Posted on March 17, 2023 in response to Erin In response to Erin
This is funny, I’m at a conference and attending session on Generative AI, and I had that same very question and logged in to ask the question in the community.
I had the idea of teaching students how to create how to create effective prompts.
and I thought about having them use ChatGPT to create a 30 sec script on a topic, and then have them film or animate it.
So new and exciting. I want to embrace it, and am also looking for ideas for my 6th grade students.
A lot of this reminds me of when search engines came out and how teachers were afraid that students would just google the answers. I’m excited.
I've been really engaged in the discussion around ChatGPT in education, particularly on Twitter, over the last couple of months. With the constant updates and development of AI, I thought it might be interesting to hear how others are using it either as teachers or with students. As a secondary teacher I'm constantly learning new ways of how it can be used, and I'm challenging myself to come up with ideas for how it can engage learning for my students.
So far these are my ideas, I'd love to hear yours:
I like how it can be refined like "use the language of a high school student" or create a goal for a student who is struggling with a particular skill...
I know there are challenges and this is something we need to address, but I'd really like to hear how you've seen it add to your students' learning.