The rise of artificial intelligence writing generators has had an impact on schools in British Columbia. Teachers have noticed that students are using these AI generators to complete their homework and assignments. This has caused concern for educators, as they are unsure of how to address this new technology. The Vancouver School Board’s learning and information technology division is working to provide solutions and support for teachers and staff. They are encouraging teachers to have conversations with their students about using AI generators responsibly. The school district is also considering implementing policies specifically addressing the use of AI generators. Meanwhile, the Prince George School District has two different approaches to handling AI generators. One group of teachers prefers in-class learning without the use of AI generators, while another group believes AI can be used as a tool for writing assignments that can then be critiqued and analyzed together. Both school districts acknowledge that they are still in the early stages of understanding AI generators and will continue to learn as they go.
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