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AI Prompt Engineering for Responsible Digital Citizens

Monday, February 12, 2024 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EST

AI Prompt Engineering for Responsible Digital Citizens

Presented by Tali Horowitz, Director of East Coast Education, Common Sense Education; and Sue Thotz, Director of Education Outreach, Common Sense Education
Moderated by Jennifer Ehehalt, Sr. Regional Manager, Midwest, Common Sense Education

Sponsored by Common Sense Education

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How can we use AI ethically and purposefully? Join Common Sense Education’s Tali Horowitz, Director of East Coast Education, and Sue Thotz, Director of Education Outreach, as they discuss how a foundation of digital citizenship can be applied to prompt engineering. To get the most out of our AI tools, we need to know how to ask the right questions.

In this edWebinar, you learn how to apply core digital citizenship concepts of privacy, media literacy, creators’ rights, and mitigating bias for responsible results. Come ready to share your ideas around ethical prompts and leave with concrete suggestions for prompt engineering for you as an educator, in combination with AI literacy lessons that you can use with your students to talk about some of the key challenges of our AI world.

This recorded edWebinar is of interest to K-12 teachers, librarians, and school leaders.

Tali Horowitz

About the Presenters

Tali Horowitz is the East Coast Education Director at Common Sense Education, where she works with educators and families to empower kids to meaningfully harness the power of media and technology for learning and life. She partners with state-level organizations, school districts, and community organizations to help integrate Common Sense Education resources. She provides educational leadership through consultation with school districts, professional development (both in person and virtual), and conference presentations. Tali has been an educator for 20 years. Her passions include helping educators and families effectively navigate the digital world and building cultural competency. She has worked in a variety of educational settings, including as an elementary school teacher in the New York City Department of Education and the San Francisco Unified School District. In 2013, she received a Fulbright Fellowship to research culturally responsive pedagogy in New Zealand. In her free time, she loves face-to-face interactions with friends and family.

Sue Thotz is the Director of Education Outreach for Common Sense Education and Co-founder of Equity in Action CA. In 2011, Sue began working for Common Sense by providing support and training for educators and administrators on issues of digital culture and wellness. As a co-founder of Equity in Action CA, she has facilitated conferences that emphasize the importance of identity and belonging and strive to amplify marginalized voices in the education technology space. Sue is the winner of the 2023 CUE Making IT Happen Award. Prior to Common Sense, Sue was a researcher and educator. She holds a master’s degree in public health and an undergraduate degree in zoology and chemistry.

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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