How AI could save–or sink–creative writing in schools


Key points

  • AI tools like ChatGPT can change the way students approach writing by facilitating rapid prototyping and offering real-time feedback
  • Using AI to support student writing has the potential to help students see failure as an opportunity for growth
  • See related article: Dear parents: 3 ways AI will show up in your child’s classroom this year

This story originally appeared on the Christensen Institute’s blog and is reposted here with permission.

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