ChatGPT marks end of homework at Alleyn’s School | News
Schools are having to ditch traditional homework as a test of what kids know because the AI software is so powerful, according to a leading school principal.
Instead, students at Alleyn’s School in southeast London, which has an annual fee of more than £22,800, are being asked to do in-depth research before their next class, according to its headmaster Jane Lunnon.
The AI bot ChatGPT has accelerated the use of “flipped learning” where students prepare at home for in-class discussions and assessment.
Lannon said it no longer makes sense for students to complete essays at home to get grades. Teachers should instead conduct research on topics for discussion and assessment in the classroom, a process that was already underway at her school.