Teaching and Learning as Rumination, or What Cows Can Teach Us about Pedagogy

Credit: iStock.com/Tim Starke
Credit: iStock.com/Tim Starke

Over the past year, most campuses have had to confront the impact of ChatGPT on the classroom, particularly on student learning and submission of assignments. Teachers are scrambling to modify their syllabi to lay out policies to ensure no plagiarism occurs. There is not much clarity on how to respond to the threat of ChatGPT. The new technology raises fundamental questions about teaching and learning; however, the art and process of learning remain the same.


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