Last year, I wrote a fairly popular post headlined “You Write” Is The First Of Many Artificial-Intelligence Writing Tools That Will Be A Challenge Or Opportunity For Teachers.
It discussed how teachers might consider responding to the fact that Artificial Intelligence-fueled sites to assist people in their writing were soon going to be ubiquitous, and shared some potential ways to respond less “reactively” to them. YouWrite was the first of many such tools that are now pretty common.
Machines Can Craft Essays. How Should Writing Be Taught Now? is a new article in Inside Higher Ed that takes a similar stance toward this challenge, and is a definite “must-read.”
It shares even more ideas teachers might want to consider. And we will need all the ideas we can get!