Choosing the right keywords
When you enter your keywords, you are telling the AI that powers the Topic Copilot what types of discussions you are hoping to prompt in your classroom. Here are a few tips on how to choose your keywords so you get the best list of topic suggestions:
Be as specific as possible. If using broad phrases like “social emotional learning” or “growth mindset”, be sure to pair them with a keyword that provides more context like “develop growth mindset working in teams”
It only takes a few keywords, not full sentences. Try “impressionist art reflection" rather than “Ask my students to reflect on lesson 5.2 on impressionist art.”
Think about the outcomes you want from students and include those as keywords too, e.g. “self-reflection”, “critique”, or “creative problem solving”
To learn more about Topic Copilot, just start a new topic and click on Topic Copilot link or visit our Help Center for step-by-step instructions.
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