ChatGPT was recently released, are we all doomed? ChatGPT is all the rage on different social platforms, forums, and all over regular news as well. Is this wave of AI our doom, or simply the new way of how things will be from now on? Can ChatGPT Write Code? I recently read an interesting article… Continue reading ChatGPT – Are We All Doomed?
Sometimes life gets more hectic than usual. And sometimes, you need a little help to slow down and really take care of yourself. Have you heard of Insight Timer? If not, this is an app worth looking into for improving your mental health. Let’s look at Insight Timer and a review of the app. 5… Continue reading Insight Timer – App Review
If you couldn’t get enough of Poppy, Casteel, and the kingdom of Atlantia look no further! This is a book review of Kingdom of Flesh and Fire – book two in the series! What did I like? Being the second book in the series, we once again come back to the kingdom of Solis and… Continue reading Book Review of Kingdom of Flesh and Fire
Is analog or digital better when it comes to bullet journaling? Do you find yourself switching between using a digital tool for planning your life, and going back to regular pen and paper? You’re not alone! Here’s why it’s not necessarily a bad thing, but more about what fits you best, right now. Ryder Carroll,… Continue reading Bullet Journaling – Is Analog or Digital Better?
This is my personal book review of From Blood and Ash. Looking for a new fantasy novel to read or to tell your students about? From Blood and Ash by Jennifer L. Armentrout could be a place to start. Introduction and Spoiler-Free Summary The book starts in a local tavern, but that’s pretty much all… Continue reading Book Review of From Blood and Ash
This semester it was time to read something new, and for the first-year electricians-to-be, that something was the novel Orbiting Jupiter by Gary D. Schmidt. This is a short book review of Orbiting Jupiter and some suggestions for how to work with the novel. Short (Spoiler-Free) Summary of the Plot This is a quote from… Continue reading Orbiting Jupiter – A Book Review
So it’s New Year’s Eve and today is a day for goal setting and well…lists of various kinds. I decided to do a review and reflection of my 2022 and I based the method on Matt Ragland’s W.R.A.P and how he used it when creating an annual review. In short, W.R.A.P stands for: A time… Continue reading Reflections for 2022 – Teacher Edition
It’s the last week of December, are you all set for 2023 yet? If not teachers, here are 5 things to get you ready for 2023 – teacher edition! Summarize Your Wins of the Year – Big and Small! As we near the end of the semester it’s natural to summarize the year and start… Continue reading Teachers, How to Get Ready for 2023
I think my child has ADHD – now what? Being a parent and also being a teacher gives certain insights. I have two sons, aged 12 and 10. Early on, I thought something was a bit different with my youngest. I started suspecting he might have ADHD, but how do you cope with this as… Continue reading I Think My Child Has ADHD
Today we look at how to get started using Screencast-o-Matic, what it is and how you can use this as part of your arsenal for work. Living in a visually-oriented world means that you, as an educator, sometimes need to use video-based ways of communicating with your students. This was indeed a natural part of… Continue reading How to Get Started With Screencast-O-Matic