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ChatGPT can quickly generate game ideas, content, and questions, saving teachers time in the process. ChatGPT can be also tailored to the specific needs and interests of a class, helping teachers create games that are relevant and engaging for their students.
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ChatGPT is a particularly useful writing generator and can also save teachers much time. Teachers can use ChatGPT to assist them in the writing of (among other things): curriculum materials, feedback on student work, rubrics, discussions questions, grammar or vocabulary lessons, and a mindmap of a course.
Shawn O’Neill is an experienced classroom teacher, curriculum designer, and presenter. She has spent over 24 years teaching in the elementary-level classroom and is currently a professor at Bridgewater State University, teaching in the Elementary Education Department.
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With ChatGPT, students can receive tailored support tailored to their learning styles. With its AI-powered platform, ChatGPT can provide an individualized learning path that ensures both engagement and comprehension for each student.
Our friends at Book Creator have some fantastic webinars planned for May, including one with our very own Director of Professional Learning, Shawn McCusker on 4th May!
New Full Year AI Teacher Cohort!
Ten 90-minute sessions over the school year will each dive into specific aspect of AI in education and give educators a chance to apply what they have learned.