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A human approach towards a generative AI literacy framework

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posted on 2024-07-03, 16:50 authored by Reya SalibaReya Saliba

As we recover from the latest pandemic, accepting the transformation that higher education experienced, revamping our curricula, and supporting the emerging needs of our students, Generative AI (GenAI) comes unannounced, adding to the uncertainty that our role and institutions attempt to navigate and threatening the very essence of our beings: our critical thinking abilities. Critical thinking is the result of human cognitive efforts. When humans engage with a specific task, they rely on their cognitive skills (Westbrook & Braver, 2015) to make a decision, solve a problem, or simply plan their next move. Our role as educators is to ensure students’ critical thinking skills are activated, enhanced, and continuously triggered.


Presented at the 6th Annual Philosophy and Theory of Higher Education Conference, Trondheim, Norway, June 11-13, 2004

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2024-06-11

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