October 19, 2023
Have you ever been kept up at night thinking about Schoology’s collaboration tools and how they could fit into your classes? If you answered with a resounding ‘yes’, fear not! You can sleep easy knowing that your instructional technologists, Stephanie and I, have put together some guidance for your burning questions:
- How do I create a Schoology discussion?
- How do I design my discussions to be meaningful and ‘ChatGPT resistant’? (Source: Professor Andy Hyer, Boise State University)
- How Do I Use Grading Groups?
The tutorial on grading groups that's linked above also covers:
- How do I create grading groups?
- How do I assign course material to grading groups?
- How do I filter the gradebook by grading groups?
- How do I edit or delete grading groups?
After reflecting on the responses to the Chat GPT email that we sent last week, we want to acknowledge that all of your feelings around AI are valid, whether they're rooted in enthusiam, uncertainty, or even resistance. As instructional technologists, we are here to invite curiosity, discovery and create a space for sharing ideas on using AI in your own life/work as educators (if you so choose).
It's worth noting that if you have any concerns about AI and academic dishonesty in your classes, the Academic Dean, Julia Hollinger (email@example.com)
Your Instructional Technologists,
Stephanie & Kat