Artificial Intelligence Resources - Adapt and Be Prepared
The Power of Small Groups
Artificial Intelligence resources are pushing the power of small-group instruction to the forefront. By deploying small group instruction, the teacher can conduct authentic formative assessments, differentiate the instruction, provide check-ins, and conduct visual thinking elements through the fish bowl learning model. On page three, I will showcase six strategies to try in order to authenticate the learning process within the classroom setting.
Every week there are more artificial intelligence tools being deployed for the public to use to help perform a task. The AI tools can even help the classroom teacher to differentiate the instruction, produce quick formative assessments, generate interactive slides that align with the learning targets, and showcase resources to continue to improve the art of education. On page four, I highlight five current AI tools that K-12 educators can use to enhance the learning experience for all students.
Student Artificial Intelligence Tools
Closing the devices or blocking websites is an avoidance move that could only promote the improper use of AI tools and resources. Instead, think about adapting teaching practices to teach, enhance, and adapt the lesson to embrace or check for the use of artificial applications. On page five, I will showcase a few new AI tools that can enhance the learning process for the student by providing in-the-moment tutoring opportunities.
Artificial Intelligence Workshop Resources
The Adapt and Be Prepared workshop created by Marcia Kish provides an overview of the power of artificial intelligence through the deployment of learning studios. On page seven, I highlight the five learning targets that are covered during the hands-on workshop that includes a small group instruction section. Learn how to purchase the resources for the workshop or sign up for an Artificial Intelligence workshop by visiting blendedlendlearningpd.com or dynaguide.org.