“ChatGPT has just woken many of us up to the fact that we need to be better teachers, not better cops.”
That’s Matthew Noah Smith, associate professor of philosophy at Northeastern University. In the following guest post, he argues against the idea that professors should be focused on preventing students from using large language models (LLMs) to cheat in our courses.
Rather, we should be focused on teaching our students well and getting them interested in the subject, which in turn is likely to reduce their motivation to cheat. He includes in the post several suggestions for…
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