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ChatGPT & Generative AI

See how educators are using ChatGPT and other generative artificial intelligence tools to streamline curriculum planning and assessment, and how they are guiding students to use these powerful AI tools with caution.

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  • 4 Time-Saving AI Tools for Teachers

    New edtech tools are making it easier for teachers to complete tasks like generating lessons and providing differentiated texts, freeing up time for them to work with students.
    Stephen Noonoo
  • Using AI to Encourage Productive Struggle in Math

    Students ‘don’t need an answer, they need help with the process,’ and combining ChatGPT with Wolfram Alpha is one way to guide them through it.
  • 6 Ways to Use ChatGPT to Save Time

    Teachers can use the artificial intelligence tool to effectively automate some routine tasks.
  • How School Leaders Can Pave the Way for Productive Use of AI

    Leveraging technology to advance teaching and learning promotes a culture of inquiry at school.
  • 9 Tips for Using AI for Learning (and Fun!)

    These innovative, AI-driven activities will help you engage students across grade levels and subject areas.
  • 7 AI Tools That Help Teachers Work More Efficiently

    These apps and websites can help teachers boost their productivity, personalize learning, and create lesson content.
  • Teaching Students How to Use AI Responsibly

    Rather than forbid students to use artificial intelligence, an English teacher shows them how they can use it in ways that support their learning.
  • Using ChatGPT to Support Student-Led Inquiry

    Positioning AI as a mentor or simulator of real-world scenarios can promote student inquiry and aid project-based learning.
  • Improving Your Teaching With an AI Coach

    New tools are leveraging artificial intelligence to help teachers glean insights into how they interact with students.
  • Using AI to Help Organize Lesson Plans

    Artificial intelligence tools like ChatGPT can help educators find activities that are set up to teach designated skills.
  • Using ChatGPT in Math Lesson Planning

    Artificial intelligence tools are useful beyond language arts classes. Math teachers can use them to save time and create interesting lessons.
  • Meet ‘ChemBot’: How to Design a Personalized GPT Tutor

    The PROMPT framework helps teachers construct scaffolded GPT prompts to build their own AI classroom assistants.
  • Some Ideas for Using ChatGPT in Middle and High School Classes

    Teachers can use tools like ChatGPT as one strategy in their efforts to teach students how to think critically and write effectively.
  • 4 Ways to Use AI in Implementing Restorative Practices

    Artificial intelligence can be an effective tool in implementing restorative practices by tailoring the approach to the situation.
  • Using AI to Support Multilingual Students

    Artificial intelligence tools can help multilingual students better understand complex texts in English.

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