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Artificial Intelligence — What does ChatGPT mean for our teaching?
Tuesday, February 7, 12:30-1:30pm
Baines Room – Bill Daniel Student Center (SUB)
The recent launch of a high-performing, intuitive, and accessible AI chatbot has many instructors wondering how students and instructors alike may use this tool for good and ill, with consequences for everything from essay writing to multiple-choice exams. Grab lunch at the SUB or nearby Penland dining hall, or bring your own lunch, and join us for an open-ended discussion on the instructional implications of these developments.
Beyond the Norm — Approaches to Grading
Friday, March 24, 12:00pm-1:00pm
Beckham Room – Bill Daniel Student Center (SUB)
For many instructors, grading structures are taken for granted and often replicate their experiences as students. Although all Baylor instructors submit letter grades, faculty can use any number of processes for calculating or structuring grading processes—from mastery grading to contract grading to peer and collaborative grading. Grab lunch at the SUB or nearby Penland dining hall, or bring your own lunch, and join us for an open-ended discussion on thinking outside the box to better align grading practices with our learning objectives.