Artificial Intelligence in Our Classrooms:
Generative Technology and Education’s Responsibility to Society
Blaisdell Center Pikake Room
Saturday, December 9, 2023, 9 am – 1:30 pm
ChatGPT, Bard, Dall-E are revolutionizing education. You may have heard concerns that these generative technologies are being misused, encourage plagiarism, and rob students of a quality education. However, there’s much more to artificial intelligence.
Artificial intelligence and generative technology can be tools for good if they are understood and used responsibly. They can be used to promote more equity and have the potential to redefine how we approach teaching, from curriculum design to classroom delivery. It offers tools to make education more interactive, personalized, and engaging, but it’s crucial for educators to be at the forefront of understanding and guiding the ethical use of these technologies.
The workshop is designed for educators to explore how generative technology works and is being used in K-12 schools to help students with creative writing skills, history and science projects, learning other languages, and creating art.
Explore the potential benefits and risks of AI and how educators can turn these technologies into invaluable allies to deliver personalized learning experiences to make education more effective and inclusive.
Frederick Lane, renowned speaker on artificial intelligence, and Troy Hutchings, PhD, a thought-leader in the field of educator ethics, will lead a discussion centered on questions pertaining to the profession’s kuleana – especially during times of rapid technological and social shifts.
Mahalo to the generous sponsors of the HEA Leadership Summit and Workshop: