While tools like ChatGPT are incredibly impressive, it can be challenging to see past the hype and identify practical ways to use these for learning design, assessment, personalisation, and more.
Luckily, inspiration can come from anywhere, and it's sometimes worth exploring how other professions, industries and individuals are leveraging these tools in their own respective contexts.
With that in mind, check out these 5 resources that might get your thinking differently about generative AI in teaching and learning.
1. You Probably Need A Robot
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Prompt engineering is all the craze right now and FlowGPT allows individuals to post and share prompts that work best for them. Just search for a topic or idea or simply sort by popularity to find one that might work for you.
5. Online AI Professional Development
This year, International Schools Services (ISS) is offering a range of professional development events focused on AI utilisation in elementary, secondary, specialist areas, leadership and technical teams. These are highlighted above in pink and you can access the entirety of ISS's PD catalogue by signing up for a passport here.