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AI as Assistive Technology in Learning

To prevent misuse of ChatGPT, teachers can assign tasks that are personalised and contextualised that requires original thought and action, through multimedia

AI tools such as ChatGPT should be used as assistive technologies in learning to develop higher-order thinking skills such as critical evaluation and creativity, according to Prof Matt Bower, Interim Dean of Macquarie University's School of Education. "ChatGPT and AI more generally is a useful prompt for us to reconsider how we assess and teach across the entire university sector. The impact may be even greater in school education, where students are asked to deliver less complex homework and as...

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