‘Wow, you got way better results than I did’. A recent comment from a colleague about the use of Artificial Intelligence got me thinking about the importance of our prompts and to analyse just how different prompts can produce vastly different results. When it comes to teaching and taking on new tools or approaches, I […]
AI has become a hot topic in education, for both positive & negative reasons. As with all new technology, it’s important that students understand what it is & how to use it correctly! Microsoft Dream Space have teamed up with RTE Learn to do just that! In a new online series aimed to educate students
Can’t afford the new mobile responsive tech solutions? Let’s utilise what is available to bring the learning to our students on the go! A YouTube – Padlet combination.
Google Classroom is an online learning environment that is used by over 150 million students and teachers worldwide. Its usage doubled between 2019 and 2021 due to the Covid 19 pandemic. I have been using Google Classroom in a primary school setting since 2017. In the blog post, we will look at some brief ‘tips
My latest discovery on Teams that I think is worth sharing is the new classwork section. The classwork section in teams creates a space where students can access a range of resources such as; one note pages, power points, forms quizzes and word documents. This tool on Teams benefits teachers by streamlining their lesson planning
AI creating learning activities for us – is this a move to the dark side? H5P is only one tool that has integrated AI into automatically developing learning content. Let’s explore!
It Is fair to say that significant momentum is building behind the use of AI in education with each passing week. A mere review of the TeachNet blog will see 3 of the last 6 blog posts focussing on Microsoft’s AI Upskilling Programme, Using AI to Help with Productivity and the use of Google Bard
Microsoft has launched a new national Artificial Intelligence skills training programme. The announcement was made in Dublin today when Minister of State for Trade Promotion, Digital and Company Regulation Dara Calleary, visited One Microsoft Place. The Minister engaged in a roundtable discussion, which brought together leaders from industry, education and academia to discuss the opportunity
A last call out to potential participants for our two July blended EPV day approved summer courses, Crafting a Game Based Learning Environment and Computational Thinking in Your Classroom. Join the Dream Space team for two days (July 3rd & 4th) in Microsoft Dream Space (One Microsoft Place, Leopardstown, Dublin) for two hands on workshops
Get ready to unleash your students’ curiosity, embrace computational thinking, and embark on game-based learning adventures. Join the Dream Space team as they delve into three innovative blended courses that will empower you to create engaging and effective learning environments. STEM Starters – Igniting Curiosity in Young Learners is specifically designed for teachers working with