Incorporating ChatGPT Into Your Teaching
Instructor Insights and Assignment Samples
- New Modes of Learning Enabled by AI Chatbots: Three Methods and Assignments (by Ethan and Lilach Mollick)
- Using AI to Implement Effective Teaching Strategies in Classrooms: Five Strategies, Including Prompts (by Ethan and Lilach Mollick)
- Multiple Disciplines: Academic Paper Assignments (preprint by Andreas Jungherr at the University of Bamberg)
- Economics (preprint by Tyler Cowen and Alexander Tabarrok at George Mason University)
- Political Science (by Kevin Reuning)
- Physics (start video at 2:10)
- General Chemistry (from Ellen Yezierski)
Read the Fine Print
Students should have the option not to use ChatGPT if they are uncomfortable with how the tool collects or uses their data. In such cases, students can use outputs generated by the instructor or other students.
More Resources for Teaching Writing
This set of resources was compiled to support instructors who wish to employ the ChatGPT tool in their courses.
For more detailed resources on writing instruction with ChatGPT, visit our Resources for Teaching Writing page from Miami's Howe Center for Writing Excellence.