Like it or not, ChatGPT is our new learning partner


Key points:

  • ChatGPT is here to stay, and it’s wise to now consider it a part of learning
  • In fact, every assignment moving forward must be graded with ChatGPT in mind
  • See related article: How educators can navigate AI-driven plagiarism

You may have heard of ChatGPT. According to Google, about 350,000 articles have been written on the subject, and a significant percentage are related to education. With so much publicity, it is reasonable to assume that all students from middle school through post-secondary are aware of its power. Whether you like it or not, we have a new partner in the classroom.

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