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This educator-facing guide provides guiding questions and activity suggestions for implementing the activity described in the AI use/misuse activity presentation deck. Paper copies of the topic within the guide can be used instead for a more hands-on approach. Statements are made concerning the usage of AI writing tools and whether this consitutes use, misuse, or even both. The statements encourage open conversations regarding what use/misuse looks like for a particular assignment or within the educator's classroom or institution.

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