Veteran educator Carl Hooker explores how generative AI tools can disrupt classrooms while also unlocking new opportunities to enhance teaching and learning
When William Quarterman was accused of submitting an AI-generated midterm essay, he started having panic attacks. He says his professor should have handled the situation differently.
President Biden's recent executive order on AI could be the first step in relieving teachers from implementing their own AI policies on the fly.
Jane Rosenzweig sees potential for AI in the future but is critical of many of its current classroom applications.
The AI detectors got it wrong more than half the time when evaluating writing from non-Native English-speaking students, recent research found.
ChatGPT Plus subscribers now have an internet-enabled version of the chatbot, providing students who can afford the subscription version with more opportunities to learn and cheat.
This new teacher starter kit offers advice, best practices, and edtech resources for educators beginning their careers
The Help me write tool is built into Google Docs for select users, providing ease of access that could make AI writing even more widespread
AI tools are everywhere but here are some teaching resources for understanding how this technology works and how it might impact society.
Like many educators across the globe, I was thrust into a brave new world of modern teaching that I had not been trained for and to which an appropriate response was unclear
It's been 10 months since the introduction of generative AI in education. What have we learned so far?
Duet AI brings the power of artificial intelligence into Docs, Sheets and more Google tools to make life easier.
Edtech solution providers need to integrate generative AI into their products to keep up with student and educator needs