Date: 10/09/2023 Time: 3:30-4:30 Location: internet Type: Webinar
In a recent study, about 72% of professors in higher education were concerned about AI being used to cheat on assignments and assessments, compared to 58% of K-12 educators. Indeed, many conversations about artificial intelligence in education revolve around whether or not students using the tool is “cheating” or leading students away from academic integrity. Let’s dive deep into how artificial intelligence can impact assignments and assessments, as well as how you can use artificial intelligence to your advantage when you are creating and grading assignments.
- Deepen understanding of the concepts and applications of AI. Participants will gain knowledge about AI algorithms, machine learning techniques, data analysis, and other related topics, which can enhance their expertise in teaching STEM subjects and incorporating STEM into non-STEM subjects.
- As an educator, become confident in using artificial intelligence (AI) in the classroom to plan lessons and engage students in creative learning.
- As a school leader, become confident in using artificial intelligence (AI) in schools to drive positive learning outcomes for students and educators.
- Help students develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to use artificial intelligence (AI) in their work for activities, projects, and classwork.
Victoria Thompson, MS, STEM Integration Instructional Coach
Victoria Thompson is a Customer Success Account Manager at Microsoft Education, an ISTE Community Leader, and a technology in education consultant. She began her journey teaching fifth and sixth grade math and science in Summerville, SC. After completing her masters degree in curriculum and instruction she moved to the Seattle, WA area in 2018, where her career has pivoted to focusing on digital transformation, STEM integration in schools, technology in instruction, and using technology to bridge equity gaps in education. At Microsoft Education she works with folks across the country to develop foundational relationships with key technology stakeholders to enable quality solution delivery and support for schools and districts. She has managed the Microsoft Innovative Education Expert (MIE Expert) and Showcase School programs, growing the Expert community from 745 to 830 members in 2022. As a technology in education consultant she works with school districts across the world to address topics such as technology equity and capacity building with professional development, and has presented at conferences such as ISTE, FETC, TCEA, IDEAcon, ImpactEducation, CUE, and DigCitSummit on topics such as using technology to create inclusive math classrooms, the intersectionality of literacy and STEM, equity in instructional coaching, culturally responsive STEM education, and equity in educational technology. Additionally, she was recently awarded the title of one of the top 30 K-12 IT influencers in 2021 by EdTech Magazine and one of the ISTE Top 20 to Watch in 2023. She now lives in Winter Garden, FL with her wife, Kourtney, and her dog, Ren.
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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/161162