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My AI Art Teacher Sucks

Analysis of “AI essay, a bad art teacher”

AI does not threaten studio art teaching positions; not until robots can throw pots on the wheel or conceive and execute original works of art. AI provides sophisticated searches (text or image); and when purposefully prompted, can combine images in an interesting way. But it cannot create meaningful, personal, physical expressions by an individual human artist.

AI is problematic when used to write about art, it threatens originality, combining all the text AI has ʻlearnedʻ into a homogeneous Art History soup. When all ingredients available are combined in one pot, the flavor will be bland.

A recent AI generated criticism of an art instructor was surprisingly sophisticated and touched upon serious issues for all art teachers.

Art education is a crucial component of a well-rounded education, providing students with the opportunity to express themselves creatively, develop critical thinking skills and cultivate an appreciation for aesthetics. However not all art teachers are created equal, and some may fall short in providing the necessary guidance and support for their students to thrive. In this essay, I will explore why my art teacher sucks…

Although the essay continues to emphasize poor teaching, it also highlights what makes a good art teacher:

A good art teacher should be knowledgeable about various art styles, techniques, and art history to effectively instruct and inspire their students.

A good art teacher should be able to foster a supportive and creative learning environment, encouraging students to experiment, take risks, and express themselves through their art.

A good art teacher should be able to identify strengths and weaknesses in their students’ work, offering specific suggestions for improvement and helping them develop their artistic skills.

The essay concludes: “By advocating for quality art education and supporting the professional development of art teachers, we can foster a more vibrant and inclusive arts community for future generations.”

AI lacks: physical skill, individualized instruction,relationship building, encouragement, inspiration, brainstorming, risk taking, and originality, the qualities of a good art teacher. It has no humanity that can relate to students. An AI art teacher would suck.

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