Date: 09/21/2023 Time: 4:30-5:30 Location: internet Type: Webinar
This class is designed to show how ChatGPT, a state-of-the-art language model, can transform the work of special education teachers, maximizing their productivity and efficiency. You’ll learn about the benefits of using ChatGPT in special education, including how it can simplify lesson planning, create personalized learning materials, and aid in IEP writing. Additionally, the class will cover ethical considerations and potential limitations of the technology, as well as strategies for effectively integrating ChatGPT into special education workflows. By the end of the session, you’ll be equipped with the tools to work smarter, not harder, and enhance student outcomes. Register now to join us and discover how ChatGPT can revolutionize special education classrooms.
- Understand the potential benefits of using ChatGPT in special education, including how it can streamline lesson planning, create personalized learning materials, and aid in IEP writing.
- Evaluate the ethical considerations and potential limitations of using ChatGPT in special education, and identify strategies for effectively integrating the technology into special education workflows while aligning with best practices in the field.
- Develop the skills and knowledge needed to leverage ChatGPT to maximize productivity and efficiency as a special education teacher, while still maintaining a focus on individualized instruction and student support.
Sharon Redmon, M.S., Ad.Ed. AT, ATP
Sharon Redmon is a SpEd and GenEd teacher with over 20 years of experience. She holds a Masters of Science degree in Adaptive Education: Assistive Technology and an Assistive Technology Practitioner (ATP) license from RESNA. Sharon’s passion for AT and especially AAC began with her first teaching job in WI where she became involved in WATI and continues today as a leader in the WI AAC Network created by an AAC Communicator. Sharon has been an AT specialist for a WI and WA school district, ECSE teacher (low incidence population), SPED/ABA/Autism coordinator/teacher, high school and kindergarten teacher and now ATP in private practice. Her classroom experience in WI, WA and overseas schools, has given her a unique perspective on how UDL, AT, and AAC intertwine. She is excited to be back in Washington State and working with individuals of all ages and abilities to access communication and their environment.
Email Sue Wright at the SETC office
Clock hours for this webinar and others in this series are available from ESD105 for a small fee. The following Professional Development Enroller link provides more information about clock hours: https://www.pdenroller.org/cwu/catalog/165361