I’m sure you’ve heard all the craze around using AI in the classroom. While opinions differ on whether or not students should use the technology, I think we can all agree that it is an effective tool for teachers. Today’s episode is the first of a 3 part series where we’re going to focus on how you, the teacher, can embrace this tool to make your life a whole lot easier and make your lesson prep much more efficient!
You’ll definitely want to try implementing these ideas in your classroom!!
Tune in now to hear:
- [:38] Caitlin begins discussing Chat GPT with Jessica and their feelings around it.
- [1:35] They share that when Chat GPT was used in a workshop teachers were able to complete hours of work in only 5 minutes.
- [2:33] Jessica asks you to be open to these new ideas which can forever change your teaching.
- [2:56] Next, Caitlin explains that today’s episode is all about using Chat GPT to come up with quality discussion questions.
- [4:48] Caitlin and Jessica share some things that Chat GPT can do for you.
- [10:45] Jessica invites you to think about all of the discussion questions you need each week for your lessons and how much time it takes to develop them. She shares how Chat GPT can help.
- [13:40] Caitlin talks about how you can be snarky with the program or ask it to be funny. You can really have fun with it.
- [14:30] She gives tips on how to properly ask a question to Chat GPT to get the response you really need.
- [18:37] They ask you to consider Chat GPT as a brainstorming model and invite you to play around with the program.
- [19:27] Don’t miss next week’s episode for more Chat GPT tips and tricks.
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