The A-Z of Using ChatGPT for Lesson Planning

Education technology expert Jessica Lyons invites you to join an exciting presentation on using ChatGPT for lesson planning. You will discover how to save time and enhance your teaching practices.

What You'll Learn

  • How can you ask ChatGPT lesson planning questions to get better answers?
  • What techniques will help you brainstorm and generate new lesson ideas?
  • How can ChatGPT generate content for lessons in various subjects?
  • How can you use ChatGPT to differentiate instructions for diverse learners?
  • How can you evaluate the effectiveness of lesson plans?
  • What grading tasks can ChatGPT automate? Can it provide student feedback?
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    Thursday, April 18, 2024; 3:00 PM Eastern

    Scheduled for 60 minutes including question and answer period.

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    Training Overview

    Reduce your 2024 Workload by 30%! Use ChatGPT for Lesson Planning.

    In 2024, it’s more critical than ever for you to optimize your planning and preparation process to meet the needs of diverse learners. ChatGPT can be a powerful tool to save time and generate content.


    You can use ChatGPT to ask questions, brainstorm lesson plans, create documents, differentiate instruction, evaluate assignments, provide feedback, automate grading, get help, integrate tools, understand complex jargon, and expand subject-area knowledge.

    • How can you ask ChatGPT lesson planning questions to get better answers?
    • What techniques will help you brainstorm and generate new lesson ideas?
    • How can ChatGPT generate content for lessons in various subjects?
    • How can you use ChatGPT to differentiate instructions for diverse learners?
    • How can you evaluate the effectiveness of lesson plans?
    • What grading tasks can ChatGPT automate? Can it provide student feedback?
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    Who Should Attend?
    • Educators
    • Teachers
    • Superintendents
    • Deputy, associate, and assistant superintendents
    • Chief business and operations officers
    • Diversity and equity officers
    • Directors of curriculum and instruction
    • Directors of special education
    • Personnel and human resources directors
    • Principals
    • Assistant principals
    • Department chairs
    • Faculty union representatives
    • Special education directors
    • Program directors
    • Curriculum specialists
    • Learning strategists
    • Literacy coaches
    • Future teachers
    • Teaching assistants
    • Paraprofessionals
    What's included
    Training includes
    • Certificate of Attendance
    • All resources and training materials
    About

    Expert Presenter

    Jessica Lyons
    • High school English teacher in Indiana
    • Served as a department head and a PLC leader
    • 19-year career
    • Master’s degree in English from Arizona State University
    • Master’s degree in Curriculum Design from Indiana Wesleyan University
    • Administrator’s license