Evidence-Based Teaching Practices to Shape Your Response to GenAI Writing Tools

Session Format: Remote synchronous (Zoom)

Intended Audience: Faculty, Graduate Students, Postdocs

Facilitator(s): Anoff Nicholas Kobblah and Tazin Daniels

Session Abstract: In part one of this two-part workshop series, instructors will be introduced to evidence-based teaching practices that should shape how they respond to the new Generative Artificial Intelligence (GenAI) writing tools that have become widely available to students. Through demonstrations and breakout conversations participants will have a chance to see how tools like ChatGPT respond to various assignment prompts to better understand their strengths and limitations. They will also have a chance to explore case studies that could inform their own approach to GenAI writing tools in their own classrooms.

GTC eligible? Yes, B2

Event Information
Location (Room):
Remote Event
Graduate Students
U-M Graduate Teacher Certificate:
Requirement B2
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