At least, for now, I’m going to make this a weekly feature which will highlight additions to THE BEST NEW – & FREE – ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TOOLS THAT COULD BE USED IN THE CLASSROOM.
Here are the latest:
I also try to break down how to create a prompt that incorporates your expertise.
— Ethan Mollick (@emollick) August 20, 2023
Luminaries offers “coaching” in various fields through chatbots trained on the content of famous people.
This NY Times article has some good AI-related lesson ideas. I’m adding it to THE “BEST” IDEAS FOR USING CHATGPT, BARD, & OTHER FORMS OF AI WITH STUDENTS.
Open Art looks like a nice tool for using AI to create….art.
Kwizie uses AI to automatically create quizzes for any YouTube video. You can create three for free before you have to start paying. The quizzes seems to be very accurate. However, it seems like you have to watch the entire video before you answer the questions (unless I’m missing something). I’ll stick to EdPuzzle for now, at least until the Google Classroom video feature goes live.
Teach Planet is yet another AI-driven educator planning tool. This one is only for English teachers – and it’s free! I’m adding it to NOT NECESSARILY THE “BEST,” BUT A LIST OF AI TEACHER PREP SITES.
ChatGPT announced that it can now access the Internet in real-time but, as this tweet indicates, it hasn’t come to its free version yet:
Browsing is available to Plus and Enterprise users today, and we’ll expand to all users soon. To enable, choose Browse with Bing in the selector under GPT-4.
— OpenAI (@OpenAI) September 27, 2023