Thinking about ChatGPT as a pedagogy problem, rather than a plagiarism problem, is a way to approach teaching generatively.
Scaffolding mitigates library anxiety, imposter syndrome, and accidental plagiarism.
Rather than assigning a big, summative paper or project at the end of the course, breaking it up into stages with student reflection reinforces original work and a growth mindset that can reduce the perceived need for students using a tool such as ChatGPT.
Read this article by Ethan Mollick - Assigning AI: Seven Ways of Using AI in Class
Visit AI Pedagogy Project created by Harvard - there is basic informaiton about AI, large language models, and assignments using and analyzing AI.
Remember, you'll always need to verify the information. ChatGPT will sometimes make things ups (known as "hallucination.")
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