Since I started using ChatGPT, I’ve been amazed at its capabilities. It has limitless potential for saving educators hours and hours of time. When I was in the classroom, I’d spend so much time online, searching for quality resources, activities, lessons, materials, ideas, and more to help me piece together engaging units of study for my students. I know other teachers who do the same and others who rely on teacher guides, workbooks, and more. The way I see it, ChatGPT offers the possibility to create resources for yourself, to further tailor and adapt resources you already have to better meet your needs and your students’ needs, or to act as a brainstorming buddy for incorporating new activities and learning stations into lessons.