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March Madness

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MagicSchool's "YouTube Question Generator"

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SchoolAI's Spaces

Elite 8 Round

Adobe Firely Image Generator

ShortAnswer's Gamified Writing

MagicSchool's Song Generator

School AI's Exit Ticket

MagicSchool: Common Misconceptions

SchoolAI's Essay Grading Assistant

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Honorable Mentions

General AI: Analogies

MagicSchool's Rubric Generator

Microsoft Designer's Character Creation

Suno's Song Generator

General AI: Depth of Knowledge

General AI: Be The Bot

General AI: Lesson Deep Dive

School AI: Story Word Problems

General AI: Text Adventure

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Honorable Mentions

General AI: Analogies

MagicSchool's Rubric Generator

Microsoft Designer's Character Creation

Suno's Song Generator

General AI: Depth of Knowledge

General AI: Be The Bot

General AI: Lesson Deep Dive

School AI: Story Word Problems

General AI: Text Adventure

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MagicSchool's "YouTube Question Generator"

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General AI: Analogies

SchoolAI's Spaces

MagicSchool's Rubric Generator

WEST DIVISION

Sweet 16 Round

Microsoft Designer's Character Creation

Suno's Song Generator

Adobe Firely Image Generator

ShortAnswer's Gamified Writing

EAST DIVISION

MagicSchool's Song Generator

General AI: Depth of Knowledge

School AI's Exit Ticket

General AI: Be The Bot

General AI: Lesson Deep Dive

MagicSchool: Potential Student Struggles

School AI: Story Word Problems

General AI: Text Adventure

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The Lineup

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(in Google Gemini, customize bold parts): No prompt needed. Paste the YouTube link into the generator

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YouTube Question Generator

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Title the Song Details to Include in the song: Tell the generator what information you want to include

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Song Generator

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Title the Song Details to Include in the song: Tell the generator what information you want to include

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Song Generator

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Tell the tool what type of music you would like as well as the topic.

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Song Generator

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Lego minifigure

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Character Design

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Link the link to access Microsoft Designer

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Funko Pop!

Barbie Doll

A Quick Note!

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Hover over the images in the gallery to see the prompts that were used to produce each image.

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Text to Image

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Grade LevelStandard (It's not specific to Texas, so you will need to write the standard, not give it's # (example - 7.5c won't work)Assignment titleDescriptionPoint Scale

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Rubric Generator

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send me your rubrics

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Use the existing spaces to figure out what you would want your space to include.

Exit Tickets

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Spaces

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Bellringers

Books Explorer

Academy Connect

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(customize parts in parenthesis): I’m teaching students in my (grade) (class) about (topic). Can you suggest an analogy that will help them better understand it -- and explain why that analogy works?

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Create Analagies

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Click to access ChatGPT. You can try many different AI chats to see which one creates your desired result.

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I’m teaching a lesson about (content) to my (grade) (class). I want to improve the complexity of my students’ thinking in this lesson. Webb’s Depth of Knowledge is a measure of complexity of thought. Can you suggest some ways that I can reach all four levels of Webb’s Depth of Knowledge while teaching about (content)?

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Depth of Knowledge

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Click to access ChatGPT. You can try many different AI chats to see which one creates your desired result.

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send me your DOK activities

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(customize bold parts): I’m teaching a lesson about (content) to my (grade) (class). I want to identify areas that might be particularly tricky for my students. Can you help me identify areas that students might struggle with -- and provide some suggested solutions?

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Common Misconceptions

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Click the link to access MagicSchool's Common Misconception Help.

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Choose the topic as well as some parameters (what do your students enjoy doing in their free time?).

Consider the topics if a word problem is relevant for the topic at hand.

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Word Problems

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Title the Song Details to Include in the song: Tell the generator what information you want to include

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Lesson Deep Dive

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Title the Song Details to Include in the song: Tell the generator what information you want to include

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Student Use

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Click to see what this tool will ask.

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Exit Ticket

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Send me your examples!

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Click to see the information your AI assistant will need to get started.

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Essay Grading Assistant

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Type the question that which you would like students to respond.

Getting Started

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Gamified Writing

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Engage students in your classroom with this gamified writing platform!

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All In - Explained

Pair It - Explained

Battle Royale - Explained

Participate! - Use Join Code BOWEN299

Teacher Resources

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(in Google Gemini, customize bold parts): I'd like you to create a set of pause points for this video: (insert video link). Pause points are logical places for me to stop (pause) the video to have a conversation. Use the most important parts of the video to identify the most effective places for me to stop (pause) the video -- and give me some suggestions about what to ask, say, or discuss with each pause point.

Check out the extensions and connected apps. Different AI assistants are connected to different online apps and services. Google Gemini, for example, has a YouTube extension so it can interact directly with it. Microsoft Copilot connects with web search and Suno, an app that’ll write custom song clips for you.

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Winner of Green West Game

WEST DIVISION

Elite 8

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EAST DIVISION

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Gemini's Pause Points

Gemini's "YouTube Pause Points" Tool

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SchoolAI's Spaces

MagicSchool's Rubric Generator

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Microsoft Designer's Character Creation

Suno's Song Generator

AI Image Generations

ShortAnswer's Gamified Writing

Gemini's Pause Points

Gemini's Pause Points

Webb’s Depth of Knowledge is all about complexity of thinking. It has four levels: (1) recall and reproduction, (2) skill/concept, (3) strategic thinking, (4) extended thinking. Ask an AI assistant for ideas to level up student thinking to a higher level.

💡 TIP: Set context and explain what you mean to AI assistants for clarity. Instead of giving an AI assistant a vague concept of what you’re looking for, define it so there’s no question.

Taken from Matt Miller's FISD AI Webinar

Common Misconception 1: People only use the verb "gustar" to talk about things they like. How to address this misconception: Explain to students that in Spanish, besides using "gustar," there are other verbs like "encantar," "querer," and "preferir" that are also used to express likes and preferences. Provide examples using these verbs in context. Common Misconception 2: The word order in sentences with "gustar" does not matter. How to address this misconception: Teach students that when using verbs like "gustar," the word order in Spanish sentences is different from English. Emphasize the importance of placing the subject pronoun before the verb and structuring the sentence correctly for clarity. Common Misconception 3: "Me gusta" always means "I like" without exceptions. How to address this misconception: Clarify to students that depending on the subject of the sentence, the conjugation of "gustar" changes. Encourage students to practice using different subjects with "gustar" to understand how the verb changes based on what is liked.

Telling I like something in Spanish

Welcome! I'm here to assist you with grading your essays. To get started, could you please provide me with some details about the assignment? Specifically, I'd like to know: 1. The focus area of the essay (e.g., argumentative, narrative, analytical). 2. The skills you've been teaching or emphasizing (such as thesis development, evidence use, coherence, etc.). 3. The grade level of the students. 4. The rubric or criteria you're using for evaluation. If you don't have a rubric, we can work together to create one that suits your needs. Once we have all the necessary details, please submit the first essay for evaluation. I'm here to provide detailed, constructive feedback to help you and your students.

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Sure! One analogy that might help students understand the Civil War is comparing it to a family feud or sibling rivalry. Imagine two siblings who used to get along well but gradually grew apart due to differences in beliefs, values, and interests. Eventually, these differences escalate into conflicts and arguments. Both siblings feel strongly about their own perspectives and are unwilling to compromise. As tensions rise, they become more entrenched in their positions, refusing to back down. Similarly, before the Civil War, the Northern and Southern states were like siblings within the American family. Over time, they developed differing economies, cultures, and ideologies. Disagreements over issues such as states' rights, slavery, and the balance of power between the federal government and states intensified. Like siblings in a feud, the North and South became increasingly polarized and unwilling to reconcile their differences peacefully. As with any family feud, the Civil War was fueled by deeply rooted emotions, grievances, and a sense of identity. Just as siblings might resort to drastic measures to defend their honor or beliefs, the North and South resorted to armed conflict to settle their disputes. This analogy works because it simplifies complex historical events into relatable concepts that students can grasp more easily. It highlights the personal and emotional aspects of the conflict, emphasizing how divisions within a nation can lead to devastating consequences. Additionally, it underscores the idea that even within a unified entity like a family or a country, internal strife and disagreement can arise and escalate if left unresolved.

Certainly! One analogy that might help students understand the periodic table is comparing it to a school cafeteria seating arrangement. Imagine the periodic table as a large cafeteria with rows and columns of tables. Each table represents an element, and each seat at the table represents an atom of that element. Elements with similar properties are seated at nearby tables, forming groups or families, while elements with different properties are seated farther apart. Now, let's delve deeper into why this analogy works: 1. **Organization**: Just like how students in a cafeteria are organized into tables and seats, the periodic table organizes elements into rows (periods) and columns (groups). This organizational structure helps students visualize how elements are related to one another based on their properties and atomic structure. 2. **Groups and Families**: In a cafeteria, students at the same table might share similar interests or characteristics. Similarly, elements within the same group on the periodic table share similar chemical properties due to having the same number of valence electrons. For example, the alkali metals all sit together in one group because they share similar properties such as reactivity. 3. **Periods**: The rows in the periodic table represent periods, with each period indicating the energy level or shell of the elements' electrons. Just as students sitting in the same row may be at similar grade levels, elements in the same period have similar electron configurations. 4. **Transition Metals**: Transition metals can be compared to students who have the flexibility to sit at different tables depending on the situation. They occupy the middle portion of the cafeteria, transitioning between different groups and families. 5. **Rare and Noble Elements**: Just as rare or unique students might sit alone or at a special table, rare or noble elements like the noble gases have their own designated area in the cafeteria due to their stable and unreactive nature. By using this analogy, students can visualize the periodic table in a familiar context, making it easier for them to understand its structure, organization, and the relationships between different elements.

🤖Prompt to Try

(in Google Gemini, customize bold parts): I'd like you to create a set of pause points for this video: (insert video link). Pause points are logical places for me to stop (pause) the video to have a conversation. Use the most important parts of the video to identify the most effective places for me to stop (pause) the video -- and give me some suggestions about what to ask, say, or discuss with each pause point.

Check out the extensions and connected apps. Different AI assistants are connected to different online apps and services. Google Gemini, for example, has a YouTube extension so it can interact directly with it. Microsoft Copilot connects with web search and Suno, an app that’ll write custom song clips for you.

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Create analogies to help students understand.

Analogies help our brains (and our students’ brains) to connect a new idea to an existing idea. If we can see similarities and differences, it can fast track us to learning. Thankfully, AI assistants (like ChatGPT) can make those connections quickly.

💡 TIP: Interact with AI assistants to get what you want. Don’t do a “one and done” prompt. If you don’t get what you are looking for, keep asking for revisions until you get it.

From Matt Miller's FISD AI Webinar