At Conference Hosted by Local Writing Project Site, Michigan Teachers Embrace AI's Potential to Transform Writing Education

Troy Hicks, Director of the Chippewa River Writing Project, addressed teachers at a professional development event in Michigan, urging them to embrace the potential of artificial intelligence (AI) in education rather than fearing it. The "Writing Our Futures" institute, organized by the Chippewa River Writing Project and The Literacy Center, aimed to shift the focus towards incorporating writing into students' lives, including modern forms like images, videos, and memes. Hicks emphasized the use of AI tools to aid the writing process, helping students overcome challenges and fostering creativity, ultimately altering participants' perceptions of AI's role in teaching.

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July 31, 2023

The Morning Sun
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