All work is group work now: Collaborative learning as a pedagogical and assessment framework for learning with generative AI

One of the main concerns about generative AI is “cheating,” or students getting credit for work they didn’t do. This is actually a problem that collaborative learning has been grappling with for decades. In fact, if you think of generative AI as a collaborator in a group project, there’s actually quite a lot of existing practice … Read more

An Analogy for Understanding What it Means for Generative AI to be “Open”

I’ve found this to be a useful analogy for understanding what it means for generative AI to be “open”: Operating systems can be proprietary or open source. Device drivers and other kernel modules that change the behavior of the operating system can be proprietary or open source. Software programs that run on an operating system … Read more