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Tuesday, October 29 • 11:00am - 11:50am
AI Goes to School

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STEAM, Design Thinking, Coding, and now AI; this new educational trend is bound to excite your innovative passions. This session will knock your socks off and prepare you to introduce AI into your classroom. Educators will

Explore the why, what, and how of artificial intelligence components and their current/future applications.

Describe how student exploration of artificial intelligence concepts and applications support the development of design thinking, STEAM skills, digital fluency in the classroom, and critical use of technology.

Identify tools and approaches for using artificial intelligence to support in your Future Ready classroom.

Reflect on ways to leverage artificial intelligence applications to nurture students’ interests and talents in computer science.

The purpose of the presentation is to give awareness to educators on the importance of AI classroom integration. Attendees will need a device and be prepared for exploration of AI tools. They will have time to discuss and collaborate together on ways they can prepare their students for future AI professions.

Speakers
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Rebecca Dwenger

Instructional Technology Consultant, HCESC
Rebecca Dwenger is an Instructional Technology Consultant for Hamilton County Educational Service Center located in Cincinnati, Ohio. Prior to becoming an Instructional Technology Consultant, she was a classroom teacher for 18 years. Her areas of expertise include instructional design... Read More →
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Lorinda Ottaway

Middle School Principal, Clinton-Massie Local Schools


Tuesday October 29, 2019 11:00am - 11:50am EDT
Suzanne M. Scharer (3rd Floor)