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Like any other younger generation, learning that most likely students are using this more often than what we really know. But it can be used for writing support. 

There are both advantages and disadvantages with using AI, just like any other technological trend. But it is good to reflect on these aspects and how to incorporate the advantages of it into the classroom. 

I can use it as a supporting tool and hopefully educate students about learning how to enter prompts. 

I learned the history, or the foundation, of AI. There is also more to AI than ChatGPT. 

One of the things to consider updating or noting from the portion of the training revolves around the release of ChatGPT 4 and ChatGPT 4o. In one of the lessons, it makes the statement that one of the limitations is that it does not have access to real-time information because it is not connected to the web. This is no longer the case as ChatGPT is connected to the web and utilizes Bing as a search engine. 

The concepts surrounding its evolution have been around much longer than many realize. The benefits are something worth considering and, rather than dissuading, encouraging and demonstrating proper use appears to be the better route. 

I have learned that those that are encouraging AI are not just there for a free for all, they are concerned about the dangers that go along with the power of AI.
I agree with many of the benefits of using AI/Chapgpt in education that were reviewed in the module. I also see it being a great help to teachers in terms of time and lesson development. It definitely needs to be used with proper guidelines for vetting what is produced and making sure it is morally and ethically sound. I also have a huge concern about student use. Their sense of ethics is still being developed, so their attitude and approach to use may not be as well developed.

Hands on learning is how most of us grew up. It is what most people feel is the best way to learn. There are a variety of ways to learn. Having virtual classrooms can make success for some students a reality. Not everyone has transportation or may have other matters making in person classes impossible. I think as a teacher we need to be able to reach students no matter how they learn. Discussion boards can be engaging in the classroom. It can also be very boring to the students and tedious for them. I personally like discussion boards when… >>>

Understanding the student type of learning can help the instructor better prepare the students for the real world after graduation. Having a variety of different strategies in teaching will make the instructor more effective. The use of self-grading tools can help the instructor not burn out as quickly. It also gives the student opportunity to see the grade right away so they know where they need to improve.

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