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ChatGPT has a lot of potential for teaching, say educators, but it can also be used to cheat. Here are strategies to prevent ChatGPT cheating
The Google Classroom product manager and adaptive learning project manager at Google share tips for utilizing the popular learning management system
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Programmed by Edward Tian, a Princeton senior, GPTZero is designed to help educators detect writing generated by ChatGPT