Monday, July 17 • 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Artificial Intelligence (AI) For Teachers and Students - Guidance and Use of GPT, BARD, and other tools

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This session offers attendees an overview of:

1.   Information on what is meant by "AI" and the future of the technology (10 min)

2.   Using AI for Teacher Chores (20 min)
  • Resources, ideas, and instructions on how to immediately use AI to enhance communication, grading, and planning, including time-saving GPT/BARD prompts for teachers and apps/add-ons to know and try
  • Ethical and privacy concerns with AI 
3. Student use of AI (20 min)
  • How to open discussion of AI with students, what to expect, how to promote ethical use of AI to promote their skillsets
  • The scope and limitations of current AI Detectors
  • Sample guidelines and policies for updating your Integrity Clause
  • Example lessons incorporating AI for various subjects/students (Differentiating and Translating)
This session will come with a Google Classroom code for easy access to the resources, links, and notes taken. 

Discussion | Sharing | Resources 

As always, we as teachers are preparing our students for life in a future that we don’t quite understand. Current developments in AI cannot be ignored any more than the internet could have been ignored in 1998.

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Michelle Stockman

English Teacher, Robertsdale High School
I am currently serving as a senior English teacher at Robertsdale High School, but I have taught ELA in grades 6-12 in both Alabama and Tennessee during my time as a teacher. I have also served as a Reading Intervention teacher and mentor on the elementary level. I'm able to bounce... Read More →

Monday July 17, 2023 2:00pm - 2:50pm CDT
Room 95