What Can We Refuse in AI?

I wrote this post to reflect on my own practices and philosophies of what I feel I must refuse, and what I feel I cannot refus

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

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

Cultivating Compassionate Community to Foster Academic Integrity? (with @Yasser_Tammer)

I, Maha, am working on multiple things, including a paper with Alysia Wright in Calgary, and I’m trying to clarify a tho

What I Mean When I Say Critical AI Literacy

To unpack this, we should first maybe unpack crticial, AI, and literacy. By critical, I mean this in multiple senses of the wo

Promoting Critical AI Literacies in Egypt

So I have been giving talks around AI all over the place recently, and I thought I might as well at least share ONE of the rec

Reflections for Education and Parenting from Extended Mind: Movement

I’m still reading The Extended Mind by Annie Paul Murphy and here are some reflections from chapters 2 and 3 on Movement

Ideas for Introducing AI in Class #ChatGPT #OpenAIChatGPT #AILiteracy

So of course every day I change my mind about how I’ll introduce AI in class beyond our first class. So I shared a littl

On Equity and Trust and AI

So next week, Anna Mills & I are giving a workshop on Critical AI literacy (info and registration here), and in my departm

Equity Unbound Workshop: How well does #ChatGPT (or any AI tool) do on our writing assignments? How do we adapt? #openai

Are you wondering how well AI tools like ChatGPT can generate text in response to the writing assignments you give? Could or s