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Transforming Education with AI: What Educators Need to Know

Monday, September 18, 2023 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT

Presented by Alex Kotran, Co-Founder and CEO, The AI Education Project; and Jennifer Ehehalt, Sr. Regional Manager, Midwest, Common Sense Education

Sponsored by Common Sense Education

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Join Alex Kotran, Co-Founder and CEO of The AI Education Project, as he dives into the world of AI, focusing on its transformative influence in education. In this edWebinar, educators get a closer look at how AI’s rapid advancement is prompting a wave of change across the education landscape. Viewers learn about:

  • AI and organizational structure: Explore how AI can streamline administrative tasks, offering school leaders innovative solutions for efficiency
  • AI in instruction: Understand the evolving roles and responsibilities of tech coaches and teachers as AI becomes an integral part of instructional technologies
  • AI and student impact: Discuss the ethical considerations surrounding AI literacy and the misuse of AI technologies among students
  • Toolkit for action: Receive practical, free resources for digital citizenship, lesson plans, and strategies to mitigate the potential harms of generative AI in school communities

Amidst rapid technological advancements and a global pandemic, the need for agile, informed educational leadership has never been greater. Equip yourself with actionable insights to proactively address challenges and opportunities in this AI-driven educational landscape.

This recorded edWebinar is designed for middle and high school educators, school administrators, tech coaches, and anyone interested in the ethical and practical implications of AI in education.

Alex Kotran

About the Presenters

Alex Kotran is the founder and CEO of aiEDU. He oversees strategy, partnerships, fundraising, and external relations. Prior to founding the AI Education Project, Alex built the AI ethics and corporate social responsibility function for H5, Inc., a pioneering AI company in the legal services sector. At H5, Alex led strategic partnerships with organizations including the United Nations, NYU School of Law, the OECD, and IEEE to develop judicial education programs and high-profile convenings. Prior to his time in the social impact and non-profit space, Alex managed brand and policy communications for companies including Oracle, Airbnb, Nissan, HP, Adobe, and SAP. He was a lead field organizer in Columbus, OH for the 2012 Obama campaign and served as a presidential appointee under HHS Secretary Sylvia Burwell, where he managed communications and community outreach for ACA open enrollment, two SCOTUS rulings, and the 2015 Ebola outbreak.

Jennifer Ehehalt

As Sr. Regional Manager for Common Sense Education, Jennifer Ehehalt designs and delivers high-quality professional development opportunities for educators across the country. She spotlights thought leaders by creating and moderating conversations on timely topics relevant to digital teaching and learning. When attending Jennifer’s edWeb sessions, participants know they’ll leave with concrete strategies from the field, including how to build a positive school culture, how to use straightforward templates to guide challenging conversations, and family engagement implementation ideas.

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Common Sense Education develops high-quality digital citizenship programs and digital teaching resources, providing educators and students with the digital learning tools they need to harness the power of technology for life.

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