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11/08/2023, Casting New Light: AI’s Transformative Role in Teaching Students with Blindness and Low Vision, STEM

Date: 10/30/2023 Time: 3:30-4:30 Location: internet Type: Webinar


Dive into the ever-evolving world of generative artificial intelligence, focusing on its potential for teaching students with blindness and low vision. In recent months, the AI landscape has expanded remarkably, ushering in tools that could profoundly shape the learning experience for our students. Join us as we explore these cutting-edge innovations, including those beyond the familiar ChatGPT. You’ll gain fresh insights on how to apply the tools and get a preview of what the next wave of advancements could bring. Don’t miss out on this enlightening presentation!

Learning Objectives

  1. As a school leader, become confident in using artificial intelligence (AI) in schools to drive positive learning outcomes for students and educators.
  2. Help students develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to use artificial intelligence (AI) in their work for activities, projects, and classwork.


Joe Dlugo

Joe Dlugo is a teacher with the Washington State School for the Blind. As a member of the newly formed Outreach Access Services, he provides statewide support in the realms of mentorship and access technology. He is enthusiastic about the potential of generative AI should we choose to employ it skillfully and ethically. Joe Dlugo TSVI | COMS | CATIS OSPI/WSDS Vision Grant Program Mentor & Access Technology Specialist Washington State School for the Blind Outreach Department


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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: