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Teaching with AI

A Practical Guide to a New Era of Human Learning

José Antonio Bowen and C. Edward Watson

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How AI is revolutionizing the future of learning and how educators can adapt to this new era of human thinking.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is revolutionizing the way we learn, work, and think. Its integration into classrooms and workplaces is already underway, impacting and challenging ideas about creativity, authorship, and education. In this groundbreaking and practical guide, teachers will discover how to harness and manage AI as a powerful teaching tool. José Antonio Bowen and C. Edward Watson present emerging and powerful research on the seismic changes AI is already creating in schools...

How AI is revolutionizing the future of learning and how educators can adapt to this new era of human thinking.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is revolutionizing the way we learn, work, and think. Its integration into classrooms and workplaces is already underway, impacting and challenging ideas about creativity, authorship, and education. In this groundbreaking and practical guide, teachers will discover how to harness and manage AI as a powerful teaching tool. José Antonio Bowen and C. Edward Watson present emerging and powerful research on the seismic changes AI is already creating in schools and the workplace, providing invaluable insights into what AI can accomplish in the classroom and beyond.

By learning how to use new AI tools and resources, educators will gain the confidence to navigate the challenges and seize the opportunities presented by AI. From interactive learning techniques to advanced assignment and assessment strategies, this comprehensive guide offers practical suggestions for integrating AI effectively into teaching and learning environments. Bowen and Watson tackle crucial questions related to academic integrity, cheating, and other emerging issues.

In the age of AI, critical thinking skills, information literacy, and a liberal arts education are more important than ever. As AI continues to reshape the nature of work and human thinking, educators can equip students with the skills they need to thrive in a rapidly evolving world. This book serves as a compass, guiding educators through the uncharted territory of AI-powered education and the future of teaching and learning.

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This book is perfect for instructors looking to sharpen twenty-first century skills students will need in the workforce.

An impressive orientation to teaching and learning in this new age of artificial intelligence.

Navigating AI's impact within an educational context is a formidable task, one that requires a collective effort. In Teaching with AI, authors Bowen and Watson equip educators to adapt to these changes with integrity, practical wisdom, and creative inspiration. This book serves as an invaluable resource for those seeking to harness the potential of AI to enhance their teaching and learning, while mitigating the challenges.

This book is a veritable lifeline to those of us navigating the turbulent waters of AI in the postsecondary classroom, provided we are willing to take seriously the need to revisit our assumptions about both what constitutes learning as well as the value and purpose of college teaching.

This book is fantastic! Bowen and Watson deftly combine explanations of complex issues surrounding student use of AI, suggestions for integrating AI effectively into a wide range of teaching and learning situations, and examples of actual prompts to enhance the effectiveness of AI. This is so good I kept telling myself 'just a few more pages,' until I had read nearly the entire book in one sitting.   

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8.5
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280
ISBN
9781421449227
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3 b&w illus.
Table of Contents

Chronology
Introduction
Part I. Thinking with AI
1. AI Basics
2. A New Era of Work
3. AI Literacy
4. Reimagining Creativity
Part II. Teaching with AI 
5. AI-Assisted Faculty  
6. AI Cheating and

Chronology
Introduction
Part I. Thinking with AI
1. AI Basics
2. A New Era of Work
3. AI Literacy
4. Reimagining Creativity
Part II. Teaching with AI 
5. AI-Assisted Faculty  
6. AI Cheating and Detection  
7. AI Policies 
8. Grading and (Re-)Defining Quality  
Part III. Learning with AI
9. Feedback and Roleplaying with AI  
10. Designing Assignments and Assessments for Human Effort
11. Writing and AI
12. AI Assignments and Assessments
Epilogue 
Acknowledgments
References
Index 

Author Bios
José Antonio Bowen
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José Antonio Bowen

José Antonio Bowen (DALLAS, TX) is the author of Teaching Naked: How Moving Technology Out of Your College Classroom Will Improve Student Learning and Teaching Change: How to Develop Independent Thinkers Using Relationships, Resilience, and Reflection. He is the former president of Goucher College.
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C. Edward Watson

C. Edward Watson (BLACKSBURG, VA) is the Associate Vice President for Curricular and Pedagogical Innovation at the American Association of Colleges and Universities. He is the former Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning at the University of Georgia. He is the author of Playing to Learn with Reacting to the Past: Research on High Impact, Active Learning Practices. Bowen and Watson are...