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Twitter Chat: Unleashing Student Potential with Learning Bentos - TeachersFirst

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This archived Twitter chat is from October 2023 and will open in Wakelet. The title of this chat is Unleashing Student Potential with Learning Bentos. During this chat, participants:...more
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This archived Twitter chat is from October 2023 and will open in Wakelet. The title of this chat is Unleashing Student Potential with Learning Bentos. During this chat, participants: 1. Defined and discussed learning bentos and their use in the classroom; 2. Explored the benefits of using learning bentos as an authentic assessment strategy, and 3. Shared ways to integrate technology with learning bentos.

tag(s): assessment (145), twitterchatarchive (171)

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Find resources and information about unleashing student potential with learning bentos. Share this chat with your colleagues looking for strategies and resources for using learning bentos to unleash student potential.

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Resources for using Artificial Intelligence (AI) for Productivity - TeachersFirst

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Learn about and explore artificial intelligence (AI) technologies and tools educators can use to automate administrative tasks and improve student learning outcomes using the resources...more
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Learn about and explore artificial intelligence (AI) technologies and tools educators can use to automate administrative tasks and improve student learning outcomes using the resources in this collection. These tools can help leverage AI's power to increase your productivity and efficiency in the classroom. Many tools can also allow AI to personalize student learning experiences and optimize lesson planning.

tag(s): artificial intelligence (79), differentiation (83), personalized learning (9), Teacher Utilities (143), writing prompts (57)

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Use this collection to save time doing many tasks, from creating assessments to writing prompts, rewriting your emails in a new tone, and much more. Bookmark this site to use to find new ways to increase your productivity and lower your time required using the power of AI!

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AI (Artificial Intelligence) Resources for Student Assessment - TeachersFirst

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AI offers exciting opportunities to transform assessment practices. View this collection to find education-specific AI tools to create engaging, practical, formative, and summative...more
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AI offers exciting opportunities to transform assessment practices. View this collection to find education-specific AI tools to create engaging, practical, formative, and summative assessments for your students. Some examples of AI tools for assessment creation include tools to help develop rubrics, feedback, reports connected to your learning objectives and standards, quizzes, portfolios, and more.

tag(s): artificial intelligence (79), assessment (145), Formative Assessment (69), quizzes (88)

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AI is ever-changing, and the tools evolve and change every day. Use the tools in this collection to stay informed and learn about new tools that you can use to assess students. AI assessment tools save you time and can allow you to personalize the assessment to differentiate for all needs. Share this collection with colleagues looking for ways to assess using AI.

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Scribble Diffusion - Replicate

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Scribble Diffusion uses artificial intelligence (AI) to turn your scribbles into refined drawings. Use the drawing tool to draw any object, then describe your image in the prompt box...more
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Scribble Diffusion uses artificial intelligence (AI) to turn your scribbles into refined drawings. Use the drawing tool to draw any object, then describe your image in the prompt box and click "go." In just a few moments, your idea comes to life in an AI-generated image. Refine your prompt as often as you like until you receive an image to use. Copy the link or right-click to download and save the image to your device when ready.

tag(s): artificial intelligence (79), drawing (60), images (268)

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Anytime students use images, discuss the proper use of copyright. Currently, copyright laws do not apply to AI-generated images; include this in your discussion and consider why this might be true. Create images to use as starters for creative writing projects, to include in multimedia projects, or for students to use as avatars for blogs. Use images created with Scribble Diffusion in digital storytelling projects, such as those created with Canva Edu, reviewed here or with Canva Comic Strip Templates, reviewed here. In art class, use one doodle to create images in different art styles and ask students to compare the different features of each style. Ask students to choose one art style to use in creating drawings by choosing from different options of media and supplies.

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Auto Classmate - Auto Classmate Inc

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Auto Classmate shares several free tools for educators that use artificial intelligence (AI) to create engaging activities and lesson ideas. Look for the Free Tools or Freemium icon...more
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Auto Classmate shares several free tools for educators that use artificial intelligence (AI) to create engaging activities and lesson ideas. Look for the Free Tools or Freemium icon for free resources Auto Classmate offers. These include an AI-powered lesson plan generator, an activity generator, a would you rather question generator, and a lesson plan and activity forecasting tool, with additional tools being added often. After selecting a tool, input the information in the prompts, such as grade level, content, and options for output. Some tools require registration; others do not. After responding, Auto Classmate offers options to remix for additional suggestions, download the information as a PDF, and provide ideas on how to use the AI responses.

tag(s): artificial intelligence (79), Teacher Utilities (143)

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Think of Auto Classmate as your virtual teaching library. Use the free tools to create questions that require students to debate different viewpoints, find ideas for exit tickets, and find ideas for engaging activities for any subject. After selecting ideas provided by Auto Classmate, use a virtual whiteboard tool such as Figma, reviewed here or Whiteboard.chat, reviewed here to record students' responses and extend learning.
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Fireflies.ai - Fireflies.ai Corp

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Automatically record, transcribe, and summarize meetings using Fireflies.ai. This tool uses AI resources to quickly view important information from meetings, such as action tasks, questions,...more
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Automatically record, transcribe, and summarize meetings using Fireflies.ai. This tool uses AI resources to quickly view important information from meetings, such as action tasks, questions, and key topics discussed. Create an account and allow Fireflies.ai access to your calendar and select options for access to scheduled web-conference events. Fireflies.ai includes access to meetings conducted via Zoom, Google Meet, Microsoft Teams, Webex, and other major conferencing platforms. Following each recorded meeting, memberss receive an email with a recording, transcript, and AI-generated summary.

tag(s): artificial intelligence (79), communication (135), parent conferences (21), professional development (379), video (253)

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Use Fireflies.ai to record and review any web-based meeting such as parent/teacher conferences and staff presentations. After conferences, use the summarizing tool to share and confirm discussions of goals for students and verify individual responses for next steps. Use with students who are missing essential classroom presentations or absent for an extended period to record lessons and share information to keep them up to date with classwork.

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Short Answer - Adam Sparks and Alexa Sparks

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Short Answer is an online tool designed for K-12 classrooms to give students peer feedback. To use it, you need to create an account and set up a question or ...more
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Short Answer is an online tool designed for K-12 classrooms to give students peer feedback. To use it, you need to create an account and set up a question or writing prompt for your students. You can also upload a file if needed. Choose feedback criteria various options, including more detailed or creative ones, or add your suggestions for feedback. Once you are done, save your question or launch the activity. Three activity options are available: All In, Pair It, and Battle Royal. In the All In option, all responses are visible and receive feedback. In Pair It, the whole class compares the same set of responses. And in Battle Royal, students vote for the most robust response until only one remains. Additional settings are available for each activity to set the time allowed and options for text and images. Students join using the code created for each activity and are given code names to provide anonymity during the activity. Teachers see student names on their teacher screen and download responses. After receiving student responses, teachers can select entries to be included in the feedback activity based on the activity chosen.

tag(s): artificial intelligence (79), assessment (145), feedback (8), Teacher Utilities (143), writing (315)

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Be sure to visit the Teacher Resources in Short Answer to find many ideas and tutorials for using this feedback tool. Resources include standards-aligned guides for using Short Answer with any topic or curriculum. The guides provide tips for creating effective questions, suggestions, and examples for use during different stages of lessons. As students use this tool to receive and provide peer feedback, extend learning by asking them to create "How-to" guides for writing in different styles and for different occasions using Canva Infographic Creator, reviewed here or Genially, reviewed here. Add links to helpful resources in each of their infographics, such as links to writing guides, online dictionaries, and a thesaurus.

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Adobe Firefly - Adobe

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Adobe Firefly uses generative AI (artificial intelligence) and simple prompts to create images, text effects, and color palettes fueled by your imagination. Visit Firefly's Gallery...more
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Adobe Firefly uses generative AI (artificial intelligence) and simple prompts to create images, text effects, and color palettes fueled by your imagination. Visit Firefly's Gallery for inspiration, or begin your journey by selecting from several options. Options include text-to-image, generative fill, text effects, regenerative color, 3D-to-image, and text-to-vector. Additional options are in Beta. After choosing an option and signing in to your account, follow the directions to add a prompt with what you wish to create. Use Firefly's filters and editing options to select one of the generated images and fine-tune it to your desired appearance. When satisfied with your creation, select the "more options" icon to download, copy, or copy the link to your image or save images to your library for later access.

tag(s): artificial intelligence (79), creativity (92), editing (91), graphic design (50), images (268)

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Use Firefly to create images for many different classroom uses to engage students and extend learning. Use the text effects feature to create text to teach letters or words. An example would be making the word "apple" and filling it with apples to teach beginning letter sounds to students using imagery. Use the text-to-image feature to create images for students to use with creative writing projects or to visualize a scene in a story. Edit images using the Generative Fill option to remove unwanted items or add new items. Edit an image to demonstrate different art styles when teaching students about artists. Download your edited images for students to use when making ebooks with Book Creator, reviewed here or to use when publishing writing using a simple website creator such as Telegra.ph, reviewed here.

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Brisk - Brisk

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Brisk is a Chrome extension that uses AI to convert the reading level of any webpage to a different grade level or language, creates quizzes and resources from YouTube videos ...more
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Brisk is a Chrome extension that uses AI to convert the reading level of any webpage to a different grade level or language, creates quizzes and resources from YouTube videos and documents, and much more. Once converted to a chosen level, Brisk offers tools for creating quizzes, giving feedback, and detecting writing created with AI. Begin by clicking the link to download Brisk from the Chrome store for free, and install the extension to your device. Once installed, click the Brisk icon on your toolbar from any website, then select the grade level and language desired. Brisk opens a new Google Doc with the information requested. Use the Brisk icon from within this Google Doc to find options for additional tools for creating quizzes, giving feedback, and detecting AI. Brisk offers a tutorial video that provides instructions for new members.

tag(s): artificial intelligence (79), differentiation (83), Teacher Utilities (143)

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Use Brisk to quickly adapt and differentiate text or content by reading level and language needs or to translate text into the native language of multilingual learners and generate comprehension questions. Differentiate text for special needs students or gifted students based on their ability. Use the quiz creation tool to quickly generate quizzes that include multiple choice or short response questions based on the website's information. After generating quiz questions, copy and paste them into an online quiz creation tool such as Formative, reviewed here. Use Formative to engage students through teacher-paced or student-paced activities.

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From Artificial to Authentic: Using Book Creator to Create Meaningful Projects - Book Creator/Michael Hernandez

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This article shares suggestions and information on using Book Creator, reviewed here to create meaningful and purposeful interactive and multimedia...more
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This article shares suggestions and information on using Book Creator, reviewed here to create meaningful and purposeful interactive and multimedia projects. Topics include how to engage students in learning through book creation, storytelling with purpose, using story projects for uncheatable assessments, and creating authentic learning experiences. In addition to the suggestions provided, this article includes examples of books created using Book Creator.

tag(s): assessment (145), professional development (379), Project Based Learning (23)

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Use the information shared in this article to gather inspiration and ideas for planning authentic student projects. Learn more about the features available on Book Creator and how to use them by completing the Book Creator Certified Author Course, reviewed here. Learn more about authentic assessments and learning activities by viewing the archive of TeachersFirst Twitter Chat: Engage & Inspire: Authentic Learning Activities reviewed here.

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Go Pangea- A World of Learning - Go Pangea by PenPal Schools

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Go Pangea is a website where students can connect and learn with others worldwide in a safe online community. Teachers and award-winning publishers have developed thousands of thought-provoking...more
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Go Pangea is a website where students can connect and learn with others worldwide in a safe online community. Teachers and award-winning publishers have developed thousands of thought-provoking questions spanning various topics and subjects. These questions are accompanied by relevant videos and reading materials that assist students in responding thoroughly and meaningfully. Educators can take advantage of the extensive question bank by selecting existing questions to give to students or by creating their own original questions. The vast collection of assignable materials helps facilitate in-depth learning and discussion. Videos are linked to YouTube and Vimeo; check for access before using them in class or assigning them to students.

tag(s): collaboration (85), communication (135), communities (35), critical thinking (112), writing (315)

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The extensive, curriculum-connected questions allow teachers to integrate Go Pangea in diverse ways that promote critical thinking and active use of knowledge. Assign specific questions as homework or warm-ups to have students engage with content individually and develop critical thinking. Project questions during class and have students work collaboratively in pairs or small groups to discuss and formulate responses. Use Go Pangea questions as discussion starters or debate prompts to get students to analyze texts and multiple perspectives.

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Twitter Chat: Assessment in the AI Era - TeachersFirst

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This archived Twitter chat is from October 2023 and will open in Wakelet. The title of this chat is: Assessment in the AI Era. During this chat, participants: 1. Discussed ...more
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This archived Twitter chat is from October 2023 and will open in Wakelet. The title of this chat is: Assessment in the AI Era. During this chat, participants: 1. Discussed the importance of formative and summative assessments in the learning process, 2. Explored different AI-based tools and technologies that can enhance formative and summative assessments, and 3. Reflected on the future implications of AI in formative and summative assessments.

tag(s): artificial intelligence (79), assessment (145), Formative Assessment (69), twitterchatarchive (171)

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Find resources and information about using AI for assessment. Share this chat with your colleagues looking for strategies and resources for using AI for classroom assessment.

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Stable Doodle - stability.ai

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Stable Doodle uses artificial intelligence (AI) to create images from your doodles and a short prompt. Add a simple drawing to the blank box and add a description of what ...more
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Stable Doodle uses artificial intelligence (AI) to create images from your doodles and a short prompt. Add a simple drawing to the blank box and add a description of what your image should be in the prompt area. Choose the type of image style from several options, including photographic, origami, 3D model, and more. After providing the drawing and information, choose generate to choose from several options. Select individual images to download as PNG files, or use the Share Results link to save the grid with all the generated images to your device. Although registration isn't required, the number of generations is limited each day. Use your email to create a free account and receive unlimited image generation.

tag(s): artificial intelligence (79), images (268)

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Anytime students use images, discuss the proper use of copyright. Currently, copyright laws do not apply to AI-generated images; include this in your discussion and consider why this might be true. Create images to use as starters for creative writing projects, to include in multimedia projects, or for students to use as avatars for blogs. Use images created with Stable Doodle in digital storytelling projects, such as those created with Canva Edu, reviewed here or with Canva Comic Strip Templates, reviewed here. In art class, use one doodle to create images in different art styles and ask students to compare the different features of each style. Ask students to choose one art style to use in creating drawings by choosing from different options of media and supplies.

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Perplexity - Perplexity

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Perplexity is an artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot assistant. Use Perplexity to ask questions in a conversational tone and assist with tasks. Perplexity offers several features that...more
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Perplexity is an artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot assistant. Use Perplexity to ask questions in a conversational tone and assist with tasks. Perplexity offers several features that allow you to refine content to provide responses that meet students needs. For example, use the focus tool to narrow searches to academic publications, generate text without a web search, or narrow searches to information found on YouTube. Perplexity allows free members to upload a limited number of files daily for use in the chat. Use the CoPilot feature as an interactive assistant that asks clarifying questions to guide viewers toward the best response for their needs. CoPilot offers a limited number of daily uses when using a free account. Organize information provided in Perplexity within collections, including options to share and create with collaborators. Always verify responses for accuracy when using AI tools such as Perplexity.

tag(s): artificial intelligence (79), chat (39), search strategies (23)

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Use Perplexity to increase your productivity, create assessments, and as a resource for finding classroom resources and lessons. For example, ask Perplexity to share lesson ideas for upcoming topics. Include your grade level, subject and topic, standards, and the type of lessons you would like to find. The more specific you are with your prompt, the better the results will be. Quickly create exit tickets, quizzes, portfolio ideas, and more simply by chatting with Perplexity. Upload a lesson plan, worksheet, or infographic as part of a prompt to create or differentiate assessments and activities. Use Perplexity to write letters of recommendation, generate information for classroom newsletters, and write grant applications. Learn more about using AI by watching the archive of OK2Ask: Using AI for Teacher Productivity reviewed here.

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Book Creator Certified Author Course - Book Creator

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Become a Book Creator, reviewed here, Certified Author or learn about this resource's different components by completing the course curriculum. This...more
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Become a Book Creator, reviewed here, Certified Author or learn about this resource's different components by completing the course curriculum. This course includes eighteen lessons that share features found on Book Creator, such as importing media, using the camera, and using templates. The final activity is a twenty-question quiz. Complete sixteen or more questions correctly to receive a digital badge and printable certificate of completion. The course takes approximately two hours to complete.

tag(s): DAT device agnostic tool (142), digital storytelling (140), ebooks (38), literacy (106), preK (254), professional development (379), writing (315)

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Completing the Book Creator Certified Author course is an excellent way to learn about the numerous features included in Book Creator, available when making engaging and interactive books to share with students or for students to use when creating books. Use the many available templates as a starting point to create books to enhance student learning and for students to share their learning. Find out more about how to use Book Creator by visiting the TeachersFirst review found here.

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Math World - Math World

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Take a worldwide adventure as you learn and practice math concepts. The map defaults to lessons for first grade; use the options on the left side of the main page ...more
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Take a worldwide adventure as you learn and practice math concepts. The map defaults to lessons for first grade; use the options on the left side of the main page or in the title section of the map near the starting point to change to other grade levels, beginning with kindergarten through sixth grade. Each lesson includes animated videos that explain math concepts and interactive activities for students that allow students to collect stars. To find exercises on specific content, use the Open list view on the main page to see all available lessons for each grade level, including themes for each assignment and the location on the map where the activity occurs. Lessons are available in English and Spanish. Use the provided link to find additional information and suggestions for using the site for parents and teachers.

tag(s): addition (130), angles (52), area (52), calendars (40), colors (65), counting (61), data (144), division (100), estimation (35), fractions (163), geometric shapes (135), measurement (127), money (120), multiplication (124), patterns (63), percent (59), perimeter (20), place value (35), probability (97), roman numerals (8), subtraction (111), symmetry (28), time (94), volume (34)

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Include Math World as part of a computer science center activity. As a class, use Google My Maps, reviewed here to create a virtual tour of locations visited during your Math World lessons and activities. Find additional information to share on your maps, including pictures and articles with other information. Use Symbaloo, reviewed here to create links to Math World and additional math activities and games for students to access all resources through one location. Add your chosen activities to Curipod, reviewed here and create an interactive lesson that includes videos, articles, quizzes, and more.

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Twee (Beta) - Twee

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Twee offers a selection of artificial intelligence (AI) tools designed with English teachers in mind. Create a free account to access the many resources that work with video, interact...more
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Twee offers a selection of artificial intelligence (AI) tools designed with English teachers in mind. Create a free account to access the many resources that work with video, interact with text, develop vocabulary, provide grammar practice, and more. Twee's video tools work with YouTube reviewed here to create questions based on the video's content, create summaries of the video, and suggest warm-up questions for use before watching videos. Additional tools provide options to create various assessments, topics for discussion, and homework ideas. After selecting a tool, follow the prompts to make your activity. Some of Twee's tools offer the option to create text from an image, including turning a screenshot of a text page into text to use with the chosen resource. Copy the completed activities into any document to share with students or save as a PDF.

tag(s): artificial intelligence (79), assessment (145), differentiation (83), Formative Assessment (69), grammar (138), grammar review (31), listening (65), reading strategies (96), speaking (22), vocabulary (234), vocabulary development (89)

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Twee isn't just for English teachers! Use Twee to create content for any subject area to engage students and enhance comprehension. Use Twee to differentiate instruction by creating reading passages with different levels of difficulty based on the same content. Twee's vocabulary tools are an excellent option when introducing new vocabulary for science content, social studies, or math terminology. Extend learning using NearPod, reviewed here to create interactive lessons using the content created with Twee, such as drag-and-drop activities and using comprehension questions as formative assessments.

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Diffit - Adam Black and Vlad Gutkovich

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Diffit is a tool that helps teachers differentiate lessons using any text, article, or web page. To use Diffit, you need to create a free account. Then, select one of ...more
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Diffit is a tool that helps teachers differentiate lessons using any text, article, or web page. To use Diffit, you need to create a free account. Then, select one of three options: Literally Anything, An Article (or URL), or Any Text or Excerpt. Then, choose the approximate reading level you want for the differentiated materials. After entering all the necessary information, click Generate Output. Diffit will produce an adaptive reading passage, a summary, key vocabulary words, multiple-choice and short-answer questions, and open-ended prompts. All of the generated content can be edited or added to. Use the dropdown box to adjust the reading level or language. Share the materials with students by copying them into a document, printing, or exporting them to Google Docs/Forms.

tag(s): artificial intelligence (79), assessment (145), differentiation (83), multilingual (62)

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Use Diffit to quickly adapt and differentiate text or content by reading level and language needs. Use Diffit to translate text into the native language of multilingual learners and generate comprehension questions. Differentiate text for special needs students or gifted students based on their ability. Engage students in the learning process by copying the questions generated by Diffit into an interactive quiz format resource such as Blooket, reviewed here. Extend learning by asking students to respond to the open-ended questions by sharing a video response using Flip, reviewed here. Encourage students to show creativity in Flip by using the included features in the camera, such as images, filters, and stickers.

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gotFeedback - gotLearning

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gotFeedback uses artificial intelligence (AI) features to provide clear and actionable feedback for student writing. After making your free account, describe the type of feedback requested,...more
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gotFeedback uses artificial intelligence (AI) features to provide clear and actionable feedback for student writing. After making your free account, describe the type of feedback requested, such as details, a clear thesis statement, or the use of specific claims to support information. Next, upload the writing to be analyzed or copy and paste the text into the designated area. After submitting your writing sample, gotFeedback provides you with feedback, including suggestions for improvement and a sample revision.

tag(s): artificial intelligence (79), assessment (145), feedback (8), writing (315)

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Use gotFeedback to provide quick assessments of students' writing and to focus on specific ways to improve their work. Use the Prompt Guide on gotFeedback to understand how to provide clear and actionable feedback to support students. If desired, share the revised writing example with students to use as a model for editing their work, or share the feedback and ask them to change based on that information. Use Google Docs or Microsoft Word for students to track and share writing revisions. For example, ask students to begin writing projects in Google Docs. After sharing their work, use gotFeedback to analyze the work based on your criteria, then share the feedback portion with the student. Ask the student to highlight areas that need improvement, then use that information as a starting point to revise the text below the original text. When finished, ask the student to write a short reflective piece on methods to improve his writing. Using this method allows you to view each writing process step as a reflective activity.

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Turbo Timeline Generator - Class Tools

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Quickly and easily generate and share timelines using the Turbo Timeline Generator. Begin by clicking the link to edit a timeline and change the informational text to add information...more
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Quickly and easily generate and share timelines using the Turbo Timeline Generator. Begin by clicking the link to edit a timeline and change the informational text to add information to your timeline. Copy and paste data from a website or document or type information into the timeline generator. Add images by putting square brackets around key information as described in the instructions; Class Tools finds images based on your content. Timelines must contain ten or more items to use the save feature. When saving a timeline, provide a password when prompted to access your unique URL. Timelines are not kept on Class Tools, so save the URL in an easy-to-find location for use later and edit information if desired. Additional options available for sharing timelines include QR codes and embed codes.

tag(s): data (144), sequences (12), timelines (47)

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Take advantage of this timeline creator to create and share timelines that engage students for many classroom uses and content. For example, create a timeline of events in a novel or historical event, use a timeline to show steps in a progression of events such as turning a bill into law, or create a timeline of class events throughout the school year to share during the end-of-year activities. Ask students to create a timeline using this generator and include a link in a multimedia presentation. Enhance learning by asking students to create a timeline of events as an alternative to a written presentation. Include the timeline link as part of an interactive presentation or image created with Genially, reviewed here. If necessary, ask a student to create a video tutorial of how to create and share a timeline using the Turbo Timeline Generator and share the tutorial on your class site for students to access as needed.

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