I have many AI-related “Best” lists, and you can find them all here.
Earlier this week, I posted THE “BEST” IDEAS FOR USING CHATGPT, BARD, & OTHER FORMS OF AI WITH STUDENTS.
All the sites at THE BEST NEW – & FREE – ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TOOLS THAT COULD BE USED IN THE CLASSROOM can be used…in the classroom.
You might also find this list useful: THE “BEST” TOOLS FOR AUTOMATICALLY TURNING TEXTS & VIDEOS INTO INTERACTIVE LANGUAGE LEARNING TOOLS
However, I thought it might be helpful to make a list of the AI sites specifically developed to support teacher lesson planning and prep.
This is not a “Best” list – I haven’t had the time to fully review these sites. However, I’d love to get feedback on them from others, and will add any feedback I receive to this list.
Here’s what I have so far:
Diffit looks likes a nice tool for teachers to use for creating differentiated materials and more.
Curipod uses AI to create interactive lessons.
Eduaide is another AI tool specifically designed to help teachers with their work.
The Auto Classmate Activation and Engagement Activity Generator looks like it could be helpful to teachers. There are also other potentially useful tools at the same site.
Hilink is a free AI-powered lesson planner.
Twee lets teachers do a TON of lesson activities. It’s free – for now. Here are some concerns about it, though.
Quiz Wizard lets you create lesson plans and quizzes. I think it’s too expensive, but you can create three lesson plans a month for free.
Lesson Robot uses AI to create lesson plans, and you can make your first five for free.
Teachology is “teachology.ai is a collection of tools for teachers and educators to harness the power of AI in their pedagogy and planning.”
Learnt.ai is yet another AI-powered tool to help teachers plan lessons and create learning tasks. You can try it for free, but then have to pay.
Aidemia has lots of tools for teachers.