Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a constantly evolving technology that can have a significant impact on education, transforming the way students learn and teachers teach. For example, ChatGPT is an AI tool capable of autonomously generating educational content and exam answers.
From the Educational Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (LABIA-Edu), we want to know your opinion about the positive and negative implications of this technology in your work as a teacher and in teaching in general. We believe your experience and knowledge are valuable in better understanding how AI can improve education and how we can overcome the challenges it poses.
The survey is completely anonymous. Your answers will allow us to gain valuable information about the positive and negative aspects of AI in education, while helping us direct research so that it can be useful in your daily work. In addition, we would like to know what are the current uses that you are giving it in your classroom/s and how you think they can be improved.
The results of the survey will be used to create an observatory on the use of AI in education, which will serve as a tool for the educational and scientific community. These results may be disclosed and be the basis for scientific publications. We assure you that your answers will be treated confidentially and will be used only for statistical and research purposes.
We thank you in advance for your participation in this survey and look forward to hearing from you. Your contribution will allow us to advance in the development of tools and resources that improve the quality of education. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Dr. Daniel Amo-Filva, firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of the Educational Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (LABIA-Edu) and Coordinator of the Technology Enhanced Learning research line, of the Human Environment Research research group.
Learning Analytics blog: eduliticas.com
Personal blog: danielamo.info
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