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Classrooms and ChatGPT: Navigating an AI-Infused Future
Thursday, May 25, 2023 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EDT
Presented by Arpan Chokshi, Instructional Coach and National Board Certified Teacher, Hinsdale Township High School District 86 (IL)
Moderated by Toni Rose Deanon, Community Engagement Manager, The Modern Classrooms Project
Sponsored by The Modern Classrooms Project
The video recording for this program is no longer available.
If all you have seen are the headlines, you would be forgiven for believing artificial intelligence (AI) has killed the academic essay and made teachers obsolete. To be sure, tools like ChatGPT do pose real challenges for educators. However, they also present an opportunity to reflect upon and update our current practices to ensure each student cultivates the knowledge, skills, and disposition to thrive in the AI era.
Watch this edWebinar to:
- Experience the implications of AI on a wide range of subject areas and grade levels
- Identify the pedagogical shifts necessary to meet student needs in the AI era
- Explore tools to save time planning lessons, writing emails, and modifying curricula
- Discuss how administrators, educators, and the community can work together to continually update policies and practices in response to rapid advancements in AI
This edWebinar is of interest to PreK-12 teachers, librarians, school and district leaders, and education technology leaders.
About the Presenter
Arpan Chokshi is a National Board Certified Teacher and Instructional Coach in Hinsdale Township in Illinois. He provides professional development for schools and organizations across the United States on equity, educational technology, and student-centered pedagogy. Arpan trains teachers across the globe on implementing blended, self-paced, and mastery-based learning as an Expert Mentor for The Modern Classrooms Project. Also, as his district’s Mentor Coordinator, Arpan helps new teachers build strong relationships with students and families, prepare culturally relevant curricula, and cultivate sustainable careers in education. Arpan earned a BA in economics and finance from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He earned his social studies credential and master’s in education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Arpan also earned a master’s in education technology (new learning) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
About the Moderator
Toni Rose Deanon (she/they) is a former English and ESL educator with 10 years of experience teaching in Atlanta, Baltimore City, and D.C. They were also an instructional coach in Redmond and currently facilitate professional development for educators all over the world. They will forever identify as an educator and a lifetime learner. Toni Rose strives to be the educator that they never had growing up, so they focus on anti-bias, anti-racist work and want to create a brave space for everyone around them. As a queer Filipino, they understand just how important it is to be represented, be valued, and belong. They especially love being a thought partner for and celebrating educators.
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