Enhancing the quality of teaching and learning through Gemini, ChatGPT, and similar generative Artificial Intelligence: Challenges, future prospects, and ethical considerations in education




ChatGPT, Generative AI, Artificial Intelligence, Critical Thinking, Education, Teaching and Learning.


The integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) into the field of education has ushered in a transformative shift in the creation and dissemination of assignments. This research delves into the implications and complexities surrounding the incorporation of AI-enhanced ChatGPT submission in the realm of education. AI-enhanced ChatGPT submissions offer a multitude of benefits. First and foremost, they offer educators a convenient means to produce a wide array of content, encompassing quizzes, essay prompts, and problem sets, thus saving both time and effort. AI has the capacity to customize assignments according to the specific needs of individual students, ensuring personalized learning experiences. Additionally, AI's ability to analyze student performance data can aid educators in pinpointing areas where students might be facing challenges, allowing them to adapt their teaching methods accordingly. Nonetheless, this innovation also raises substantial concerns. The authenticity and quality of AI-generated submission may come under scrutiny, potentially giving rise to issues of plagiarism and academic integrity. It is crucial to ensure that AI-generated content aligns with educational objectives and standards. Before disseminating AI-generated submission to students, educators must meticulously curate and review them. Furthermore, the role of teachers in the educational process extends beyond merely assigning tasks. They provide mentorship, guidance, and feedback that surpass the capabilities of ChatGPT. This human touch is indispensable for nurturing critical thinking, fostering creativity, and enhancing emotional intelligence. Ethical considerations also play a pivotal role. Both students and educators must comprehend how AI-generated assignments are created, ensuring transparency in the process. Safeguards must be in place to safeguard data privacy, and measures need to be taken to address bias in AI algorithms. Hence, it is imperative for teachers and educational institutions to critically evaluate the place of AI in education and determine the circumstances under which AI-generated assignments can be integrated to enrich the educational landscape.


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How to Cite

Rane, N. (2024). Enhancing the quality of teaching and learning through Gemini, ChatGPT, and similar generative Artificial Intelligence: Challenges, future prospects, and ethical considerations in education. TESOL and Technology Studies, 5(1), 1–6. https://doi.org/10.48185/tts.v5i1.1000