Tuesday’s Collection — Works from Age of Awareness

Chat-GPT, AI in the classroom, and how teachers are reacting

Stephen Muskett, M.S.Ed
Age of Awareness
1 min readMay 18, 2023

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As a teacher, there are always new technologies, new apps, new management systems, new acronyms popping up each school year. But this does feel different. At least in my career, I can’t think of anything this potentially disruptive. AI/AGI, or Artificial Intelligence/Artificial General Intelligence, may be the thing(s) that reshape education forever. There are many ways in which this technology could make us better educators but there are also ways in which this could end up hindering student learning.

Selections for the week:

Why I Passed Students That Probably Shouldn’t Have Passed by Ryan Fan

AI Is Coming to My Classroom. I Have No Idea What to Do. by George Dillard

A Request to Active Educators: A Way to be Heard by Karen Gross

Get Ahead of the Curve: How Bing Chatbot is Disrupting Academic Research with 9 Proven Use Cases by Najeeb G. Abdulhamid, PhD

The Pepper Spray Video: ChatGPT Solves Cell Phones in the Classroom by Jay Wamsted

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Stephen Muskett, M.S.Ed
Age of Awareness

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