Intenionally Adapting for Accessibility: Drawing with Students Who are Visually Impaired (QuickDraw)

What happens when you have a valuable but very very visual activity and you have people in the room who are blind? (I say blin

Teachers Are Human Beings, Too (a grading time post)

I don’t know if students realize how stressful grading time is for faculty. Even for someone like me, who uses ungrading

What Matters (in Palestine)

We have to keep reminding ourselves about what truly matters in the situation in Palestine and who are the people furthest fro

AI Sandwich in context

This post is an adaptation of something I wrote in a mailing list in response to Jon Ippolito’s “AI Sandwich”

New Post & Resources on Critical AI Literacy

If you’ve been following this blog, you know I’ve written about critical AI literacy, and as I’ve keynoted,

On Being Brave Enough to Be Bad while Learning Crochet

Everyone needs to hear this:"Be brave enough to be bad at something new." @JonAcuff https://t.co/M93kYS8hqQI try to

PrePrint Story: The urgency of metaphors for AI for Critical #AILiteracy #ChatGPT #AIinEd

This is the story of publishing the preprint of our article: Gupta, A., Atef, Y., Mills, A., Bali, M. (forthcoming). Assistant

One Year into ChatGPT: Resources & Possible Directions for Educators in 2024

I haven’t blogged in a while – the world has been up in flames, my heart has been hurting, I’ve been feeling

My Role Model for Open, Caring and Generous Mentoring (Remembering Jon Nixon)

I will never ever forget Jon Nixon. Jon was my first PhD supervisor at the University of Sheffield in the UK, but he moved to

My Assessments Next Semester – Modified for Avoiding & Embracing AI

I am an educational developer, so I often need to help people think through how they’re going to respond to the advent o