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The recent surge of text generative AI has everyone in the education world talking. Think pieces, blogs, and social media are full of questions with no clear answers, yet educators are already facing these issues in classrooms. No longer a potential issue in the future, AI-generated text is present and likely closer than many educators would prefer.

Still, consider the adaptations that educators have made successfully in the past. The shift to using a search engine to locate information online rather than the card catalog to locate print text shifted the way research skills are taught in the not too distant past. AI-generated text is the next big shift in the education world. Some clear challenges have emerged with its relative ease of use, yet the potential for good instructional practices is clearly there.

Let’s seize these opportunities to truly make our teaching and learning match the world our students inhabit.

As AI evolves, so will our resources, so bookmark this page and plan to revisit it regularly for helpful information and strategies. 

Professional learning resources


AI-generated text: What educators are saying

A resource outlining the conversations that educators are having globally regarding AI.


AI-generated text: An annotated hotlist for educators

An annotated hotlist of blogs and articles noting the challenges and potential of text-generated AI in the...


Guide for approaching AI-generated text in your classroom

An educator guide providing suggestions for how to adapt instruction when faced with student use of AI.


AI vocabulary glossary

A glossary of terms commonly used in education and media to help educators easily differentiate between them.

Educator resources


Updating your academic integrity policy in the age of AI

A resource to guide educators in reviewing/revising existing academic integrity policies to address threats from...


AI misuse checklist

This checklist is a resource to aid educators in reviewing assignment prompts for potential vulnerabilities to...


AI misuse rubric

This rubric helps educators proactively prepare writing assignments for possible misuse of generative AI writing...


Misuse checklist or rubric?

A guide to help educators determine which resource is more applicable to their instructional situation: the AI...


AI conversations: Handling false positives for educators

A guide sharing strategies educators can consider to help when confronted with a false positive.


Approaching a student regarding potential AI misuse

This educator-facing guide provides support in facilitating open conversations about potential AI misuse.


Discussion starters for tough conversations about AI

This educator-facing guide provides discussion starters to support open conversations about potential AI misuse.

Student resources


AI conversations: Handling false positives for students

A guide sharing strategies students can consider to help when confronted with a false positive.


Ethical AI use checklist for students

This student-facing checklist allows students to self-monitor their use of AI to complete assignments.

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