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AI: The Game Changer for Personalized Education

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👩‍🏫 For Teachers 👨‍🏫

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Information accurate as of 3/15/2024

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👩‍🎓 For Students 👨‍🎓

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Assessment

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  • "Generate multiple choice questions with answer key for this standard…"
  • "Write tasks for… at DOK level..."
  • "Create scenario-based or application-based questions about…"
  • "Generate writing prompts based on this standard…"
  • "Generate project ideas for…"
  • "Create rubric categories for the following standards..."
  • "Create a rubric using the following categories and point values..."

Prompts

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EL & IEP Students

  • Cultural Relevance: "Here is a lesson plan I'm teaching. Give me a list of ways I can make this lesson more culturally relevant to my students from [CULTURE or COUNTRY]."
    • "Make this resource more culturally relevant by incorporating plants, animals, common names, food, etc. from [CULTURE or COUNTRY]."
  • Literacy Skills: "Create a reader's theater script about a child from [CULTURE or COUNTRY]."
    • "Rewrite this text at WIDA level [#]."
    • "Rewrite this text at Lexile level [#]."
  • Vocab Simplification: "Simplify these vocab definitions for [GRADE] English language learners."

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Student Engagement

  • Incorporating student interests: “I'm teaching [TOPIC] to [GRADE] and they love [INTERESTS]. Make a list of connections that can help them stay engaged and retain knowledge.”
  • Anticipatory Sets: "I'm teaching a lesson about [TOPIC] to [GRADE LEVEL]. Generate several ideas for anticipatory sets that will get my students talking.
  • Relevance: "My [GRADE] students are learning about [TOPIC]. We live in [LOCATION] and my students come from the following backgrounds or cultures... Give examples of how this topic is relevant to them now and in the future."

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Prompts

  • Cross-curricular connections: “Give me ideas for an activity where I introduce students to [CONCEPT]. Make a connection between this concept and the [SUBJECT] skill [SPECIFIC SKILL].”
  • Inductive Learning: "I want my students to use inductive reasoning to learn about [TOPIC]. Give me a set of various examples students can analyze."
  • Choice board: "Create a student-directed choice board with [NUMBER] activities [GRADE LEVEL] [SUBJECT/TOPIC]"
  • Gamification: "I'm teaching this lesson (copy & paste or upload). Give me suggestions on how I can gamify this lesson."

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Retrieval Practice & Review Games

+ RetrievalPractice.org

"We tend to think that most learning occurs during the initial encoding stage–when students get information 'in' by re-reading, reviewing, and taking notes. However, one of the most robust findings from 100+ years of cognitive science research is that a significant amount of learning occurs when students pull information 'out' by using a strategy called retrieval practice."

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Retrieval Practice

    • Kahoot question upload template
  • Kahoot
    • Blooket question upload template
  • Blooket
    • Gimkit question upload template
  • Gimkit

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Review Games

"I need multiple choice review questions for the following terms. For each term, write one vocab-based question and one real-life scenario-based question. "The questions need to be formatted in a table with these corresponding columns: Question, Correct Answer, Incorrect Answer 1, Incorrect Answer 2, Incorrect Answer 3. "Here are the terms/concepts..."

Result

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AI Prompt Example

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Time Management

  • Visual cues with emojis: “Give me emojis for ..."
  • Emails: "I need an email for my students' parents about [DETAILS]. Use a friendly tone and clear, concise language."
  • Feedback: "Here is the rubric I'm using to score an assignment (upload rubric- ClaudeAI.) Generate short, friendly feedback comments for each category, written in the second person."
  • Spreadsheet Formulas🤓: "I need a spreadsheet formula that will [DESCRIPTION]."

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Prompts

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Creativity

  • Generate a song about [TOPIC] to the tune of [SONG].
  • Create a riddle to help my students remember [CONCEPT].
  • Create treasure hunt clues that rhyme for [ITEMS/TOPIC].
  • Write a letter from the perspective of [HISTORICAL FIGURE] who experienced [EVENT].
  • Make a playlist of songs about [TOPIC].
  • Compose a series of tweets or social media posts about [TOPIC].

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  • Write two truths & a lie about…
  • Create an analogy to explain…
  • Write a scene featuring the characters from {SHOW or BOOK] talking about [TOPIC] and by the end of the scene, everyone understands [TOPIC].
  • Write a 'scientific discovery' article describing an imaginary organism with unique adaptations to its environment. Include [VOCAB].
  • Create a funny newscast script about [TOPIC] featuring the following vocabulary...

Use AI to spark creativity in your students!

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Use AI to spark creativity in your students!

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AI Image Generation for Learning

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Creative AI Image Challenge

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Simply type in a prompt that you think could elicit good storytelling—like “goat eating cake while on a surfboard”—and project the resulting image during class. Ask students to write about what the image makes them see, hear, touch, smell, and taste. From there, students can dig deeper and spend some time writing the image’s backstory. (How did a goat get to the beach in the first place?) To better connect this activity to content learning, ask students to include recent vocabulary words in their writing—or prompt the AI to include relevant concepts in the image itself, like “fossils,” “crystals,” or “migration.”

AI Generated Images as Writing Prompts

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  • Students choose a mix of adjectives, verbs, colors, and/or feelings.
  • Students input their selection as a generative AI image prompt.
  • Students write a poem based on the image output.

AI Generated Images With Poetry

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Student Access to Adobe Firefly

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Prompt Engineering 101

  • Getting better responses: Describe what you want the AI to do, then add "Ask me questions to give me a better response" or "What details do you need to better assist me?"
  • Quality control: Tell the AI what you want, then specify "Don't include..."
    • Example: "Give me a list of activity ideas for teaching digital citizenship, but don't include activities that require QR codes."
  • Make the AI fix it: Before changing the output yourself, tell the AI specifically what you want it to change about its result.
    • Example: " Rewrite those same questions to be more concise, and swap around some of the correct answers because too many of them use 'C' as the answer."

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Prompt Engineering

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Additional Resources

  • Khan Academy AI guides for teachers
  • AI for Educators (Linkedin)
  • Teacher AI prompt library
  • Facebook groups: AI for Teachers, ChatGPT for Teachers. and more!
  • Prompts for Math
  • Prompts for ELA
  • Prompts for Social Studies
  • Using AI As Your Teaching Assistant

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  • 60+ Must Try ChatGPT prompts

Resources