions, to ensure students benefit and stakeholders don't come to see spending decisions as failures. Read Full Article

  • AI Writing

    Is ChatGPT the End of Writing? Turnitin Believes It Could Actually Boost Students' Writing Instruction Image shows THE Journal Insider podcast logo and the text reads Season 2 Episode 3 "The Sky Is Not Falling: Turnitin Urges Educators to ‘Meet the Moment’ of ChatGPT" alongside a quote from the podcast

    Two former classroom teachers who have been working on Turnitin’s AI writing detection tool and related features to help educators better understand ChatGPT — and show them teachers how to use AI to save themselves time and how to tweak assignments so that ChatGPT cannot earn a good grade on writing homework — both believe that ChatGPT has presented a growth opportunity — or perhaps more of a growth demand — for writing instruction, which they explained in a podcast interview with THE Journal recently. Read Full Article

  • Expert Viewpoint

    Why Our Technology Nonprofit is Embracing ChatGPT and AI in Education illustration created by DALL-E shows a teacher in front of a blackboard wielding a sword over a futuristic robot. Text reads "expert viewpoint" with logo for THEjournal.com

    A technology educator shares how her nonprofit is using ChatGPT to help students participating in Technovation programs go further in their brainstorming and ideation as they aim to develop AI-based solutions to real-world problems. Here’s a concrete example from our program: Students in one group were interested in developing technology-based solutions to food wastage and conservation, encouraging more students to read, exercise, and be more inclusive. Read Full Article