Nearly every educator I’ve spoken with this spring--in any context--has mentioned their angst with artificial intelligence. I’ll be honest: I’m more than a little uncomfortable, too. We’re all awestruck, for certain, but many of us are treading lighter than we ever have as we inch
Here’s what learning alongside my students looked like last April: me, hunched over the back table during my planning period, head in my hands, staring blankly ahead in abject misery, paper and scraps of used eraser littering the table. I was near tears when my
Artificial intelligence is changing the landscape of our written language, seeping into schools, the workplace, and the shadowy world of deepfakes. Some have compared the projected magnitude of its impact to that of the calculator or the internet itself.
When I asked ChatGPT to create an