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The University of Arizona: ChatGPT Discussion Part 2

The next Math Instruction Colloquium and RTG seminar will be co-convened and take place on Monday, March 20th from 4:00 – 5:00 pm in Math 501. We will be having a follow-up discussion about ChatGPT. Since ChatGPT did such a good job last time inviting us to the event I asked it to do so again, so without further ado here is its invitation:

I am writing to invite you to join us for a follow-up discussion on ChatGPT and its implications in mathematics education. As you may already know, ChatGPT is a cutting-edge language model developed by OpenAI that can generate human-like responses to a wide range of natural language inputs.

During our previous discussion on ChatGPT, we explored its potential uses in various fields. Now, we would like to focus specifically on its applications in the field of mathematics education.

Some potential areas of discussion include:

  • How ChatGPT can be used to improve mathematical problem-solving skills
  • The role of ChatGPT in teaching mathematical concepts to students
  • The use of ChatGPT in creating personalized learning experiences for students
  • The potential benefits and limitations of using ChatGPT in mathematics education

This will be an open discussion amongst peers where we can share our insights and experiences in using ChatGPT for practical applications in mathematics education.

The event will take place on [Monday March 20] at [4:00 pm] and will be [in Math 501].

We look forward to seeing you there and exploring the exciting possibilities of ChatGPT in mathematics education.

Best regards,

We are looking forward to a great discussion again! For those of you that can’t join us in person but would still like to participate, here is a link to join us in Zoom: (No password for this week).

Location: Math 501
We hope to see you there,
DeAnna, Kevin and Taryn
  • Audience: Adult, STEM Professional, Teachers & Educators
  • Genre: Mathematics, Technology & Computer Science
  • Type: Exhibit/Presentation

The event is finished.


Mar 20 2023


4:00 pm - 5:00 pm



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617 N. Santa Rita Ave., Tucson, AZ, 85721


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