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gotFeedback - gotLearning

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gotFeedback uses artificial intelligence (AI) features to provide clear and actionable feedback for student writing. After making your free account, describe the type of feedback requested,...more
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gotFeedback uses artificial intelligence (AI) features to provide clear and actionable feedback for student writing. After making your free account, describe the type of feedback requested, such as details, a clear thesis statement, or the use of specific claims to support information. Next, upload the writing to be analyzed or copy and paste the text into the designated area. After submitting your writing sample, gotFeedback provides you with feedback, including suggestions for improvement and a sample revision.

tag(s): artificial intelligence (79), assessment (145), feedback (8), writing (315)

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Use gotFeedback to provide quick assessments of students' writing and to focus on specific ways to improve their work. Use the Prompt Guide on gotFeedback to understand how to provide clear and actionable feedback to support students. If desired, share the revised writing example with students to use as a model for editing their work, or share the feedback and ask them to change based on that information. Use Google Docs or Microsoft Word for students to track and share writing revisions. For example, ask students to begin writing projects in Google Docs. After sharing their work, use gotFeedback to analyze the work based on your criteria, then share the feedback portion with the student. Ask the student to highlight areas that need improvement, then use that information as a starting point to revise the text below the original text. When finished, ask the student to write a short reflective piece on methods to improve his writing. Using this method allows you to view each writing process step as a reflective activity.

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Turbo Timeline Generator - Class Tools

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K to 12
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Quickly and easily generate and share timelines using the Turbo Timeline Generator. Begin by clicking the link to edit a timeline and change the informational text to add information...more
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Quickly and easily generate and share timelines using the Turbo Timeline Generator. Begin by clicking the link to edit a timeline and change the informational text to add information to your timeline. Copy and paste data from a website or document or type information into the timeline generator. Add images by putting square brackets around key information as described in the instructions; Class Tools finds images based on your content. Timelines must contain ten or more items to use the save feature. When saving a timeline, provide a password when prompted to access your unique URL. Timelines are not kept on Class Tools, so save the URL in an easy-to-find location for use later and edit information if desired. Additional options available for sharing timelines include QR codes and embed codes.

tag(s): data (144), sequences (12), timelines (47)

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Take advantage of this timeline creator to create and share timelines that engage students for many classroom uses and content. For example, create a timeline of events in a novel or historical event, use a timeline to show steps in a progression of events such as turning a bill into law, or create a timeline of class events throughout the school year to share during the end-of-year activities. Ask students to create a timeline using this generator and include a link in a multimedia presentation. Enhance learning by asking students to create a timeline of events as an alternative to a written presentation. Include the timeline link as part of an interactive presentation or image created with Genially, reviewed here. If necessary, ask a student to create a video tutorial of how to create and share a timeline using the Turbo Timeline Generator and share the tutorial on your class site for students to access as needed.

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OK2Ask: Tech Made EZ with ClassTools - TeachersFirst

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This recording of an OK2Ask online professional learning session is from September 2023. You can register and immediately view the archive of the session.

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This recording of an OK2Ask online professional learning session is from September 2023. You can register and immediately view the archive of the session.

Engaging and assessing diverse learners is a critical challenge in today's rapidly evolving educational landscape. Join us for an interactive virtual workshop that will help you harness the potential of ClassTools to design meaningful projects that cater to a range of student abilities and needs. You'll also explore using ClassTools projects as formative and summative assessments that provide meaningful feedback and support diverse learners. As a result of this session, teachers will: 1. Learn how to use ClassTools to create projects that accommodate the needs of diverse learners; 2. Explore the free tools available via ClassTools and their applications in diverse educational contexts; and 3. Create and share your own ClassTools project using different templates and games. This session is appropriate for teachers at all technology levels.

tag(s): assessment (145), Formative Assessment (68), professional development (379)

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The archive of this teacher-friendly, hands-on webinar will empower and inspire you to use learning technology in the classroom and for professional productivity. As appropriate, specific classroom examples and ideas have been shared. View the session with a few of your teaching colleagues to find and share new ideas. Find additional information and links to tools at the session resource page. Learn more about OK2Ask and upcoming sessions here.

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OK2Ask: Generating Formative and Summative Assessments using AI - TeachersFirst

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This recording of an OK2Ask online professional learning session is from September 2023. You can register and immediately view the archive of the session.

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This recording of an OK2Ask online professional learning session is from September 2023. You can register and immediately view the archive of the session.

Artificial intelligence (AI) offers exciting opportunities to transform assessment practices. In this workshop, you will learn how to use education-specific AI tools to create engaging, effective formative and summative assessments for your students. Join us to explore various AI tools that can help you design and generate assessment items, rubrics, feedback, and reports based on your curriculum's learning objectives and standards. As a result of this session, teachers will: 1. Identify and evaluate different types of AI tools for assessment creation and delivery; 2. Use AI tools to design and generate formative and summative assessment instruments, such as quizzes, projects, portfolios, and presentations; and 3. Reflect on the benefits and challenges of using AI tools for assessment in your teaching practice This session is appropriate for teachers at all technology levels.

tag(s): artificial intelligence (79), assessment (145), Formative Assessment (68), professional development (379)

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The archive of this teacher-friendly, hands-on webinar will empower and inspire you to use learning technology in the classroom and for professional productivity. As appropriate, specific classroom examples and ideas have been shared. View the session with a few of your teaching colleagues to find and share new ideas. Find additional information and links to tools at the session resource page. Learn more about OK2Ask and upcoming sessions here.

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Twitter Chat: Exploring the World from Your Classroom - TeachersFirst

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This archived Twitter chat is from September 2023 and will open in Wakelet. The title of this chat is Exploring the World from Your Classroom. During this chat, participants: 1. ...more
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This archived Twitter chat is from September 2023 and will open in Wakelet. The title of this chat is Exploring the World from Your Classroom. During this chat, participants: 1. Shared ways to integrate virtual field trips across your curriculum, 2. Explored tools and resources for virtual field trips, and 3. Discussed the benefits of cross-curricular virtual field trip experiences.

tag(s): twitterchatarchive (171), virtual field trips (79)

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Find resources and information about virtual field trips. Share this chat with your colleagues looking for strategies and resources on virtual field trips in the classroom.

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Claude - Anthropic

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Claude is an artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot that serves many purposes, such as summarizing and analyzing information, translating text and data, and creating ideas and responses...more
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Claude is an artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot that serves many purposes, such as summarizing and analyzing information, translating text and data, and creating ideas and responses to text. One useful feature in Claude is adding up to five files in PDF, txt, CSV, and other formats. Begin by creating an account using your email address or Google account. Enter your message in the chat box, and Claude will respond based on your input. Use the option to regenerate the request if you want to see different answers, or use the chat box to type in clarifying information to improve the response. View your chat history below the message box and click any chat to review the reply. Use the drop box with the message's title to rename the chat or delete it from your history. Always verify any information provided by ChatGPT before using it. Claude is an evolving tool, and many features regularly change (or upgrade).

tag(s): artificial intelligence (79), chat (39), search strategies (23)

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Use this resource to improve productivity by asking it to create quizzes, rubrics, lesson plans, and more. Because Claude includes the option to add files, increase productivity further by attaching a worksheet and asking it to modify the content to differentiate learning or to suggest ideas for presenting the content in a different format. Be sure to ask for information as precisely as possible by including grade-level information, the subject you teach, content standards and teaching objectives, and options for differentiating instruction. Math teachers can ask Claude to explain the content differently or ask for ideas on applying math topics to everyday life. In social studies or science, ask Claude to generate a vocabulary list or create a story based on your lessons incorporating essential vocabulary terms. ELA teachers might use Claude to get suggestions for interventions to support struggling readers or to find additional resources to support current lessons. Always verify any information provided by ChatGPT before using it. Claude is an evolving tool, and many features change (or upgrade) regularly.

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iSpring Free - i

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iSpring Free PowerPoint Add-on is a free tool for creating interactive eLearning courses from PowerPoint presentations. It includes many features, such as adding interactive elements...more
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iSpring Free PowerPoint Add-on is a free tool for creating interactive eLearning courses from PowerPoint presentations. It includes many features, such as adding interactive elements to your presentations, quizzes, and surveys, exporting your classes in various formats, including SCORM and HTML5, progress tracking, and collaboration. iSpring Free PowerPoint Add-on is an excellent tool for creating interactive eLearning courses without coding or design experience. It is easy to use and can be used to create various types of courses. You will need Microsoft PowerPoint and the ability to download software to your computer to use this tool.
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tag(s): interactive stories (20), quizzes (88), slides (45), video (253)

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Use the iSpring Free PowerPoint add-on to enhance instruction by creating engaging materials. The software includes a user-friendly screen recorder, which allows you to easily insert videos into a presentation or record annotation and voice-over slides. Teachers may want to use recorded videos to create interactive activities that empower students to explore and learn at their own pace. For example, teachers can develop branching scenarios and simulations. The free version allows for creating multiple choice, multiple answers, and essay questions in quizzes, which are graded automatically. When you finish building, easily share content with your students by importing or embedding the file into your learning management system using SCORM or HTML5 or sharing a link.

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AI: More Than Human - Google Arts and Culture

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AI: More Than Human provides an extensive look at the development and uses of artificial intelligence (AI) through many different viewpoints. Begin with the basics by reading the article,...more
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AI: More Than Human provides an extensive look at the development and uses of artificial intelligence (AI) through many different viewpoints. Begin with the basics by reading the article, What is AI? and follow a timeline highlighting important moments that define AI. Next, view a series of videos that explain AI uses and critical topics. Additional resources include an AI exhibition, a look at how AI works, cultural issues, how AI combines with art and nature, and the use of AI in art. Be sure to visit the links at the bottom of the page to explore additional stories, images, videos, and experiments.

tag(s): animation (62), artificial intelligence (79), musical instruments (46), poetry (187), psychology (67), rhythm (20), STEM (254)

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Use the information on this site to develop your understanding of AI, along with increasing your awareness of the benefits and negative aspects of AI. Take advantage of the activities shared on More Than Human for students to explore music and art activities. For example, select Create Your Own Artwork to create a Poem Portrait by adding one word to generate an addition to a collective poem or provide students with time to explore 12 Songs Created by Artificial Intelligence. Share articles and experiments with students by creating a Wakelet, reviewed here collection that includes links to materials found on this site and others of your choosing. After exploring the many applications of AI, ask students to debate the pros and cons of using Artificial Intelligence. Visit ProCon,reviewed here and search for artificial intelligence to find a discussion on the pros and cons of AI, along with discussion questions and an extensive resource list to use for research. Ask students to create videos, infographics, or multimedia presentations using Canva Edu, reviewed here to share their knowledge of AI.

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ZEP - ZEP Co., Ltd

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ZEP is a virtual space where members can move, speak, and interact with other community members and objects. ZEP allows subscribers to create virtual chatrooms that resemble real-life...more
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ZEP is a virtual space where members can move, speak, and interact with other community members and objects. ZEP allows subscribers to create virtual chatrooms that resemble real-life offices, classrooms, social gatherings, and businesses. Teachers can create virtual rooms, called spaces, using provided templates or create a room from scratch by starting with an empty map. Rooms can accommodate up to 20 people at a time. Members must be at least 14 years old to have an account, and it requires parental permission for minors. Zep does allow your space to be password protected, among other security settings, to create a safer online environment for your students.

tag(s): digital escapes (4), game based learning (171), quizzes (88)

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Zep is a fun interactive space with many possibilities for classroom use! Choose from several games for content review or brain breaks. Quiz Show is a survival game where players survive by correctly answering quiz questions from the room host (the teacher). Escape Room is a game where you solve puzzles, discover clues, and complete tasks to escape from the game's setting in a limited time. The OX Quiz is a game where you correctly answer questions as they appear to survive. Choose the correct side and last to the end! Teachers can enhance their digital classrooms by adding announcements and links, collaboration spaces, and personalizing their space. Another great way to utilize the digital space is to make locations that may be physically inaccessible available digitally.

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QuestionWell - Maya Bialik LLC

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QuestionWell uses artificial intelligence (AI) to generate multiple-choice questions, learning objectives, and essential questions based on your text. Begin by signing in using your...more
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QuestionWell uses artificial intelligence (AI) to generate multiple-choice questions, learning objectives, and essential questions based on your text. Begin by signing in using your Google account, then add a topic, select a language (QuestionWell responds in over a dozen languages), and paste an optional reading passage. Leave the reading passage blank for QuestionWell to write a passage for you. When ready, click "Generate Set" to generate a set of multiple-choice questions and the reading passage if selected. Choose all questions, remove unwanted questions, or add your questions before sharing them with students. When ready, use the export link to print your quiz or share it with several sites, including Quizziz, reviewed here, Kahoot, reviewed here, Google Forms, reviewed here, and others. Free accounts allow members to copy and paste reading passages of up to 1,000 words and create multiple-choice questions.

tag(s): artificial intelligence (79), assessment (145), Formative Assessment (68), quiz (66), Teacher Utilities (143)

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Use QuestionWell to create review questions based on your selected reading materials, or let QuestionWell generate text based on your topic to use as an introduction to upcoming lessons. For example, as an introduction to an upcoming unit on the solar system, ask QuestionWell to generate questions about the solar system and include your grade level. Use the provided questions and personalize them as needed, then share the questions and reading passage to engage students in learning about your upcoming topic. Use the essential questions generated with your topic as a starting point for extending learning through project-based learning opportunities. Learn more about Project Based Learning and find helpful resources at TeachersFirst Project-Based Learning Special Topics Page, reviewed here.
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Twitter Chat: Rewards of Retrieval - TeachersFirst

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This archived Twitter chat is from September 2023 and will open in Wakelet. The title of this chat is: Rewards of Retrieval. During this chat, participants: 1. Defined and discussed...more
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This archived Twitter chat is from September 2023 and will open in Wakelet. The title of this chat is: Rewards of Retrieval. During this chat, participants: 1. Defined and discussed the basic elements of retrieval practice, 2. Shared tech tools and resources that support retrieval practice, and 3. Collaborated on ideas for integrating retrieval across your curriculum.

tag(s): twitterchatarchive (171)

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Find resources and information about retrieval practice. Share this chat with your colleagues looking for strategies and resources on retrieval practice for the classroom.

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AnyRec Screen Recorder - AnyRec

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AnyRec Screen Recorder is software that allows you to capture your computer activities with ease and simplicity. It has tailored features that cater to various needs, including creating...more
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AnyRec Screen Recorder is software that allows you to capture your computer activities with ease and simplicity. It has tailored features that cater to various needs, including creating tutorial or demo videos, recording webinars or meetings, capturing gameplay footage, and even recording webcam videos. The free version of this software has a three-minute time limit on recordings. This screen recorder requires a software download. If you use a device issued by your school system, downloading software may be disabled.

tag(s): video (253)

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Create short videos for students to reference for help while the teacher works with groups or individual students to minimize interruptions. Use AnyRec Screen Recorder to create an engaging video tutorial that explains a complex concept. AnyRec Screen Recorder can record a virtual field trip or guest speaker presentation for students who cannot attend in person.

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TinyWow - TinyWow

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Consider TinyWow as a versatile resource to assist you with editing, creating, and sharing files and documents of any kind, similar to a Swiss Army Knife. PDF tools allow you ...more
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Consider TinyWow as a versatile resource to assist you with editing, creating, and sharing files and documents of any kind, similar to a Swiss Army Knife. PDF tools allow you to merge, split, compress, and convert PDF documents to different formats. Use the video tools to resize and compress videos, change format, and trim videos. Use TinyWow's image tools to remove backgrounds, create artificial intelligence (AI) images, remove objects from images, and much more. Follow the directions to upload files, convert them, and then download them to your device. Although registration isn't required, TinyWow offers the option to create an account to save your work; otherwise, files are deleted after an hour.
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tag(s): artificial intelligence (79), editing (91), images (268), video (253)

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TinyWow is perfect for many different classroom uses, and since it doesn't require registration, it provides an excellent resource for use by you and your students. Use the image tools to remove unwanted objects from classroom photos, create profile images of students for use on student projects, or to create AI images for use with creative writing projects. Take advantage of the document tool to quickly convert documents to a standard format when sharing information with parents and peers.
 
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Cornell Garden-Based Learning - Cornell College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

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Project S.O.W. (Seeds of Wonder) is designed for educators who work with youth aged 13-19 and centers around personal growth, community connection, and equity. The Food Gardening with...more
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Project S.O.W. (Seeds of Wonder) is designed for educators who work with youth aged 13-19 and centers around personal growth, community connection, and equity. The Food Gardening with Justice in Mind provides a comprehensive resource for individuals interested in food gardening emphasizing sustainability, social justice, and community engagement. It offers practical lessons, resources, and guidance for individuals at all skill levels, fostering a deeper understanding of the connections between food, gardening, and social change. Each unit contains five to seven ready-made lessons where students work together to explore growing food, relationships with the land and food system, and practice leadership in their communities. Activities in the fully downloadable curriculum connect to New York State Learning Standards and 4-H life skills.

tag(s): plants (140), social and emotional learning (74), sustainability (44)

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Add this project or one of the units to your arsenal of tools for teaching the Sustainable Development Goals explained in World's Largest Lesson , reviewed here. Show the introduction to S.O.W. on your interactive whiteboard to the class focusing on the links for Seeds for Supper (a beginning gardening experience). If you don't have a school garden, there is a link to Gardening in Containers in Seeds for Supper, which would be easier and more affordable for a classroom or individual students. As you and your class move through the unit, have students use Wakelet, reviewed here to keep a list of notes and links. Be sure to include images of your before and after garden. As a culminating project, use Flip, reviewed here to have students describe the most useful information they learned from this unit. Ask them to comment on their peer's responses.
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Almanack - Almanack.ai

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Almanack uses AI (artificial intelligence) to generate lesson plans and materials for educators. Create an account to begin using Almanack and access your account dashboard. Select...more
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Almanack uses AI (artificial intelligence) to generate lesson plans and materials for educators. Create an account to begin using Almanack and access your account dashboard. Select the Resources link to choose from options to create a resource. Options include assessments, group activities, slide decks, and additional activities. After selecting one of the tools, follow the prompts to add course information, learning objectives, and outcomes. Export materials created by Almanack to Google Docs, PowerPoint, or Google Slides and edit as needed, depending on the type of tool made. Use the Courses link to develop lessons and units using Almanack's suggestions or add information manually.

tag(s): artificial intelligence (79), assessment (145), presentations (15), Teacher Utilities (143), worksheets (71)

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Use Almanack to quickly create classroom slide presentations, worksheets, and learning activities. Quickly create materials to differentiate instruction using the same topic but adjusting for different grade levels to meet students' abilities. A straightforward way to learn how to use Almanack is by beginning with the resources section. For example, start with video recommendations to find YouTube videos to include with your lessons. Being as specific as possible with requests will lead to the best suggestions that meet your needs.

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MagicSchool - Adeel Khan

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What if you could magically create rubrics, quizzes, and scaffold assignments? MagicSchool does it for you...and more! Create an account at MagicSchool to view the dozens of tools and...more
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What if you could magically create rubrics, quizzes, and scaffold assignments? MagicSchool does it for you...and more! Create an account at MagicSchool to view the dozens of tools and generators available using AI (artificial intelligence). After selecting a tool, use the included options to define terms such as grade level, text levels, or topics for your needs. Many tools also have opportunities to refine the results, including translation to several languages and length of response. MagicSchool also offers Raina, an education chatbot. Use Raina to answer school-related questions such as teaching ideas, research on pedagogy, and behavior management strategies. MagicSchool's database is trained on best practices for educators, is FERPA compliant, and declines non-educational requests. When using AI generation tools, always check the results for accuracy before using them.

tag(s): artificial intelligence (79), multilingual (62), quiz (66), quizzes (88), rubrics (32), Special Needs (52), Teacher Utilities (143), vocabulary (234)

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Use MagicSchool as a time-saving tool to support many professional needs in your classroom and increase productivity. For example, save time by choosing from the student support tools to generate ideas for IEPs or suggestions for behavior management. Prepare classroom newsletters quickly by sharing relevant information and asking MagicSchool to write your newsletter. Quickly create lessons, unit plans, rubrics, and more using the tools in the planning section.

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ChatGPT - OpenAI

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ChatGPT is an artificial intelligence chatbot that allows members to have conversations that answer questions and assist with many tasks. Create an account using your email address,...more
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ChatGPT is an artificial intelligence chatbot that allows members to have conversations that answer questions and assist with many tasks. Create an account using your email address, Google, or Microsoft account. Use the "Send a Message" box at the bottom of the page to type a chat request and click send. ChatGPT provides a response based on your input. Use the option to regenerate the request if you want to see different answers, or use the chat box to type in clarifying information to improve the response. Find your previous chats on the left side of the screen, and click any chat to edit, view, delete, or obtain a link to share. Always verify any information provided by ChatGPT before using it. This is an evolving tool, and many features change (or upgrade) on a regular basis.

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Use ChatGPT to increase your productivity and as a resource for finding classroom resources. For example, use the chat to find activities accompanying your current book study. An example question might be, "What are some activities to add to our study of Charlotte's Web in third grade?" Use a clarifying question to select one of the provided activities and ask for free online resources that support the provided response. This example includes several clarifying questions that provide additional ideas for books and activities to accompany Charlotte's. Ask ChatGPT to differentiate activities for students who need extra support or for those that need enrichment activities. Another use for ChatGPT is to write Student of the Week paragraphs; ask ChatGPT to write a paragraph including the student's name and accomplishments and revise the section to fit your needs.

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Content At Scale - AI Content Detector - Content at Scale

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Content at Scale is an AI content detector that can identify and classify content across various formats, including text, images, and videos. It can also detect and classify harmful...more
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Content at Scale is an AI content detector that can identify and classify content across various formats, including text, images, and videos. It can also detect and classify harmful content, such as hate speech, violence, and pornography. Content at Scale is powered by a large language model, which allows it to learn and adapt to new content types and formats. It is trained via a massive dataset of labeled content, allowing for a higher level of accuracy.

tag(s): artificial intelligence (79), writing (315)

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Educators can use Content at Scale to check student work for AI-written content with the AI detector tool. The AI checker gives you a percentage likelihood that the content is either written by AI or a human. This site should be used as a part of a qualified educator's overall evaluation of work and not as a sole means of evaluation.

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AI is for Everyone, Everywhere - EdSurge

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"AI is for Everyone, Everywhere" is a teacher research guide on integrating artificial intelligence into education. The research handbook includes webinars and The Hands-On AI Projects...more
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"AI is for Everyone, Everywhere" is a teacher research guide on integrating artificial intelligence into education. The research handbook includes webinars and The Hands-On AI Projects for the Classroom guide are from ISTE and GM. Guides contain innovative, student-driven projects that meet subject area standards while teaching students the foundations of AI and how it impacts our society. This research guide includes an extensive, downloadable document with in-depth projects and lesson plans to teach students about artificial intelligence. Separate guides are available for elementary, secondary, electives, computer science, and ethics and are available in multiple languages, including; English, Spanish, and Arabic. Look at the projects by scrolling down the page and finding the section that says 1. Select a group, 2. Select a Language. Then you download the PDF Guide.
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tag(s): artificial intelligence (79), Research (81)

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Read over the guide deciding which parts need to be shared with the class. Introduce the guide and the projects to students on an interactive whiteboard or with a projector through the part "activate prior knowledge." Then pair more computer savvy students with novice computer users or weak readers with stronger readers as needed. Next, the student-driven approach to the projects includes "Take a Closer Look" activities are scaffolded, guided learning activities that connect subject-area content and artificial intelligence concepts. "Culminating Performances" are meaningful performance tasks that challenge students to synthesize their learning and reflect on what they have learned. Once students have finished the first project, consider setting up computer stations for students to try out the different AI projects. Allow partners to work together.

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OK2Ask: 3 Cool Tools for Retrieval Practice - TeachersFirst

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This recording of an OK2Ask online professional learning session is from August 2023. You can register and immediately view the archive of the session.

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This recording of an OK2Ask online professional learning session is from August 2023. You can register and immediately view the archive of the session.

Retrieval practice is a powerful learning strategy that involves recalling information from memory, which has been shown to improve long-term retention and enhance critical thinking skills. Join this session to explore digital tools you can use to implement retrieval practice strategies that will facilitate and enhance student learning in your classroom. As a result of this session, teachers will: 1. Learn the principles and benefits of retrieval practice; 2. Explore technology tools that can facilitate retrieval practice; and 3. Plan to use technology tools to create and implement retrieval practice activities in the classroom. This session is appropriate for teachers at all technology levels.

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The archive of this teacher-friendly, hands-on webinar will empower and inspire you to use learning technology in the classroom and for professional productivity. As appropriate, specific classroom examples and ideas have been shared. View the session with a few of your teaching colleagues to find and share new ideas. Find additional information and links to tools at the session resource page. Learn more about OK2Ask and upcoming sessions here.

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