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Step by Step Use of Chat GPT

Chat GPT-3 is an artificial intelligence (AI) application that enables users to converse with a virtual assistant. It is an advanced version of the GPT-2 AI system and is designed to offer natural language understanding and response in a conversational setting. With GPT-3, you can interact with a virtual assistant to ask questions and get answers.
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So, AI Ruined Your Term Paper Assignment?

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has made headlines since the release of ChatGPT at the end of 2022. The current advances in AI have changed the game for the future of writing. To this end, higher education and K-12 school faculty throughout the land cried foul because it ruined their course term papers, automatic answering of multiple-choice tests, or writing of any basic writing prompt. The resolution to this problem varies with most electing to ban the technology however, this is not a viable solution!
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Enhancing Instruction and Empowering Educators with AI Tools and Technology

The integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in education is rapidly gaining momentum and has the potential to revolutionize the way teachers and educational professionals guide student learning. While the critical presence of teachers is undoubtedly irreplaceable, AI is set to bring about significant changes to the roles and responsibilities of educators, as well as to educational best practices. From providing personalized learning experiences to automating administrative tasks and grading, AI has the potential to greatly assist educators in their efforts to educate the next generation.
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Opportunities to Respond: Engagement Meets Technology

The concept of Opportunities to Respond (OTR) is an instructional-based strategy that encourages students to respond in different forms. Some of these opportunities may be errorless, yes/ no, or multiple choice. Using this strategy encourages more students to participate, and be more engaged, in the class.