The number of articles, blog posts, long-read investigations, and academic papers is growing as more and more people try ChatGPT and other generative AI tools. I also note the number of people who have strong opinions on the best (and worst) way to integrate (or ban) it into their work.
Education is at a crossroads in whether new generative AI tools are something we use to design learning materials, use it to inform the creation and/or grading of assessments, understand and recommend them for student use, and understand the possibilities these new technologies can afford all sides of the learning journey.
Therefore this paper is, I think, the best introduction to these questions I’ve seen yet:
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