Webinar “Show Your Work: How to Use Mind Mapping to Avoid Cheating with ChatGPT”
How do you know when your students really understand the assignment? If you ask a math teacher, they will likely tell you that they can actually see how much a student knows on a given topic when the student shows their work. Lately, it seems like all the buzz is around how artificial intelligence engines, like ChatGPT, can be used by students to fake an assignment. In this edWebinar, the presenters will discuss how educators can engage students with mind mapping—a research-based, thoughtful writing process that stops plagiarism.
This edWebinar will discuss and demonstrate how mind mapping can promote the ethical use of ChatGPT in any project or assignment. Mind mapping is a way to document the process of planning and organizing any assignment using technology tools. Mind mapping, by design, supports the access of both sides of the brain for more creative, imaginative, yet structured writing. The culminating exercise of this session will be to use this mind-mapping process to examine the advantages of ChatGPT in education. Audience participation will be a vital part of this collaborative endeavor.
This edWebinar will be of interest to K-12 teachers, librarians, school and district leaders, and education technology leaders. There will be time for questions at the end of the presentation.
About the Presenters
Rachelle Dené Poth is an edtech consultant, presenter, attorney, author, and teacher of Spanish and STEAM: What’s nExT in Emerging Technology? Rachelle has a Juris Doctor degree from Duquesne University School of Law, a master’s in instructional technology, and is currently pursuing a second doctorate, focused on educational technology. Rachelle is an ISTE Certified Educator and recipient of the ISTE Making IT Happen Award and several presidential gold and silver awards for volunteer service. Since 2019, Rachelle has written seven books. Her newest book, Things I Wish [...] Knew, includes the voices of 50 educators worldwide. She is also a columnist for Getting Smart, Defined Learning, Edutopia, and NEO LMS.
Dr. Andrès Kruse is a seasoned professional with a rich background in physics and computing. He obtained his Ph.D. in particle physics and worked at CERN in Switzerland before moving on to work on artificial life simulations in Cambridge, UK. Currently, he serves as the CTO of BioSilico Limited, where he leads the development of cutting-edge technology for the edtech industry, including the innovative idea appears. Dr. Kruse has a keen interest in artificial intelligence and its potential implications for individuals and society. His diverse range of experiences has equipped him with the skills and knowledge needed to navigate complex technical and ethical challenges.
Tom Whitby is a lifelong learner and educator. He taught middle school/secondary English for 34 years and was a supervisory professor for six years for the pre-service education students at St. Joseph’s College. Tom is the author of two books: The Relevant Educator: How Connectedness Empowers Learning and The Educator’s Guide to Creating Connections. In addition, he is an active blogger (My Island View at tomwhitby.com); host of #EdChat Radio for the Bam Radio Network; co-founder of #Edchat on Twitter; and owner of several Linkedin Groups: Technology-Using Professors, Twitter-Using Educators, Educational Bloggers, Ning-Using Educators, NYSCATE Network, and Levittown, NY, Connections. He is a former contributing editor to SmartBlog on Education by SmartBrief.
Joyce Whitby is a lifelong EdTechKnowLedgist who started off as a special ed educator in NYC, and then taught graduate-level EdTech courses at Long Island University. Since then, Joyce has been in the business of educational technology and has held key leadership roles in sales leadership, professional development, and marketing with organizations like Apple Computer, Scientific Learning, and SchoolMessenger. She has been a longtime member and past Co-chair of the SIIA EDU Board, and still coordinates their Innovation Showcase which is part of the CODiES. She also has extensive experience working with startup EdTech ventures. In 2017, Joyce and her husband (aka @tomwhitby, co-founder of #edchat) launched their consulting business working with emerging and growing EdTech companies, seeking growth in revenue and market share, Innovations4Education.com.
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Time: 3:00 pm — 4:00 pm EDT