Teaching Assistant Resources

The Eduaide.Ai Teaching Assistant provides a comprehensive set of AI tools to help you save time and streamline administrative duties. Assisting with professional duties, accessibility, and wellness, the Teaching Assistant is designed to help you focus on what matters most: your students.

Professional Duties

  • Class Announcement

    AI enhanced communication tool for teachers or instructors to share important information, updates, reminders, or announcements with their students. It serves to keep students informed about upcoming events, assignments, changes in schedule, or other relevant matters related to the class.

  • Email Outline

    AI Assisted email example, designed to help with tactful and meaningful communication. Teachers should always read, re-read, and edit to effectively communicate.

  • Learning Skills Comments

    Instantly create feedback statements regarding the development of essential learning skills, also known as "21st-century skills" or "soft skills." These skills encompass a broad range of competencies that are critical for success in academic, personal, and professional contexts

  • Letter of Recommendation

    Leverage Ai to write a formal document that speaks to the qualifications, abilities, character, and achievements of an individual seeking a job, educational opportunity, scholarship, internship, or other opportunities. The purpose of a letter of recommendation is to provide insight into the applicant's strengths, skills, and suitability for the position or opportunity they are applying for.

  • Newsletter Outline

    Generate a template that outlines the content, format, and organization of a newsletter. Newsletters are communication tools used by educational institutions such as schools, colleges, and universities to share information, updates, announcements, and other relevant content with students, parents, staff, and the broader school community. An outline serves as a roadmap for creating a newsletter, ensuring that it is organized, coherent, and engaging for readers.

  • Report Card Comments

    Increase the effective communication about students' progress, achievements, strengths, areas for improvement, and overall performance to parents or guardians. These comments are typically included on students' report cards, which are distributed periodically throughout the academic year to summarize their academic, social, and behavioral development.

  • Student Update

    Craft the outline or first draft of a critical report for effective communication. Reports should be always be proofread and never directly shared until approved by a professional.

  • Substitute Planner

    Generate an outline a structured document prepared by a teacher to guide substitute teachers in delivering instruction and managing classroom activities in their absence. It ensures continuity of learning and provides necessary information for the substitute teacher to effectively carry out the teacher's responsibilities during their absence.

  • Syllabus Starter

    AI generated overview of a course's content, objectives, policies, expectations, and resources. It serves as a roadmap for both instructors and students, outlining the scope of the course, the topics to be covered, and the requirements for successful completion. The syllabus outline communicates important information about the course structure, schedule, grading criteria, and instructional methods to ensure clarity and transparency in the learning process.

Accessibility

  • Accommodations List

    Document outline made by Artificial Intelligence with specific modifications and supports provided to students with disabilities or learning differences to help them access the curriculum and demonstrate their knowledge more effectively. These accommodations are tailored to meet the unique needs of individual students and ensure they have equal opportunities to succeed in their educational environment.

  • Action Steps

    AI enhanced steps that are specific, measurable tasks or activities designed to achieve particular goals or objectives within a school or classroom environment. These steps break down broader goals into manageable, actionable components, providing a clear roadmap for implementation and progress tracking. Action steps are often used in strategic planning, lesson planning, behavior management, and professional development.

  • Behavioral Intervention Plan

    (BIP) in an educational setting is a formalized strategy designed to address and manage challenging behaviors exhibited by students. It is typically developed for students who demonstrate persistent or disruptive behaviors that interfere with their learning or the learning of others.

  • Evidence-Based interventions list

    Compilation of strategies, programs, and practices that have been scientifically validated through research and shown to be effective in improving student outcomes. These interventions are grounded in empirical evidence and supported by rigorous research studies, making them credible and reliable approaches for addressing various educational challenges and promoting student success. An evidence-based intervention list serves as a valuable resource for educators, administrators, and policymakers seeking evidence-based solutions to improve educational practices and outcomes.

  • IEP Outline

    Generate a structured document that outlines the individualized plan designed to meet the unique educational needs of a student with a disability. The IEP is a legally binding document developed collaboratively by a team of professionals, including teachers, special education staff, parents or guardians, and sometimes the student, depending on their age and level of involvement.

  • Inclusive Strategies

    Use AI to brainstorm approaches, practices, and interventions designed to create an inclusive learning environment where all students feel valued, respected, and supported in their academic and social-emotional development. These strategies aim to accommodate the diverse needs, abilities, backgrounds, and learning styles of students, including those with disabilities, English language learners, gifted students, and students from diverse cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds. Inclusive strategies promote equity, access, and participation for all students, regardless of differences or barriers they may face.

  • Lexile Decreaser

    Use AI to differentiate and meet the needs of learners at any level.

  • Lexile Increaser

    Use AI to differentiate and meet the needs of learners at any level.

  • S.M.A.R.T. Goal Outline

    Use AI to set goals that are Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-bound. This approach helps educators and students create clear, actionable objectives that are more likely to be achieved. S.M.A.R.T. goals provide a roadmap for planning, tracking progress, and evaluating success in various aspects of education, including academic achievement, personal growth, and professional development.

Wellness

  • Conversation Circle

    Unlimited amount of content developed by AI help students with positive dialogue, resolve conflicts, build relationships, and promote accountability and healing among students, teachers, and other members of the school community. Rooted in restorative justice principles, Conversation Circles provide a safe and supportive space for participants to share their perspectives, express their feelings, and work together to address issues and restore relationships.

  • Digital Citizenship Lesson

    Structured learning experience designed to educate students about responsible and ethical behavior in the digital world. These lessons aim to empower students with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to navigate the digital landscape safely, responsibly, and ethically. Digital citizenship encompasses a wide range of topics, including online safety, privacy, cyberbullying, digital footprint, information literacy, and respectful online communication.

  • Empathy Prompts

    Prompts or activities designed to cultivate empathy among students by encouraging them to understand and connect with the feelings, perspectives, and experiences of others. These prompts aim to foster empathy, compassion, and social-emotional learning skills, which are essential for building positive relationships, resolving conflicts, and creating inclusive learning environments. Empathy prompts can take various forms, including written exercises, discussion questions, role-playing scenarios, and creative activities.

  • Icebreaker

    Generate an icebreaker activity or exercise designed to help students feel comfortable, build rapport, and establish a positive classroom environment at the beginning of a course, workshop, or group session. Icebreakers are intended to break down social barriers, encourage interaction, and foster a sense of community among students who may be unfamiliar with each other or apprehensive about participating in class activities.

  • Mindfulness Activity

    Use AI to develop an activity that helps students develop awareness of the present moment, cultivate attention, regulate emotions, and promote overall well-being. These activities are designed to teach students how to focus their attention on the present moment without judgment, which can enhance their ability to learn, manage stress, and navigate challenges effectively. Mindfulness activities are often integrated into the school day to support students' social-emotional learning and promote a positive classroom environment.

  • School Improvement Project

    Have AI develop a strategic document developed by a school or educational institution to identify areas for improvement and outline goals, objectives, strategies, and action steps for enhancing student achievement, school performance, and overall effectiveness. The SIP serves as a roadmap for guiding school improvement efforts and promoting continuous growth and development in key areas of focus.

  • S.E.L. Activity

    Leverage AI to develop a learning experience designed to promote the development of students' social and emotional skills, attitudes, and competencies. SEL activities aim to foster self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision-making among students, which are essential for academic success, personal well-being, and positive social interactions.

  • Team Building Activity

    Instantly craft structured exercise or initiative designed to foster collaboration, communication, trust, and camaraderie among students or participants within a group or classroom by leveraging Artificial Intelligence. These activities aim to strengthen interpersonal relationships, promote teamwork skills, and create a positive learning environment conducive to academic success and personal growth.