Thanks to everyone who has taken part in our survey on AI in education. This has now closed. We will be reviewing the results in the November magazine.
While Artificial Intelligence is nothing new, it seems that in just the space of a few months, the availability of some new AI-powered tools has significantly altered the teaching and learning landscape.
It’s hard to believe that ChatGPT was launched only eight months ago. From school staffrooms to classrooms to ministerial offices, its arrival has been something of a wake-up call.
AI is looming large for education; its impact is potentially profound. But is it good or bad? Help or hindrance? Smart thinking or cheating?
Well, that’s what we want to find out with our AI in Education Survey. We’d love to know what you think. What have been your experiences so far? What would you like to see happening with AI?
Be in to win!
PLUS, as thank you for taking part, you’ll go into the draw to win a bag of INTERFACE goodies, including a copy of 50 Strategies for Integrating AI Into the Classroom, a Mini Desktop Robot Vacuum Cleaner (AI-powered, of course!), and a $100 Prezzy card.
(You can complete the survey anonymously but you will need to tell us who you are if you want to go into the prize draw.)
If you’d like to take part and share your thoughts, please complete the survey below.
This survey has now closed.
The survey closes Friday 23 September (the end of Term 3) and the results will be reviewed in our November magazine. If you have any trouble completing the survey, please get in touch at email@example.com
INTERFACE, August 2023