Curipod – a teacher AI resource is an innovative slide-show presentation tool designed to enhance interaction between teachers and students through polls, word clouds, drawings, and more. It uses the power of artificial intelligence (AI) for effortless usability while granting teachers full control over the final output. As AI accelerates the creation process, Curipod stands out by allowing teachers to edit and refine the results ensuring that they are right for the class. By combining AI technology with user customization, Curipod provides a user-friendly platform for dynamic and engaging digital learning spaces.
There are several versions but I don’t think anyone would need more than the free version which includes:
- All core features
- Unlimited participants
- Unlimited Curipods
- 20 monthly translator credits
- 1000 character limit for AI feedback
- Email and chat support
- Free forever
Curipod can create lessons/activities on the themes:
- Activate Prior Knowledge
- Discussion Questions
- Drawing Prompts
- Would you rather
- Exit tickets – something no use for the young!
In the full lessons section, it can “Generate Slides” and “Curify my slides”. I generated slides on the theme adjectives for Years 3/4. Curify my slides seems to mean uploading your own presentation ready to make the presentation a part of your Curipod lesson.
My Curipod presentation:
Slide 1: Can you describe an object using three different adjectives?
Slide 2: Adjectives
Adjectives are words that describe nouns and pronouns. Adjectives tell us about a person, place, or thing’s size, shape, color, or personality. Adjectives can help us paint a picture with words!
Slide 3: Concepts
Adjectives are words that describe or modify another person or thing in a sentence.
Adjectives can be used to describe how many or how much of something there is.
Adjectives can also tell what color, shape, age, origin, material, or quality of something is.
Slide 4: Did You Know
Adjectives are sometimes referred to as ‘describing words’ because they help to paint a vivid picture of the noun they modify.
In some languages like Latin, adjectives have to agree with the noun they modify in both gender and number.
Slide 5: Adjectives are used to compare two or more nouns, often using the words ‘more’, ‘less’, or ‘as’.
Slide 6: Work together in pairs: Q: What is an example of an adjective?
Slide 7: Can you describe an object using three different adjectives?
Slide 8: Work together in pairs: What are three adjectives you can use to describe an elephant?
Slide 9: Brain break: Draw a spaceship with wings and burger grill on the side
Slide 10: Which word describes something that is very big? Gigantic, Tiny, Enormous, small
Slide 11: What do we call something that is full of color? Vibrant, Dull, Plain, Boring
- Once the slide show is finished – and edited by a teacher – I can clearly see that it would still need a little work to make it right, but it is a useful start, there is a choice to:
- Present with moderation
- See Results
- Move to folder
There are also pre-generated ideas and all sorts that may be useful but primarily Curipod – a teacher AI resource is a presentation generator that may save time for many teachers.