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ISLECISLoft: AI in Education: Learning, Ethics and Opportunities

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6 March 2024

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6:00 PM
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#ISLECISLoft: AI in Education: 18 Months Later – Learning, Ethics, and Opportunities: 06 March


Join us for an insightful and forward-thinking virtual panel discussion titled “AI in Education: 18 Months Later – Learning, Ethics, and Opportunities”. This event promises to delve into the evolving role of Artificial Intelligence in the educational landscape, reflecting on its advancements, ethical considerations, and the burgeoning opportunities it presents.


The panel members, Kelly Paredes, and Ken Shelton, along with John Mikton, bring a wealth of knowledge and experience in AI, digital literacy, and educational technology. Their diverse backgrounds and expertise will provide a multifaceted view of how AI has transformed educational paradigms over the past 18 months.


Panel questions include...


Learning from Experience:

  • How have AI and LLMs influenced teaching approaches and student learning outcomes from your respective experiences working with schools and educators over the past 18 months?

  • What are some notable successes and challenges that educators have had to engage in integrating these tools into both their workflows and into the lessons, units, curriculums?

Cautions and Ethical Considerations:

  • In what ways do you feel school leaders and schools can support educators to address the ethical concerns surrounding the use of AI and LLMs in the classroom, particularly in terms of bias, plagiarism, and privacy?

Supporting the Large School Community, Including Parents:

  • What have you seen as good practice and what do feel schools can do to support parents in understanding and supporting AI-enhanced learning?

  • How do you feel schools ensure that the use of AI tools is transparent and inclusive for the entire school community?

Privacy and Data Protection: Navigating the Complex Landscape:

  • What are the key considerations for schools in protecting student data while using AI and LLMs? Considering your own work-experience and that each county is different, are there certain musts to consider

  • How can educators stay informed about data protection laws and regulations that impact the use of these technologies in an international school setting?

Opportunities and Innovations:

  • What innovative uses of AI and LLMs in education have you seen recently, and how do you see these potentially reshaping learning and teaching?

  • What strategies and guidance should schools consider amplifying a culture of innovation and continuous learning among educators and students to fully leverage the opportunities you have been sharing?

Future Projections and Preparations:

  • What might be some of the anticipated developments in AI and LLMs we might see, and how do you think schools could prepare for these changes?


Panel: John Mikton (facilitator) with Kelly Schuster-Paredes and Ken Shelton

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ECIS

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