AI Teacher Tool Round Up

As an instructional coach, I am always on the lookout for new and innovative ways to enhance the teaching and learning experience.

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a rapidly growing field that has the potential to revolutionize education by providing teachers with powerful tools that can automate routine tasks, analyze student data, and personalize learning experiences. In this post, I will explore some of the most exciting AI tools that are currently available to teachers, and explain how they can be used to improve student outcomes and create a more engaging and effective learning environments.

Whether you are a seasoned educator or just starting out in your teaching career, this post will provide you with valuable insights into the world of AI and its potential impact on education. So let’s dive in!

1. Conker : Conker effortlessly write a variety of questions for quizzes on an array of topics when you give it a simple prompt. Quizzes can be exported to Google Forms in a click. Conker is free to use and archives your work automatically into a library.

2. Twee : Twee generates quiz questions from YouTube videos. One downside is generation is limited to 5 minutes at a time, but you can easily move the timer and regenerate for more of the video. Here is a demo I created for use with my school’s LMS.

3. Nolej (pronounced as Knowledge): Nolej is a powerful virtual digital content generator that not only takes course materials and generates lessons and interactive content, but also allows content to be shared in a variety of formats, including Google Classroom and SCORM packages that can be imported to many LMS. See an example here.

In conclusion, the future of AI in education is both exciting and promising.

As we continue to develop and refine these technologies, we can expect to see more and more AI tools being integrated into the classroom, enabling teachers to personalize learning experiences, automate routine tasks, and analyze student data in real-time. While there are certainly some challenges to overcome, such as ensuring that these technologies are used ethically and responsibly, the potential benefits for both teachers and students are enormous.

It is our responsibility to stay up-to-date with these developments and to help our colleagues understand how they can use AI tools to enhance the teaching and learning experience.

By embracing these technologies and exploring their full potential, we can create a brighter, more innovative future for education. (Content generated with the help of ChatGPT)

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  1. Thanks for the great resources, Betsy! There sure is a lot of clamor about the suspected “negatives” of AI in schools, but understanding the opportunities it’s presenting for better instruction is even more important.