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Hey there! In this episode, I wanted to share three awesome AI tools that can help with lesson planning - lessonplans.AI, eduaide.AI, and magicschool.AI. These tools can be really helpful in creating lesson plans and materials, but it's important to remember that they can't replace the role of a teacher. Teachers have a deep understanding of their student's strengths, weaknesses, and preferences, which is something that AI can't replicate. Using these tools as a starting point can be valuable, but don't forget to customize and improve the lesson plans to suit your specific needs. Happy teaching!
It's easy to sign up for a free account and get started. Tell us the grade level and subject, and give us a lesson title and description. This tool will then create a complete lesson plan that includes: objectives, materials, guided practice, etc. You can edit and adjust the plan to ensure it's right for your students.
Example Lessonplans.AI lesson plan
This tool offers AI-assisted lesson development. You can input the grade level, topic, and keywords, and the tool generates a lesson plan with objectives, teaching strategies, activities, assessment ideas, and closure questions. Then, the generated lesson plan can be personalized and modified to align with their students' needs. Eduaide.AI also offers features like content generators, question generators, communication tools, productivity, and community tools.
Example EduAide.AI lesson plan
This platform has a lot of cool tools to help you with student support, planning, communication, productivity, and building a sense of community. It also makes it easy to create tailored plans based on grade level, topic, and other important info. The plans include objectives, assessments, key points, opening and closing activities, and common core standards. And that's not all - they have vocabulary lists, unit plan generators, and assignment scaffolding to help you even more.
Example Magicschool.Ai lesson plan
AI-powered tools can be helpful for teachers when it comes to planning lessons. They offer ideas, resources, and pre-made plans to save time. However, it's still important for teachers to put their unique twist on these generated plans to meet the needs of their students.