Curriculum Preparing Students to Flourish in a World with AI

Day of AI provides free hands-on lessons and activities to introduce K–12 students to artificial intelligence (AI) and how it can shape their lives. The curriculum was designed by a team of researchers at MIT RAISE to be taught by educators with little or no technology background.

Online Summer Program Exposing Students to the Field of Artificial Intelligence

As the field of artificial intelligence (AI) continues to make a big impact in the world, researchers and educators at the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (SAIL) believe that to develop inclusive, humanistic, and benevolent technologies, the field of AI needs to include students, researchers, and technologists from all walks of life.

AI-Powered Reading Coach to Develop Vocabulary and Foster Fluency

Microsoft has made Reading Coach, its AI-powered tool that provides learners with personalized reading practice, available at no cost to anyone with a Microsoft account. Reading Coach builds on Reading Progress, a plug-in for the education-focused version of Microsoft Teams, Teams for Education, designed to help teachers foster reading fluency in their students.

New GPT Store with Customized AI Tools for Educators

OpenAI has launched a GPT store, giving subscribers, including educators, access to a wide range of customized AI tools using the latest GPT technology. The GPTs (Generative Pre-trained Transformers) are customized versions of ChatGPT. Teachers can also customize their own GPTs and make them available on the store.

AI Assistant and Tutoring Tools to Enhance Teaching and Learning

Contact North/Contact Nord, a nonprofit in Ontario, Canada, has released two free AI-powered tools for teachers and students: AI Teaching Assistant Pro and AI Tutor Pro. Both of these tools are powered by AI and work on smartphones, laptops, and desktops. No login is required, and users are not tracked.