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Rise of the AI Education Companies

Since the start of the school year, traffic to ChatGPT has returned to pre-summer break levels. At the same time, a number of companies have pivoted to AI and/or rebranded their products as "AI-powered," promising to leverage the power of large language models to enhance teaching and learning. Furthermore, new services have been launched to support K12 teachers understand and utilize a broad range of AI technologies. For example:


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As educators, it is important to be critical of the claims being made these companies. Moreover, we should consider resources, products, and services from non-profits. For example:

Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Teaching and Learning (from the U.S. Department of Education Office of Educational Technology)

The AI Education Project AI 101 for Teachers To learn more about AI in the K12 space, check out the resources below.

Free Resources to Explore and Use ChatGPT and AI (from Common Sense Media)

Using AI to Help Organize Lesson Plans (from Edutopia)

Try This - How ChatGPT Can Help With Your Lesson Plans (from NEA Today)

Teachers Are Going All In on Generative AI (from Wired)

A Map of Generative AI for Education (by Laurence Holt and Jacob Klein)

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