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Thu 21 Mar 2024 11:35 - 12:00 at Meeting Rooms B115-116 - LLM - Attitudes Chair(s): Julio Bahamon

Much of the recent work investigating large language models and AI Code Generation tools in computing education has focused on assessing their capabilities for solving typical programming problems and for generating resources such as code explanations and exercises. If progress is to be made toward the inevitable lasting pedagogical change, there is a need for research that explores the instructor voice, seeking to understand how instructors with a range of experiences plan to adapt. In this paper, we report the results of an interview study involving 12 instructors from three countries, in which we investigate educators’ current practices, concerns, and planned adaptations relating to these tools. Through this empirical study, our goal is to prompt dialogue between researchers and educators to inform new pedagogical strategies in response to the rapidly evolving landscape of AI code generation tools.

Thu 21 Mar

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10:45 - 12:00
LLM - AttitudesPapers at Meeting Rooms B115-116
Chair(s): Julio Bahamon UNC Charlotte
10:45
25m
Talk
Trust in Generative AI among Students: An Exploratory Study
Papers
Matin Amoozadeh University of Houston, David Daniels University of Houston, Daye Nam Carnegie Mellon University, Aayush Kumar IIT Kanpur, stella chen University of Houston, Michael Hilton Carnegie Mellon University, Sruti Srinivasa Ragavan Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kanpur, Amin Alipour University of Houston
DOI
11:10
25m
Talk
Attitudes Towards the Use (and Misuse) of ChatGPT: A Preliminary Study
Papers
Michael Rogers University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, Hannah Hillberg University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, Christopher Groves University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
DOI
11:35
25m
Talk
Instructor Perceptions of AI Code Generation Tools – A Multi-Institutional Interview StudyGlobal
Papers
Judy Sheard Monash University, Paul Denny The University of Auckland, Arto Hellas Aalto University, Juho Leinonen Aalto University, Lauri Malmi Aalto University, Simon
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