Creative and critical engagement
with AI in education
A collection of assignments and materials inspired by the humanities,
for educators curious about how AI affects their students and their syllabi
Focused on the essentials and written to be accessible to a newcomer, this interactive guide will give you the background you need to feel more confident with engaging conversations about AI in your classroom.
Part 1: AI Starter
For educators who are new to using AI tools, Part 1 introduces AI concepts, suggests classroom AI policies, and more.
Part 2: LLM Tutorial
A guided demonstration of ChatGPT, recommended even for those who have used it before. You’ll learn essential dos and don’ts, debunk common myths, and be prepared to use large language models responsibly.
Part 3: Resources
There’s always more to learn! In Part 3 we include additional trusted resources to continue expanding your knowledge about AI.
These assignments are designed to spark informed conversation about the risks, benefits, and potential impacts of AI tools. They are sourced from educators around the world, often revised or expanded for the purposes of this collection (the original source links are included).
Thank you to the educators who are credited in this collection. Please cite the source when using or adapting one of these assignments.
Critical Analysis Across AI Tools & Stereotypes
An update of the "pre-digital" exercise in which students compare multiple accounts of a particular theory from different authors. With AI tools, students engage in similar critical analysis and debate, while developing an understanding of what this software can (and cannot) do.
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We are seeking contributions from educators who are responsibly incorporating AI tools into their pedagogy. We invite you to share an assignment with us to help foster a global community of critical AI literacy.