Using AI to reduce teacher workload

PL # 14175

  • Starting on 10 Jun 2024
  • Cancellation permitted until 04 Jun 2024
  • Registration Close : 04 Jun 2024

Delivery Format : In Person

Pricing Normal
For Members $150
For Catholic Members $150
For Non-Members $200
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  • AISWA Member Schools
  • Catholic Member Schools
  • Non-Members

Description

Discover and explore ways that AI can be used to reduce teacher workload.

Artificial intelligence has become a crucial tool in streamlining many tasks across industries. Teachers now have access to a myriad of resources that can be used to increase efficiency and productivity. AI also presents the opportunity to enhance learning experiences. In this workshop, participants will have the opportunity to explore a variety of AI tools and discover how they can be integrated into work processes. This session is designed for educators who are at an introductory or intermediate level of AI use and want to level up their AI game. Time will be set aside to allow participants to network and collaborate with others so they can develop an AI plan for their practice. 

 

Presenters

Simon Fittock (AISWA Staff)

Technologies Consultant

Simon Fittock <span>(AISWA Staff)</span>

Simon specialises in the curricular area of Technologies and STEM. He holds a Master of Education by Research degree from Edith Cowan University in the field of educational leadership. Simon has a keen interest in educational practice and has professional experience in Australia and abroad. He has developed his expertise through work as a teacher, researcher and teaching and learning consultant. 

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Using AI to reduce teacher workload

Date / Time

10 Jun 2024 Starts: 09:00 Finishes: 14:30

Delivery Format : In Person

AISWA Training Room Suite 1

Address

Suite 1, 41 Walters Drive
Osborne Park WA 6017
Australia

Parking bays are available on Walters Drive (max. fee is $5.00 p/day). To use these bays, you will need to first download the EasyPark App on your phone. https://bit.ly/3R63Ndg When you arrive you can scan the QR code on the parking meter to pay for your parking using the app. Please note that the meters are no longer accepting cash or card payments. Alternatively, public transport is available via train & bus: Joondalup Line – Stop at Glendalough Station. Bus transfers: Bus no. 407, Bus stop: 25350

PL Hours : 5.50

Learning Area

  • ICT Skills and Integration

School Area

  • Leadership

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