AI Enters the Chat: A Collection of Guides, Insights, and News about How ChatGPT is Changing Education
By now, you’ve probably heard the buzz around ChatGPT — the artificial intelligence chatbot. The tool is creating waves as people work to understand exactly what it is, how it works, and ways to implement it (or not). It’s a major disruptor and arguably, policymakers, school administrators, and classroom educators are the ones on the frontline, observing the rapid changes and experiencing how it’s shifting the way students learn and how teachers teach.
At edinno, we work to support early-stage edtech innovators and strive to provide resources that inform the creation and implementation of education technologies. As ChatGPT emerges as one of the most transformative tools in edtech, we thought we’d compile a list of suggestions and guidelines for using it in the classroom, news, and insights about how your learning environment can embrace it. Read on!
Suggestions & Guidelines for Using ChatGPT in the Classroom
- 4 Ways Teachers Can Harness the Power of ChatGPT (Learning Explorer); Stephen Anthony Guerriero, M.A., M.Ed
- 19 Ways to Use ChatGPT in Your Classroom (EducationWeek); Larry Ferlazzo
- A Teacher’s Prompt Guide to ChatGPT (@HerftEducator); Andrew Herft
- How teachers can harness ChatGPT for good (Chalkbeat); Ben Talsma
- Using ChatGPT in Education: Guide for Teachers (Edtech Empire)
- ChatGPT in Classrooms: What to Know (U.S. News); Cole Claybourn
- ChatGPT In Schools: Here’s Where It’s Banned — And How It Could Potentially Help Students (Forbes); Arianna Johnson
- EXPLAINER: What is ChatGPT and why are schools blocking it? (AP News); Matt O’Brien
- New York City schools blocked ChatGPT. Here’s what other large districts are doing (Chalkbeat); Julian Shen-Berro
- What is ChatGPT? AI technology sends schools scrambling to preserve learning (The Hill); Lexi Lonas
Insights About How Schools Can Embrace ChatGPT
- Don’t Ban ChatGPT in Schools. Teach With It. (New York Times); Kevin Roose
- Every Student is Cheating with ChatGPT, and That’s a Good Thing (Edtech Digest); Garrett Smiley
- LISTEN — Class Disrupted S4 E7: Beneath the AI Hype (Class Disrupted Podcast); Michael B. Horn & Diane Tavenner
- The Future of High School Essay: We Talk to 4 Teachers, 2 Experts and 1 AI Chatbot (The 74); Greg Toppo
- Schools Must Embrace the Looming Disruption of ChatGPT (The 74); Sarah Dillard
- Stanford faculty weigh in on ChatGPT’s shake-up in education (Stanford Graduate School of Education)
- Teachers sound off on ChatGPT, the new AI tool that can write students’ essays for them (Today.com); Elise Solé
- We Gave ChatGPT 5 Common Teaching Tasks. Here’s How Teachers Say It Did (EducationWeek); Madeline Will
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