Larry Ferlazzo: How I’m Using AI Art Generation To Teach English To Newcomers

Larry Ferlazzo: How I’m Using AI Art Generation To Teach English To Newcomers. “I’ve previously shared THE BEST RESOURCES FOR TEACHING & LEARNING WITH AI ART GENERATION TOOLS, which included some preliminary ideas on how to us AI art creation sites in the classroom. I thought I would share how I’ve been using them in my ELL Newcomers class over the past few weeks, and hope that readers will share even better ideas.” I have a great deal of respect for Larry, but this time I want to disagree with him about terminology. I don’t think we should call them “art generators”. I think we should call them “image generators.” Referring to the output as “art” gives it a cultural credibility it does not deserve.

Faculty Focus: How and Why to Evaluate Open Educational Resources (OERs)

Faculty Focus: How and Why to Evaluate Open Educational Resources (OERs). “I expected a good experience when I was asked to review an online course in the spring of 2022 that was comprised of OERs. Unfortunately, as I began reviewing the course the saying, ‘You get what you pay for’ kept going through my mind. But fortunately, it was a good reminder of how to avoid potential pitfalls when using OERs.”

Tony Vincent: Build Labeling Games with Quizlet Diagrams

Tony Vincent: Build Labeling Games with Quizlet Diagrams. “Quizlet has been around since 2005, and the study tool continues to add new features. In 2016 Quizlet introduced Quizlet Live, a team-based way for students to study terms and definitions. Now Quizlet has added Diagrams. Diagrams are helpful for studying content that requires maps, charts, or images. You can find and study interactive diagrams on a variety of topics at Quizlet.com and in the Quizlet app. “