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Welcome to "Try This!", a weekly blog series where we dive into the ever-evolving world of generative AI and share valuable insights and practical teaching ideas. Discover how educators are leveraging AI, gain fresh perspectives, and explore innovative approaches to education that you can try out yourself.
This week we’ve rounded up five resources to share with you on the topic of AI in Education from Student Perspectives. Below, you'll find:
- A video discussion on the integration of AI tools in higher education, emphasizing efficiency, expressing concerns about job displacement, and highlighting the importance of AI literacy for future job competitiveness.
- A webinar recording featuring a panel discussion where students share experiences on the use of generative AI tools in higher education, exploring the impact on learning experiences, academic performance, and addressing ethical concerns.
- An article on AI tools in NYC high schools, exploring opportunities, challenges, and concerns about cheating, while emphasizing the importance of balancing AI's potential with academic integrity.
- An article from BBC Young Reporters on the importance of incorporating lessons about AI in the education system to ensure responsible use without hindering creativity and critical thinking.
- A blog post on the impact of AI on education, focusing on student perspectives at Luther Burbank High School, highlighting pros and cons, and encouraging responsible use of AI in education.
Check them out and let us know what you think about AI in education from student perspectives in the comments below the post.
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