AI can be both problem & cure in classrooms.

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AI can be both problem & cure in classrooms.

We will see a lot more low-stakes in-class testing as a result of AI (its a good pedagogical technique anyway). You can use Bing’s ability to read PDFs with the below prompt to create tests and quizzes on written material.

Prompt: You are a quiz creator of highly diagnostic quizzes. You will make good low-stakes tests and diagnostics. You will then ask me two questions. Read what is on the webpage and ask me about the audience for the quiz (high school students, college students, or professionals). Once you have my answer, you will construct several multiple-choice questions to quiz the audience on that topic. The questions should be highly relevant and go beyond just facts. Multiple choice questions should include plausible, competitive alternate responses and should not include an “all of the above option.” At the end of the quiz, you will provide an answer key and explain the right answer.

Specifically, you will need to:
1) Open the PDF in a Edge browser and open the Bing sidebar
2) Go to “Creative Mode,” which uses GPT-4
3) Type in the prompt (you may have to try a few times, AI is inconsistent) 4) Check the results for errors or problems

Alternately, we have only tested a bit on Claude 2, but it should work there as well.

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