Have you tried/used or plan to use AI technology in your LXD platform/learning experience environments, and what are some consequences you might predict or envision for making learning experiences potentially more meaningful using AI technology as a learning tool?
I asked ChatGPT the following:
Tell me five ways ChatGPT will help educators design learning experiences.
- Personalization: ChatGPT can help educators design personalized learning experiences by providing individualized feedback and guidance to each student based on their unique needs and learning style. This can help students feel more motivated and engaged in their learning, and may lead to better outcomes.
- Adaptive learning: ChatCPTcan be programmed to adapt to the needs of each student, providing customized content and support based on their progress and performance. This can help educators design learning experiences that are tailored to the needs of each student, ensuring that they are challenged but not overwhelmed.
- Collaboration: ChatGPT can facilitate collaboration among students by providing a platform for communication and exchange of ideas. This can help educators create learning experiences that are more interactive and engaging, and can foster a sense of community among learners.
- Feedback and assessment: ChapGPT can provide ongoing feedback and assessment to students, helping them track their progress and identify areas for improvement. This can help educators design learning experiences that are more effective and efficient, and can help students stay on track and reach their goals.
- Accessibility: ChatGPT can be accessed from any device with an internet connection, making it a convenient and flexible tool for educators. This can help them design learning experiences that are accessible to all students, regardless of their location or circumstances.
The link wasn’t working when I checked @Roxann and I would be interested in your reactions to this tool and the results. I see a growing need to validate content, between deepfake videos and this kind of authoring how can we determine fact from fiction? In our teams we need to find frameworks where reliability, and content validity, occur to ensure the opinions being expressed don’t become facts not based on reality causing new stresses within teammates and organizations.
Thanks Bill @WJRyan,
Thanks for letting me know about the link…
I can’t seem to edit the link due it is reporting a “slow mode”. I’ve added the link below just as a reminder you will need to create an account to use AI.
Since it is very new to many of us, it will definitely be interesting to see how the ChatGPT will be used.
Right now many educators who are teaching writing are very interested in this tool for analyzing writing and anything tangential as well.
I’m experimenting like many, in using this to generate guided imagery meditations and I’m finding I am pleased with the immediacy of the generated writing scripts AI has created. I do also edit these. There are indeed consequences and many of which we probably will find out in time how to navigate this technology for the better- one can hope!
I believe, that learning using AI will be more inclusive according to the 4A approach (Accessibility, Ability, Adequacy & Associate).
I would like to consider adding a 5th “A”, accountability. From the generator creating to the user who ultimately posts and shares we need to expand accuracy (hmm, a 6th “A”?).
Absolutely, I think that incorporating both accountability and accuracy into the 4A approach can help to prevent information bias, and encourage reliability. It’s more important to focus on capabilization and balance between personnel and commune needs. Thank you @WJRyan. End of life…