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Bringing AI Literacy Lessons to Life

Tuesday, November 7, 2023 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EST

Teacher and students

Presented by Dustin Rimmey, Director of Speech and Debate and Social Sciences Teacher, Topeka High School (KS)
Moderated by Jennifer Ehehalt, Sr. Regional Manager, Midwest, Common Sense Education

Sponsored by Common Sense Education

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Artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly transforming the world we live in. From using generative AI for schoolwork to dealing with misinformation and befriending AI chatbots, students have a lot to consider when it comes to this ever-evolving technology. In this edWebinar, viewers learn to think critically about how we can be responsible and ethical users of AI.

Join Common Sense Outreach and Ambassadors as they demonstrate a collection of quick lessons (20 minutes or less!) that provide an introduction to AI, orient AI to our students, and help address its social and ethical impacts. Viewers leave with practical resources for digital citizenship, lesson plans, and strategies to mitigate the potential harms of generative AI in school communities. Through these lessons, students:

  • Understand what AI is and how it works
  • Consider some of its potential benefits and risks
  • Think critically about how we can be responsible and ethical users of AI

This recorded edWebinar is of interest to middle and high school teachers, librarians, and school leaders.

Dustin Rimmey

About the Presenter

Dustin Rimmey has dedicated the last 16 years of his life to teaching at Topeka High School. During this time, he has become a jack of all trades in the social sciences department, which he formerly chaired. Currently, Dustin guides students through the realms of AP US and Comparative Government, Economics, and Speech and Debate. In 2014, Dustin earned a James Madison Foundation Fellowship, propelling him towards earning a master’s in public history.

At the core of Dustin‘s educational philosophy lies the belief that play and creativity are vital in rekindling our students’ enthusiasm for learning. Beyond the classroom, he revels in quality time with his three children, each having names inspired by characters from the West Wing. When not consumed by teaching or parenting, you’ll likely find him engrossed in the world of comic books, expanding his Funko Pop collection, or engrossed in a captivating tabletop role-playing game.

Jennifer Ehehalt

About the Moderator

As Sr. Regional Manager, 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

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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Tuesday, November 7, 2023
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2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EST
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