Do you struggle to differentiate writing for your students? It can be tough and certainly time-consuming to create multiple essential questions to differentiate in your classroom. AI could be just the solution you’re looking for! In this episode, Caitlin and Jessica discuss how you can use Chat GPT to craft essential questions, engaging each student at their level of learning.
Tune in now to hear:
- [:43] Caitlin encourages listeners to check out last week’s episode for background on Chat GPT and how it can be a practical tool for your classroom.
- [1:26] Today, Caitlin and Jessica will share how to utilize Chat GPT to write essential questions for the essays you assign in your ELA classroom. This will be a huge time-saver!
- [2:48] Caitlin starts by explaining how Chat GPT can help you differentiate questions for your students, challenging and engaging them at their current level of learning.
- [3:19] Jessica discusses how differentiation can feel like a lot of work for teachers, but by using AI to create a variety of essay questions about one text or topic, you can easily adjust the level of complexity for all your learners.
- [4:21] Next, Jessica walks listeners through the steps of using Chat GPT to find an essential question for a popular whole-class novel.
- [8:10] Finally, Caitlin encourages listeners to tune in next week for a final episode about how AI can help you write sample essays for your students!
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