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How to Combat AI Misuse in Your Classroom Edtech Throwdown

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Edtech Throwdown
Episode 164: How to Combat AI Misuse in Your Classroom
Welcome to the EdTech Throwdown  This is episode 164 called “How to Combat AI Misuse in Your Classroom”.  In this episode, we’ll talk about how to plan your classroom with a positive and pro-active approach to AI use! This is another episode you don’t want to miss, check it out!
Segment 1: 
Narrative:  Teachers questioning student work.
So let’s take a break while we go ask ChatGPT to write this episode for us, so that when we come back we can talk about how to deal with these issues in a positive and proactive way.
Segment 2:
Avoid The “Reactive” ApproachDon’t find yourself halfway through the year and angry because you can tell that a significant percentage of your students just used a chat bot to write their responses.Set Clear Expectations (Be Proactive):Syllabus StatementCould align with a school policy if that is already establishedIntroductory days AI discussionAsk students to share what they think about AI.  Let them discuss, consider, and reflect.Generate class rules together, almost like normsGive them examples from real life where AI might be allowed, and then not allowed.In college, they would likely see similar rules, where using AI to write for you is likely considered academic dishonesty and you would get expelled.In life, you might use AI to begin the process of writing a best mans speech you need to give.In a career, you might use it to plan out some talking points for an upcoming meeting or make an email sound more professional.Assignment/Project ExpectationsClearly state acceptable/unacceptable uses of AIHave some pre-written templates for different types of assignments and what types of AI-use might be acceptable.  This way you can easily copy and paste them into assignment descriptions as needed.Promote Positive CommunicationLet students know that you aren’t out to “Catch Them”Expose them to current AI literature8 Things Students Should know about AI by Ben KliegerBest PracticesShow examples of good use of AIShow examples of how you can tell the usage of AITurnitin AI DetectionChrome Extensions DraftbackRevision HistoryClear expectations and detailed processYou may use AI for ____ purpose.li...

Edtech Throwdown
Episode 164: How to Combat AI Misuse in Your Classroom
Welcome to the EdTech Throwdown  This is episode 164 called “How to Combat AI Misuse in Your Classroom”.  In this episode, we’ll talk about how to plan your classroom with a positive and pro-active approach to AI use! This is another episode you don’t want to miss, check it out!
Segment 1: 
Narrative:  Teachers questioning student work.
So let’s take a break while we go ask ChatGPT to write this episode for us, so that when we come back we can talk about how to deal with these issues in a positive and proactive way.
Segment 2:
Avoid The “Reactive” ApproachDon’t find yourself halfway through the year and angry because you can tell that a significant percentage of your students just used a chat bot to write their responses.Set Clear Expectations (Be Proactive):Syllabus StatementCould align with a school policy if that is already establishedIntroductory days AI discussionAsk students to share what they think about AI.  Let them discuss, consider, and reflect.Generate class rules together, almost like normsGive them examples from real life where AI might be allowed, and then not allowed.In college, they would likely see similar rules, where using AI to write for you is likely considered academic dishonesty and you would get expelled.In life, you might use AI to begin the process of writing a best mans speech you need to give.In a career, you might use it to plan out some talking points for an upcoming meeting or make an email sound more professional.Assignment/Project ExpectationsClearly state acceptable/unacceptable uses of AIHave some pre-written templates for different types of assignments and what types of AI-use might be acceptable.  This way you can easily copy and paste them into assignment descriptions as needed.Promote Positive CommunicationLet students know that you aren’t out to “Catch Them”Expose them to current AI literature8 Things Students Should know about AI by Ben KliegerBest PracticesShow examples of good use of AIShow examples of how you can tell the usage of AITurnitin AI DetectionChrome Extensions DraftbackRevision HistoryClear expectations and detailed processYou may use AI for ____ purpose.li...

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