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Navigating Student-Centric Digital Learning!

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22 Jan, 2023


5:00 PM
6:00 PM

This special webinar series is dedicated to developing educators' digital literacy in the age of AI.

1. Unlocking the Adaptability Quotient and Agile Classrooms (ENG)

Monday 6 November, 17:00 - 18:00 CET

Navigating "predictability unpredictability" and how educators and schools navigate accelerated change and translating this to approaches in  schools and the classroom with - Adaptability Quotient and Agile Classrooms


John Mikton - Primary Technology for Learning Coordinator, International School of Geneva

2. AI cohabitation in a school setting / La cohabitation de l'IA dans un cadre scolaire (ENG and FR)

Monday 4 December / Lundi 4 décembre, 17:00 - 18:00 CET

English session - Join our one-hour workshop to explore AI in education, including its strategic implications in schools, the ethical considerations surrounding Generative AI, Large Language Models, and how AI can enhance education. Expect overviews, hands-on activities, and discussions on ethics.


Wolfgang Soeldner - ICT Campus partner, International School of Geneva

Seance Française - Rejoignez notre atelier d'une heure pour explorer l'IA dans l'éducation, y compris ses implications stratégiques dans les écoles, les considérations éthiques entourant l'IA générative, les grands modèles de langage, et la façon dont l'IA peut améliorer l'éducation. Attendez-vous à des aperçus, des activités pratiques et des discussions sur l'éthique.


John Mikton - Technology for Learning Coordinator, International School of Geneva

3. Navigating Student-Centric Digital Learning! (ENG)

Monday 22 January, 17:00 -18:00 CET

Join us to decode the EdTech Enigma! A journey through the maze of educational technology together! Find out how to sift through the buzz, pick the right tools, and align them with digital learning theories, your school’s specifics, and your students’ needs. Learn how technology and AI can make teaching more relevant, learning more engaging, and education more sustainable.


Gayani Koralegedara - ICT Campus partner, International School of Geneva

Wolfgang Soeldner - ICT Campus partner, International School of Geneva

4. Best Edtech tools that work for students, and why they love it / Les meilleurs outils Edtech pour les élèves, et les raisons de leur succés (ENG and FR)

Monday 12 February, 17:00 - 18:00 CET

English session - There are a lot of EdTech tools out there. We will present some of the best ones we’ve found and that we're using in the classroom. This will help in selecting the best EdTech tools that comply with data protection, safeguarding and other requirements.


Jeroen Moerland - Technology for Learning Coordinator, International School of Geneva

Séance Française - Il existe un grand nombre d'outils EdTech. Nous présenterons quelques-uns des meilleurs outils que nous avons trouvés et que nous utilisons en classe. Cela aidera à sélectionner le meilleur outil EdTech et à comprendre comment ils fonctionnent en matière de protection des données.


Christine Paul-Guillot - Technology for Learning Coordinator, International School of Geneva

5. AI tools being used in the classroom today (ENG)

Monday 11 March, 17:00 - 18:00 CET

You (might) have heard of OpenAI, ChatGPT and Bard but this session will look a little deeper at digital tools that use AI to support teaching and promote learning.


Jereon Moerland - Technology for Learning Coordinator, International School of Geneva

Richard Allaway  - ICT Campus Partner, International School of Geneva

6. How different might teaching and learning be in the future? (ENG)

Monday 22 April, 17:00 - 18:00 CET

Using current trends, examples of new digital products and possible approaches we will discuss how teaching and learning could be ‘different’ in 2, 5 and 10 years time.


Richard Allaway - ICT Campus Partner, International School of Geneva

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