30 AI tools for the classroom

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Artificial intelligence | Monday, November 13, 2023

30 AI tools for the classroom

Artificial intelligence is growing by leaps and bounds. It's no longer science fiction anymore! 

Lots of AI tools can serve as our own personal assistants -- answering questions, helping us write text, create images, speak more effectively, and more.

Time has always been a barrier in the classroom. Most teachers would agree that they would be able to do more -- including the things that are most important -- if they had more time.

Teachers can find AI tools that are ready to help them out right now. Lots of them are free or have "freemium" plans with limited free options.

Below is a description of AI and how you can start using it to support your work in class.

What is artificial intelligence?

Artificial intelligence (AI) refers to the ability of a computer or machine to perform tasks that would normally require human intelligence, such as learning, problem-solving, decision-making, and more. There are several different approaches to building AI systems, including machine learning, where a system is trained on a dataset and can improve its performance over time, and rule-based systems, where the system follows a set of predetermined rules to make decisions. 

AI can be applied to a wide range of areas, including natural language processing, image and video recognition, robotics, and playing at Platinum Play. The goal of AI research is to create systems that can perform tasks at least as well as, or ideally better than, humans. AI has the potential to revolutionize many industries and transform the way we live and work, but it also raises important ethical and social questions.

30 AI tools for the classroom

We have gathered 30 of our favorite AI tools for the classroom below. You can scroll down and check them all out or jump to any category of tools by clicking on the icon below.

Note: Pricing is accurate as of our most recent update in November 2023.

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Chatbots

Microsoft Copilot

Microsoft Copilot is an ChatGPT-4 powered chatbot that can help you browse the web, answer questions, and much more. It can be accessed through the Copilot website or Microsoft Edge browser, and can be used to ask both simple and complex questions, request summaries of articles, books, events, news, sports results, and more. Microsoft Copilot can also be used as a creative tool, helping you write poems, stories, or even share ideas for a project

How it works:  Just go to copilot.microsoft.com. (You’ll need to be logged in to a Microsoft account.) When you do, you can 

  •  Provide Copilot with questions or prompts and get detailed responses powered by generative AI
  • Choose whether you want a balanced response -- or something more creative or precise
  • Upload images to your search that you want the AI assistant to analyze
  • Ask questions with your voice by clicking the microphone button
  • Get AI-generated responses on the go with the Copilot mobile app

Pricing and terms:  Free.

Check it out: Go to copilot.microsoft.com. Learn more with this Copilot for Educators Course.

ChatGPT

ChatGPT is a generative AI chatbot that interacts with you conversationally, the way a human would. It's trained with information from all over the internet and tons of other sources -- and it's been trained by humans to interact with you in an authentic way.

How it works: Ask ChatGPT a question or give it a request. It will respond. There are lots of ways you can use it in the classroom, as detailed in this post: ChatGPT, Chatbots, and Artificial Intelligence in the Classroom.

Pricing and terms: It's a "freemium" tool, meaning there's a free plan and a paid premium plan.

You can give it unlimited queries with the free version. 


ChatGPT Plus ($20/month) gives general access to ChatGPT, even during peak times. It provides faster response times. Plus, it gives priority access to new features and improvements.

Check it out:  chat.openai.com

Claude

Claude (claude.ai) is an AI assistant created by Anthropic. Claude can process large amounts of information, brainstorm ideas, generate text and code, help you understand subjects, coach you through difficult situations, help simplify your busywork so you can focus on what matters most, and more. It uses Constitutional AI to be safe, accurate, and secure.

How it works: Log in to Claude and ask it a question. It can also extract text from images, convert designs to computer code, and transcribe handwritten notes.

Pricing and terms: It's a "freemium" tool, meaning there's a free plan and a paid premium plan.

The free version offers 30 messages per day (which reset at midnight U.S. Pacific time). 


Claude Pro ($20/month) gives five times more usage than the free version, including priority access during high-traffic periods, early access to new features, and the model selector.

Check it out:  claude.ai

Perplexity

Perplexity is another generative AI chatbot that lets users ask questions and get responses conversationally. What seems to set Perplexity apart is that it cites sources, which are easily clickable to get more context and more information.

How it works: Go to Perplexity and ask it a question or request something. You'll see the concise version at first, but you can click to see a detailed response. It will also list the sources where it drew its information and other related topics. You can ask follow up questions, in a conversational manner like ChatGPT.

Pricing and terms: Perplexity is free.

Check it out:  perplexity.ai

Google Gemini

Google Gemini is an experimental conversational AI chat service developed by Google. Google Gemini is designed to engage in text-based conversations with users, offering responses and generating human-like dialogue. It uses advanced natural language processing techniques to understand and generate text in response to user prompts, making it a useful tool for natural language understanding and generation.

How it works: Go to gemini.google.com (if you are in a education account your admin will need to first enable access) and enter your question, prompt or have a conversation with Gemini.

Pricing and terms: Google Gemini is free.

Check it out: gemini.google.com

Pi

Pi is your personal AI companion, ready to assist you with various tasks and provide answers to your queries. It's designed to be supportive, smart, and available whenever you need it.

How it works: To use Pi, you can interact with it through text or voice commands. You can ask questions, seek advice, or simply engage in conversation with the AI. It's intended to be a helpful companion for various tasks and interactions.

Pricing and terms: Pi is free.

Check it out: Visit Pi at pi.ai or download from the  App Store

Visual & Design Tools

Adobe Express with Firefly 

Adobe Express incorporates Adobe's Firefly generative AI model, which gives users new ways to bring their ideas to life. With generative AI, you can create custom images and text effects using text prompts. As an educator you can use this feature to generate unique and engaging visuals for your lessons and activities.

How it works: You can access Adobe's generative AI tools, powered by Firefly, directly from the Adobe Express all-in-one editor.

Pricing and terms: Free and easy to use.

Check it out: firefly.adobe.com and check out our post 5 reasons why Adobe Express is a must-have tool for your classroom to learn more.

Ideogram

Ideogram (ideogram.ai) is an AI image generator. Type a description of the image you'd like to generate -- or choose features of the image from selectable options below the prompt. Ideogram generates your image -- and it can even improve your description/prompt with AI. 

How it works: Go to the Ideogram website to log in with a Google or Apple account.

Pricing and terms: Free version includes 25 prompts per day. Basic ($7 per month) or Plus ($16 per month) include more prompts per day in fast queue and other features.

Check it out: ideogram.ai

Microsoft Designer

Microsoft Designer (designer.microsoft.com) is a graphic design app that uses AI to help users create professional-quality designs quickly. Users can start with their own ideas or images, and Designer will generate unique designs and offer personalized recommendations. My favorite feature: create fill-in-the-blank prompts that you can share for others to use.

How it works: Go to designer.microsoft.com and log in. Create images -- or use other tools like remove background, album creator, design creator, and more.

Pricing and terms: Free .

Check it out: designer.microsoft.com

Bing Image Creator

Image Creator generates AI images based on your text. It uses DALL-E technology to generate images that you can share, save, or download.

How it works: Type in a description of an image you'd like to see. Take the resulting images and download or save them -- or ask for an adjustment to them.

Pricing and terms: Free. You get a limited number of boosts (which make image generation faster). If you run out of boosts, it'll take longer to generate images.

Pictory

Pictory AI is a really cool platform that makes it super easy to create engaging videos. It uses advanced AI technology to help you turn your written scripts or articles into captivating videos. You can even add your own voice or use an AI voiceover to bring your video to life.

How it works: After signing up for an account you can copy and paste your video script, or type it directly into the editor. Then choose your template and aspect ratio, and Pictory AI will do the rest.
Your final video and script will be storyboarded by Pictory's AI software, visuals are automatically generated, and captions applied. You can edit it as you want or use it as is.

Pricing and terms: Pictory offers a free trial plan that lets you create up to three video projects, each up to 10 minutes long. If you want more features, they have paid plans starting at $19 per month. 

Check it out: pictory.ai

Canva Classroom Magic

Canva Classroom Magic is a suite of AI tools designed for educators. It includes features such as Magic Design, a free AI design tool for creating visual content, and Magic Write, an AI text generator and writer that assists in generating written content.

How it works: Canva Magic Design tools are built into Canva. Once you're logged in, you can explore the Magic Classroom tools, including Magic Design, a free AI design tool, and Magic Write, an AI text generator and writer, by navigating the relevant sections inside of Canva.

Pricing and terms: Get your free Canva EDU Pro account by getting verified at canva.com/education.

Lesson Design & Content Creation Tools

Curipod

Give Curipod (curipod.com/ai) a topic, and it will generate an interactive slide deck for you in seconds, including:

  • Polls
  • Word clouds
  • Open-ended questions
  • A drawing tool

How it works: Once you have a slide deck (which seems to generate 9-12 slides on your topic), you can edit and adjust to suit your needs. Plus, you can add more slides on your own.

Pricing and terms: It's has a paid and a premium plan, but honestly ... the free plan has almost everything you'd want. You can check out the premium features on the pricing page.

Check it out:  curipod.com/ai

Diffit

Diffit allows you to get leveled resources for literally anything. You can adapt existing materials for any reader, generate “just right” resources for any topic and then edit and share resources with students.

How it works: Go to web.diffit.me and enter search for a topic, term or question, enter a url or paste copied text. From there choose a reading level and language and click "generate resources". Diffit will automagically generate tons of resources based on the content you provided. They have an ever growing library of templates and gives teachers a few options for sharing the content with students.

Pricing and terms: Teachers who create their free Diffit account before December 31, 2023 will automatically get free trial access to all the new and upcoming premium features through January 31, 2024. Teachers who create an account after January 1, 2024 will automatically get free access to premium features for the first 30 days from their account creation date.

Check it out: Go to web.diffit.me and sign up for your free account. 

MagicSchool.ai

MagicSchool.ai is an AI-powered educational platform designed to help teachers save time by automating tasks such as lesson planning, grading, and generating educational content. It offers over 40 AI tools that are searchable by keyword and categorized for planning, student support, community, productivity, and community tools.

Magic School is trained on best practices for educators, compliant with FERPA
and declines non-education related requests.

How it works: Visit Magic School and choose a tool. From there you will enter in whatever information you need to generate the resource. For example if you choose the YouTube Question Generator you'll enter the grade level, number of questions, question type and video url. 

Pricing and terms: Magic School is free.

Check it out: Go to app.magicschool.ai for information and to sign up. Or get the new Chrome extension from the Chrome webstore.

SchoolAI

SchoolAI is an all-in-one AI platform for the classroom that's designed for K12 teachers and students. It offers teacher tools to get tasks done -- and student-facing custom AI chatbots. It includes built-in student monitoring and controls for teachers. 

How it works: Log in to SchoolAI. Choose a teacher tool to create to generate lesson plans, quizzes, syllabi, etc. Choose Spaces to create custom student chatbots.

Pricing and terms: The free version includes basic teacher tools, basic Coteacher, and basic Spaces -- and 50 student sessions per day. The pro plan ($14.99/mo) offers pro teacher tools, Coteacher, and Spaces -- and 500 student sessions per day.

Check it out: Go to schoolai.comschoola for information or to sign up.

Brisk Teaching

Brisk Teaching (briskteaching.com) is a free Chrome extension that uses AI to help teachers save time and improve their teaching methods. Brisk integrates with Google Classroom, Docs, Slides, YouTube, Canvas, and Schoology, allowing teachers to: create instructional materials, provide feedback, evaluate student writing, adjust reading levels, generate personalized curriculum, and analyze class progress.

How it works: Install the Brisk Teaching Chrome extension and log in. Click the Brisk Teaching icon in the bottom right of Docs, Slides, Google Classroom, and more.

Pricing and terms: Free for teachers. More advanced premium features available with a school/district paid plan.

Check it out: Go to briskteaching.com to install the Chrome extension and sign up.

Antimatter Sorcerer

Antimatter (antimatter.systems) has added to its fun meme and text messaging classroom tools with Sorcerer. Create a sorcerer -- an AI chatbot -- and choose topics it'll discuss with your students. As students interact with the Sorcerer, it ranks the student's mastery of the topic, increasing it as the student shows more and more proficiency.

How it works: Create an account at antimatter.systems and click the Sorcerer button. Create a sorcerer and share the link with students.

Pricing and terms: Free.

Check it out: Go to antimatter.systems to get started.

TeachAid

TeachAid (teachaid.ca) automates lesson prep as your AI teaching assistant. It includes lesson planning, assessment planning, interactive presentations, and learning activities. It includes several tools you'd find in different apps all in one spot.

How it works: Create an account at teachaid.ca. From there, you can create new units with AI as well as lesson materials, assessments, and rubrics.

Pricing and terms: Free.

Check it out: Go to teachaid.ca to get started.

Education Copilot

Need a starting point for your lesson plans? Education Copilot provides you with AI generated templates for lesson plans, writing prompts, educational handouts, student reports, project outlines and lots more.

It has 10+ tools to help save time and create content for the classroom.

How it works: Open Copilot and choose one of its teachers tools, including informational handouts, lesson plans, and more. Add some details on the content you want to cover. Then generate a product. If it isn't exactly what you want, adjust the information you inputted to create something else. 

Pricing and terms: 30 day free trial. After that, it's $9 per month.

Check it out: Go to the Education Copilot website for information and to sign up.

Nolej

Nolej generates lots of interactive educational content -- like all-in-one courses, interactive videos, assessments, and plug-and-play content. 

How it works: Provide content (like text, videos, audio, YouTube, websites, etc.). AI analyzes it and generates educational content. After that, you can embed, export, or integrate with your learning management system (LMS). 

Pricing and terms: Free plan: generate 5 packages for free. Paid ($19.999/mo, $199.99/yr): 4 purchase options, top ups, and in-app support.

Check it out: http://nolej.io

Eduaide.ai

Eduaide.ai is an AI-powered teaching assistant designed to help teachers with lesson planning, instructional design, and generating educational content. It offers a resource generator, teaching assistant, feedback bot and AI chat.

How it works: Much like MagicSchool.ai, Eduaide.ai provides tons of options for resources for your grade level and content area. 

Pricing and terms: Eduaide.ai offers a free plan with limited access and a Pro plan ($5.99/mo) for those who want the full suite of tools and resources. 

Check it out: Go to the eduaide.ai website for information and to sign up.

Khanmigo

Khanmigo is an AI-powered learning tool developed by Khan Academy that can be used as a virtual tutor and as a debate partner. It can also be used by teachers to generate lesson plans and assist with other administrative tasks.

How it works: In student mode, Khanmigo can be used as a virtual tutor and debate partner.
In teacher mode, Khanmigo can be used to generate lesson plans and assist with other administrative tasks.

Pricing and terms: From the Khan Academy website: To cover the costs we pay for GPT-4, you’ll be asked to make a monthly donation of $9 or an annual donation of $99 to access Khanmigo's personalized learning.

Check it out: To learn more about Khanmigo, visit the Khan Academy website or go to blog.khanacademy.org/teacher-khanmigo.

Copy.ai

Copy.ai is an AI-powered writing tool that uses machine learning to generate various types of content, including blog headlines, emails, social media content, web copy, and more.

Educators can use it to generate lesson plans, substitute teaching plans, newsletter copy, email, writing prompts and more.

How it works: Enter your prompt to generate your text copy. 

Pricing and terms: Copy.ai offers a free plan in which one user can use 2,000 words or 10 credits a month free of charge and without adding their credit card information. The Pro plan costs $36/month and includes unlimited words or 500 credits per month.

Check it out: Try it for free at app.copy.ai

Teaching Aides

gotFeedback by gotLearning

gotFeedback helps teachers provide more individualized feedback to their students in a timely way. It's integrated into the gotLearning platform. It's modeled on the research that feedback needs to be goal-referenced, tangible and transparent, actionable, user-friendly, timely, ongoing, and consistent.

How it works: Choose what you want gotFeedback to provide feedback on. Upload a Word document or PDF file -- or paste in text. It provides an evaluation that you can use as a teacher -- or copy/paste to give to a student.

Pricing and terms: Free version of gotLearning includes up to three teachers and an administrator. Large teams plan for gotLearning is $299 per teacher.

Grammarly

Grammarly is your online writing assistant. Using artificial intelligence, it helps you compose bold, clear, mistake-free writing. It can work inside your email client, your productivity suites, and even your social media. Grammarly’s AI checks grammar, spelling, style, tone, and more.

How it works: Type directly into the Grammarly editor, paste writing from another document or use the Grammarly add-on available for many sites and apps. 

Pricing and terms: It's a "freemium" tool, meaning there's a free plan and a paid premium plan.

The free plan checks for grammar, spelling, punctuation, conciseness and tone detection.


The premium plan costs $12.00 USD/month and includes everything in the free plan plus full-sentence rewrites, word choice, tone suggestions and citations

Check it out: Grammarly.com

Goblin Tools

Goblin Tools is a collection of small, simple, single-task tools designed to help neurodivergent people with tasks they find overwhelming or difficult. The tools include Magic ToDo, Formalizer, Judge, Estimator, and Compiler.

How it works: To use Goblin Tools,  visit the website or download the app and select the tool you need. For example, to use Magic ToDo, users can enter a task and adjust the "spiciness level" to break it down into parts. Once the task is broken down, users can further simplify any subtasks if necessary and check off completed task.

Pricing and terms: The web version of Goblin Tools is free. The apps are reasonably priced (the website states that purchasing the app helps keep the website free). 

Check it out: https://goblin.tools/

Hello History

Hello History is an app that lets you have life-like conversations with historical figures. Get a personal perspective on life, history, and the world from some of the most influential figures of all time - Cleopatra, Einstein, Buddha, and more.

How it works: Use the app (iOS and Android). Choose a historical character. Ask it questions and discuss.

Pricing and terms: Limited free version with in-app upgrades.

Chat PDF

ChatPDF is an AI-powered tool that allows users to interact with PDF documents in a conversational format. From the website "ChatPDF in a Nutshell
Your PDF AI - like ChatGPT but for PDFs. Summarize and answer questions for free.
"

How it works: Upload your PDF by clicking on the "Drop PDF here" section and selecting the PDF you want to upload to the chatbot. You can also drag the file into the "Drop PDF here" section. Once you've uploaded the file, you will be sent to the actual chatbot. ChatPDF will automatically generate a brief summary of the key points in the PDF. You can then interact with your document by typing a question in a conversational language in the chat box, just as if speaking to an actual person.

Pricing and terms: ChatPDF allows you to use it for free with 2 PDFs every day, each up to 120 pages.

Check it out: https://www.chatpdf.com/

Quiz/Assessment Generators

QuestionWell

QuestionWell generates an endless supply of questions so teachers can focus on what matters. Just input some reading, and the AI will write essential questions, learning objectives, and aligned multiple choice questions.

How it works: Copy/paste a reading. Add a topic and any learning objectives/standards. The AI creates learning objectives and questions you can export.

Pricing and terms: Free

Formative AI

Formative has been an assignment and quiz platform for a long time, allowing teachers to ask students a variety of question types. Now it has incorporated the power of ChatGPT to generate new standard-aligned questions and hints for learners as well as student feedback. 

How it works: Activate beta features in your Formative account. Then use the Auto-Generate button inside your Formative assignment.

Pricing and terms: AI features available in all account types. Bronze (free): unlimited lessons, assignments, and assessments with real-time student tracking, classes, and basic integrations. Silver ($15/mo): everything in Bronze plus advanced question types, grading/feedback tools, and advanced assignment settings. Gold (get a quote): lots of additional features beyond Silver.

Check it out: formative.com

Quizizz AI

Quizizz AI is an artificial intelligence-powered tool that can generate multiple-choice questions with four answer options, of which one is the correct answer. Quizizz AI can automatically determine the appropriate number of questions to generate from the content provided.

Quizizz AI can also modify existing quizzes, both manually created and AI-generated, with Enhance to customize activities according to students' needs. 

How it works: From the Quizizz help center- There are three ways in which you can allow Quizizz AI to automatically generate a quiz for you. 

  • Generate a quiz from a document: Upload a PDF/ PPT/ DOC file and Quizizz AI will extract its contents to generate a set of questions 
  • Generate a quiz from a webpage: Paste the link to a webpage and Quizizz AI will automatically process its contents to create a quiz 
  • Generate a quiz from text: Copy and paste any text material, type in your quiz topic, or provide a prompt with a few keywords and watch as Quizizz AI churns out a unique quiz for you

Pricing and terms: Quizizz offers free and paid premium versions. Schools and districts can also pay for premium access. Check out the individual paid "super" plan on its pricing page.

Conker

Conker lets you create multiple-choice, read-and-respond, and fill-in-the-blank quizzes for students at a variety of levels on specific topics. It will also let you copy/paste reading material to generate quizzes. 

How it works: Open Conker and provide some details about the quiz you want to create. Conker creates a short quiz you can assign to students with a code -- or export to Google Forms. You can even create a printable question sheet and answer sheet.

Pricing and terms: Free

Check it out: http://conker.ai

Twee

Twee is an AI-powered tool designed to simplify lesson planning for English teachers by generating questions, dialogues, stories, letters, articles, multiple-choice questions, true/false statements, and more.

How it works: To use Twee, teachers can go to twee.com and create an account. Once you're in choose a tool to generate resources from such as creating a matching exercise. Input the information needed to produce the content and click "Do the magic!"

Pricing and terms: Teachers can create a free account.

Check it out: Go to Twee.com  and learn more in this video.

Collaboration & Communication Tools

FigJam Jambot

Jambot is a FigJam widget that brings the power of ChatGPT’s AI to your boards.

How it works from the Figma website:

To find and run the Jambot widget:

  1. Hover over the pile of recently used icons in the toolbar, then click More.
  2. From the Widgets tab, search Jambot.
  3. Click or drag to add the widget to the board.
  4. Add text to the input sticky.
  5. Select a function.

Pricing and terms: FigJam is free

Check it out: Learn more in this support article Use Jambot in FigJam

summarize.tech

Get a summary of any long YouTube video, like a lecture, live event or a government meeting. Powered by ChatGPT.

How it works: Add a URL of a YouTube video. It creates a summary with clickable timestamps that you can copy and paste to use anywhere.

Pricing and terms: Free

Check it out: http://summarize.tech

Parlay Genie

Parlay Genie (part of Parlay) is a discussion prompt generator. It generates higher-order thinking questions for your class based on a topic, a YouTube video, or an article. It uses ChatGPT to generate prompts for your students.

How it works: Create a RoundTable inside Parlay (parlayideas.com). Select Parlay Genie. Choose between a written or verbal RoundTable. Fill in information about the topic you want and click "Generate Prompt". Edit what it creates if you'd like. Then invite students.

Pricing and terms: Basic plan (free): Unlimited courses and students, 12 RoundTables (at one time). Individual premium ($120/year): Everything in Basic plus unlimited RoundTables, co-teachers, data export, and more.

Check it out: http://parlayideas.com

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  • Robert Jones says:

    Brisk Teaching is spot-on for this. It’s great to see tools like briskteaching.com getting recognition in AI education discussions. Keep it up!

  • Chris says:

    Hi, I need something that can create work booklets based on a word version of a revision guide with little quizzes, questions and a range of different tasks built in.

  • Debbie says:

    I love love all your sources but I need an AI just to sort, reference and organize everything you have on your site. Speaking of which I know I saw an Ai that would automatically generate a google form, didn’t I? Or was I dreaming?

  • Wendy says:

    Excellent AI collection.

  • A Very Detailed Resource And A Good Collection Of Tool. I Was Recently Using Learnq.ai for my Digital SAT Prep. If Anyone Want A Dedicated AI Tool FOr SAT Preparation I Will Highly Recommend AS You Can Start FOr Free.

  • Sharon says:

    Is there an AI that generates plans, presentations and quizzes? Rather than using different AI’s for each. I teach young children so this would be a game changer for me! I could spend more time supporting them and less time making visual teaching props.

    • Caitlin L says:

      Hi Sharon,
      Teachaid.ca is a new AI tool in development. I’ve met with the founder, Nadeem Aljaber at least twice now and they are super open to feedback. With their AI tools you can generate full unit and lesson plans, assessments, vocabulary words, generates lesson activities and you can even generate differentiated activities too. They are always open to feedback.

  • Marcus Steiner says:

    honestly I’m very surprised that briskteaching.com isn’t on the list. I was a fan of magicSchool AI but a colleague shared brisk with me and it has become my school’s go to.

    The feedback comments alone save me at least 10 hours a week

    • Matt Miller says:

      Funny you mention that … I met Suvi from Brisk two days ago at a conference. I didn’t know about it, but I know about it now. And two teachers in a session I led said that they used it. Don’t be surprised if it makes the list during our next update. Thanks for sharing about it.

  • Jonathan Libov says:

    Sorcerer (https://antimatter.systems/sorcerer) is one to keep an eye on. Eric Curts’ just wrote about it today in Control + Alt + Achieve: https://www.controlaltachieve.com/2023/12/edtech-cool-tool-sorcerer.html

  • REENU PAUL says:

    NO WORDS TO EXPLAIN .Thanks for taking time to create a helpful and informative article also for sharing us this unique content

  • Gary BAU says:

    Wolframcloud.com has ChatGPT4 as an option
    [Free registration]

  • Sarah says:

    This is great! Another is eSpark – students can co-create stories based on their interests using AI: http://www.esparklearning.com/choice-texts/

  • Claudia says:

    thank you for sharing. I learnt so much, I can’t wait to try using some of these AIs and other teaching tools.

  • Ryan Saenz says:

    Here is another one – Expontum (https://www.expontum.com/) – Helps students and researchers quickly find knowledge gaps and identify what research projects have been completed before.

  • April says:

    Eduaide.ai is also a good resource along with MagicSchool.

  • mehir says:

    Thank you very much for sharing these great resources

  • Silvia Jones says:

    Great resource! I use https://learnt.ai mainly – primarily for reports, activity ideas and there is a lesson planner chat bot thing that is pretty good. Thanks for the other recommendations!

  • Yvonne Tam says:

    I love all the suggested AI. Over the years, a teacher has to create and seek for resources to enhance their teaching. Not to mention, the students expectations are far more different than years ago. Some of AI are even free to apply and incorporate in our classroom. These AIs definitely help students engage and motivate. Thanks for all these wonderful AIs.

  • Adeel Khan says:

    Magicschool.ai is a great tool to add to this list. It can help lesson plan, differentiate, write assessments, write IEPs, communicate clearly, and more.

  • Den says:

    I am using https://classx.org a lot. They have tools for teachers as well as students. I particularly enjoy the conversation practice chatbots. My students love chatting with the AI.

  • Gail Anne Ruckel says:

    Thank you the amount of information is toooo much thank you

  • Artur says:

    My favorite tool is MayAI.org

  • Natalie says:

    You should include briskteaching.com

    It saves me hours a week

  • You should include Teacherbot. In my view, the most innovative approach to using AI for teachers and planning.

  • Indranil Mitra says:

    Simply awesome!

  • Rob says:

    Speachify is no longer free. It has a free 3 day trial.

  • Sarah P says:

    I love ChatGPT! But I think Twee is much more convenient for a busy teacher cuz you don’t need to try many different requests to get the desired result. You can just pick a tool, type in a topic and that’s it, the task is ready 🤯That’s so simple!

  • Bob Clark says:

    Matt, you continue to amaze me. I will be first in line for your new book. That said, if you ever need someone to be a guinea pig for some of these sites to give you feedback, feel free to ask as I am really enjoying experimenting with AI. I also would like to second what Angie said about twee.com it has some really good tools for teachers.

  • Angie says:

    This article is really awesome! Here’s another AI platform for teachers twee.com. Did you see it before? I’m an ESL teacher and use it to prepare for my lessons.

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