Chatbots in the Classroom

In this episode of the Digital Learning Podcast, Matt Miller and Holly Clark discuss how to create chatbots for use in the classroom. Chatbots can be a valuable addition to the classroom, providing students with personalized support and feedback. By following best practices, teachers can create effective chatbots that enhance the learning experience for their students. In this episode, Holly shares her experience creating a chatbot and ideas for using something similar in the classroom.


  • Poe is a platform that lets people ask questions, get instant answers, and have back-and-forth conversations with a wide variety of AI-powered bots. It is available on iOS, Android, MacOS and web.
  • Hugging Face offers tools that enable users to build, train, and deploy machine learning models.
  • ChatGPT Vision The new features include voice and image capabilities that allow users to have a voice conversation or show ChatGPT what they are talking about, and to snap pictures of objects and ask questions about them.
  • Khanmigo Khanmigo is an AI-powered tool developed by Khan Academy that helps students and teachers with their learning and teaching. It gives suggestions and feedback to students as they write, debate, and collaborate, and provides personalized tutoring to learners of all backgrounds. 


You may also like

When AI Cheating Isn’t About AI

When AI Cheating Isn’t About AI
{"email":"Email address invalid","url":"Website address invalid","required":"Required field missing"}

Want to share something with Matt and Holly? Have an idea for something we should talk about? Just want to say hello? Send us a a message! We would love to hear from you.