While grading essays for his world religions course last month, Antony Aumann, a professor of philosophy at Northern Michigan University,
read what he said was easily the best paper in the class. It explored the morality of burqa bans with clean paragraphs, fitting examples and rigorous arguments
Mr. Aumann faced his scholar over whether or not he had written the essay himself. The scholar confessed to the usage of ChatGPT,
a chatbot that gives you information, explains ideas and generates thoughts in easy sentences — and, on this case, had written the paper.
Fed up with his discovery methods, Mr. Auman decided to turn essay writing to his mentors this semester.
He wants college students to write first drafts inside the classroom and use browsers that detect and limit laptop activity.
In subsequent drafts, college students must provide an explanation for each revision. Mr. Auman, who may also drop articles in future semesters,
plans to incorporate ChatGPT into instruction by asking college students to rate chatbot responses.newskfm.
Across the country, university professors Mr. Auman, department chairs and principals have started flooding lecture halls in response to ChatGPT,
which has undoubtedly led to massive changes in training and learning. Some professors completely reworked their guides,