It is inadvisable and against our Usage Policies to rely on models for assessment decision purposes without a “human in the loop” (i.e., a person who may use AI as an aide, but who ultimately makes the decision using their own judgment). Models today are subject to biases and inaccuracies, and they are unable to capture the full complexity of a student or an educational context.
Others have done research suggesting that ChatGPT can be a helpful tool, alongside teachers, for providing students with feedback. The model can provide another perspective on students’ work and can help students think through and improve their drafts; teachers can use it to accelerate giving students robust and detailed feedback.
For additional insight into how an entire class is doing, you can give ChatGPT all of a class's responses and ask it to identify common themes and common areas of strength and weaknesses.
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