Envisioning the Future of AI in Your Classroom – NEW!

Artificial Intelligence

Are you interested in learning more about the use of AI in the classroom and how to incorporate this tool in your class assignments? This book club workshop will provide you with practical ideas on how you can use AI in your course assignments. We will also unlock powerful ways to streamline teaching and save time. By the end of the workshop, you will have a better understanding of AI and how we can use this tool to increase student engagement. The book we will be reading is called AI for Educators: Learning Strategies, Teacher Efficiencies, and a Vision for an Artificial Intelligence Future by Matt Miller.

Hybrid Course: In-person sessions plus asynchronous Canvas discussions

5 Mondays Jan 22, 29, Feb 5, 12, 26, from 1:30-2:20pm in the Faculty Commons, D104H

10 PD Hours – approx. 5 synchronous (in-person) hours and 5 independent hours

$250 stipend for attending a minimum of 4 of the 5 sessions and developing/re-designing a course assignment which incorporates AI technology.

10 seats maximum: Register here! (Late registrations OK through Jan. 19th)

Please reach out to Sophie Leung, Arts & Humanities, with questions.

Last Updated January 22, 2024