COD 2023 - D889

Webinar - Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Education

Educators in general

1 sessions, start: 15-Aug

Course detail

Year: 2023
Level: Distance
Language: English
Status: Ended
Lugar: Distance
Facilitator/s: Mr. Gabriel F. Rshaid
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ESSARP Schools
Free of charge
Exams Schools
ARS 4500.00
Non affiliate
ARS 4500.00


Sessions Dates Start Finish
1 15 August 2023 06:00 pm 08:00 pm


Gabriel F. Rshaid

Gabriel Rshaid is cofounder and Director of The Learnerspace, author of six books on the future of learning, and has contributed to numerous articles and other books. He has delivered workshops and presentations on educational technologies worldwide and has led numerous professional development offerings both online and in person.
Educators in general
Chat GPT has taken the world by storm and threatens to revolutionize much of what we do at schools, but it is just the tip of the iceberg. Artificial intelligence (AI) applications are not only challenging school leaders to reassess teaching and learning practices, as well as assessment, but, and even more importantly, promise to impact the lives of our students in ways that are us significant as they are far reaching.

Our 2-hour interactive workshop provides a hands-on exploration of some of the latest AI tools for education, including Chat GPT, with practical examples, as well as an in depth analysis of how current and future technology innovations can be harnessed within schools.

Course contents include:

· Principles of AI, big data, augmented and virtual reality, foreseeable impact and growth.

· AI powered tools for education, applications to text analysis, summarization, expert systems and machine learning.

· Chat GPT, an in-depth look at examples, applications, limitations, uses in the classroom for different age levels.

· Ethical impact on individuals and society of the latest technology advances, practical examples, moral dilemmas, robotics, deep fakes, autonomous driving and other current applications.

· Strategies for schools to develop critical technology users.
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