ChatGPT could be both beneficial and detrimental to students’ learning. Educators will have to rethink how, what and why they teach and assess in the face of this new tool. Photo: TNS
ChatGPT could be both beneficial and detrimental to students’ learning. Educators will have to rethink how, what and why they teach and assess in the face of this new tool. Photo: TNS
Sean McMinn
Opinion

Opinion

Sean McMinn

ChatGPT killed the classroom star: AI’s rise means it’s time to rethink teaching and testing

  • Considering the implications of AI that can write at near-human levels, the role of teachers and assessments in schools needs to shift
  • Teachers should see themselves as facilitators who guide and support students through the learning process, rather than a single source of knowledge

ChatGPT could be both beneficial and detrimental to students’ learning. Educators will have to rethink how, what and why they teach and assess in the face of this new tool. Photo: TNS
ChatGPT could be both beneficial and detrimental to students’ learning. Educators will have to rethink how, what and why they teach and assess in the face of this new tool. Photo: TNS
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