Jul 12, 2023
AI is here. And while many schools are still wrapping their heads around how to best use it, some classrooms are already using it to enhance learning experiences.
Whether that's in animating student written memoirs; or acting as a co-pilot in student research and investigation.
AI can improve learning outcomes and make our lives easier when we have the courage to embrace it.
In this episode I sit down with technology/instructional coaches Cora Yang and Dalton Flanagan to learn more about how they are embracing AI and helping teachers across all subjects embrace and integrate it mindfully within their classroom and learning experiences. We learn:
Curated List of AI Tools for Teachers: https://t.co/hN1tGeE3Ik
Even more AI Tools: https://aieducator.tools/
Get the Discounted PBL Design Certificate Course: https://projectbasedlearning.teachable.com/p/projectbasedlearning1?coupon_code=30%25-OFF&product_id=2039146
Register for the PBL Symposium in November: https://www.21c-learning.com/events/student-agency-and-pbl-symposium/
Dalton's Bio: Dalton is a Learning and Innovation Coach at Chinese International School in Hong Kong, with over a decade of experience in education. He is by a passion for designing authentic project-based learning experiences, and strives to connect students' learning journeys with cutting-edge technologies, fostering engagement and promoting in-depth exploration. His enthusiasm for experimenting with new technologies drives him to integrate them into the classroom environment. His recent exploration into the realm of advanced AI models, such as Midjourney, Stable Diffusion, and ChatGPT, have further expanded his ability to engage and inspire students and educators. As an ardent advocate for knowledge sharing and collaboration, he presents his experiences at conferences worldwide.
Cora's Bio: Meet Cora Yang, a devoted Learning Technology Coach at Renaissance College Hong Kong. Specializing in PYP and MYP tech integration, she enriches education with coding, robotics, VR, digital design, and more. Cora believes technology connects students to real-world opportunities, fostering lifelong learning through innovative projects. Always curious, Cora eagerly explores new tech and shares her knowledge, inspiring students to unlock their potential in our ever-changing world.