ChatGPT Used by Teachers More Than Students, New Survey (Walton Foundation)

Larry Cuban on School Reform and Classroom Practice

These survey results appeared March 1, 2023

Teachers use OpenAI’s ChatGPT for lesson planning and to generate creative ideas for classes, according to the first national survey of teachers and students about ChatGPT and technology, released today by the Walton Family Foundation. While much attention has been given to the potential for students to cheat using ChatGPT, teachers surveyed by Impact Research have a much different view of the technology, with the majority seeing an opportunity for it to help accelerate learning.

Key findings include:

  • Within two months of its introduction, a 51% majority of teachers reported using ChatGPT, with 40% using it at least once a week, and 53% expecting to use it more this year. Just 22% of students said they use the technology on a weekly basis or more.
  • Black (69%) and Latino (69%) teachers reported a higher rate of usage.

  • Teachers are nearly four times…

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