- Harnessing the Power of New AI Tools: The Future Is Here (my first impressions of AI)
- (creating decodable books!)
- AI Tips: The AI Classroom (book review)
- Planning for AI Implementation: Strategic Support for Leaders (30-min presentation with slides!)
- Guest Blogger Allison Paludi: 3 Reasons I'm Using a Chatbot in My Classes (teacher applications)
- Writing: Let ChatGPT Create Your Exemplars (how to use AI to strengthen writing instruction, with a recommended writing instruction sequence... first published on MiddleWeb)
TOOLS IN ACTION:
- WATCH "How to Save Hours as a Teacher Using A.I. Tools" by A.J. Juliani, Learning with A.I. Tools, 4/24/23. 10 mins. Stunning demo of how to create a 6th-grade history/science project and rubric and materials in 2 minutes!
- WATCH "The Amazing A.I. Super Tutor for Students and Teachers" by Sal Khan, TED Talk, TED 2023 (April). 15 mins. MIND-BLOWING demos of Khanmigo, which provides super-helpful tutoring (and asks questions instead of giving students the answers)!
- WATCH "Practical AI for Instructors and Students" by Ethan and Lilach Mollick at UPENN-Wharton. A 5-part (13-min each) introductory series on using generative AI.
- WATCH "The A.I. Dilemma" on YouTube (March 9, 2023). This 1-hour video should be REQUIRED VIEWING for every citizen!!! More than 50% of people who work in AI think there's a 10% chance that AI will destroy civilization as we know it.
- WATCH "Artificial Intelligence Revolution," 60 Minutes, 4/19/23. This 29-min CBS TV segment gives a useful overview of what we know about AI as of April, 2023.
- The AI Classroom: The Ultimate Guide to Artificial Intelligence in the Classroom by Dan Fitzpatrick, Amanda Fox, and Brad Weinstein, TeacherGoals Publishing, 3/30/23. Lots of practical tools and templates for how to get the most out of AI. For more info, check out this TLC Blog post.
- Subscribe to The Literacy Cookbook Website for access to 2,000+ documents/tools to support literacy instruction. (Use the 50%-off discount code TLCBOOK50 here to join, or Email me if you would like to register a group.)
- "Learning with A.I. Tools," led by A.J. Juliani: participate in discussions and find resources and explainers.
- "Learning Revolution," led by Steve Hargadon, for resources and events (esp. his very helpful Chat GPT Bootcamp with resources here).
- ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education) offers numerous resources on AI here, including free guides for elementary and secondary educators. Check out this brief guide, "Bringing AI to School: Tips for School Leaders."
- CRAFT AI Literacy Resources, Stanford University: "Free resources to help you teach high school students in all subject areas to understand and question Artificial Intelligence."
- OpenAI: "Teaching with AI" offers tips for how teachers can use ChatGPT effectively. It includes some detailed prompts (from Ethan Mollick) to create materials such as lesson plans and explainers; it also offers a prompt to create an AI tutor!
- Ethan Mollick of UPENN-Wharton has written useful blogs: