Artificial Intelligence - Resources & FAQs
- How can I empower students to co-create behavioral expectations for the classroom use of artificial intelligence tools?
- What is artificial intelligence?
- Where do we see AI tools and programs used on a regular basis?
- What is a generative language model?
- How does ChatGPT work?
- How can a student share their process from ChatGPT?
- How can these tools help to reduce learning gaps and help students with accommodations?
- How will AI impact education?
- How can you support your students towards fair and ethical use of these tools?
- What are some fun activities you and your student could try using AI tools they have access to through school?
- What are some examples of classroom policies and communication around these tools?
- What are some implementation lessons where ChatGPT has been used in classrooms?
- How are these tools used in the community and the workforce?
- So what does OpenAI want educators to keep in mind when using ChatGPT?
- How can this revolutionize my workflow?
- Where can I find resources as new updates come up?
- What does this look like in different grade levels?
- What do effective assessments look like using AI?
- What do ineffective assessments look like using AI?
- This feels like it’s wide open and tough to regulate. Are there ways to provide students with a bit more scaffolded support, while still having them use AI?
- If I suspect a student is using AI in an unethical manner, what should I do?
These FAQs were developed by the teachers who took part in the 2023 AI Action Research project in the Peninsula School District. If you are a teacher in PSD and need more assistance around AI, we encourage you to reach out to your Digital Innovation Leads or the AI Action Research project team members.
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