Category: Op-ed

Tradional Teacher and Robot

Teacher-Student Trust is Eroding Because of AI; But it Doesn’t Have to

Plagiarism Concerns Persist Over this past semester, we’ve spoken to hundreds of teachers about artificial intelligence and its impact on education. Unsurprisingly, we’ve received a lot of questions about plagiarism and cheating. How students can complete assignments using AI, how

Classroom Transformation with AI

The Educator’s Role in Demystifying AI

Understanding and Accessibility: The Heart of AI Education I got into AI accidentally. It had nothing to do with ChatGPT, and everything to do with the desire to clone myself because there weren’t enough hours in a day if I

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Navigating Screen Time in the Age of AI: A Guide for Educators

The Digital Classroom Dilemma In a world where kids often know Alexa better than storybook characters, we educators are tasked with a delicate balance. How do we mix the exciting digital world with essential human connections and classic learning? AI

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Using AI to Incorporate Social Justice into Any Lesson

Many teacher education programs include a component of social justice or social reconstruction. These goals reflect a focus on preparing teachers who work toward equity for all of their students and act in culturally responsive ways. Teachers are in a

Robotic Conversation with Policy Makers

A Year of ChatGPT: An AI Education Policy Overview

November 30th, 2023 will mark the one-year anniversary of the launch of ChatGPT, a product which has sent shockwaves through numerous areas of the professional landscape. Government agencies have rushed to further understand the vast potential of Generative Artificial Intelligence (GenAI) technology,