Generative AI and the Future of Education
CAIS & Hopkins School
When : Friday, June 16, 2023; 8:45 AM - 2:00 PM
Where : Hopkins School, New Haven
Topics : AI, technology, pedagogy, curriculum, learning, teaching
Cost : $125 per person for CAIS members / $150 per person for non-members
On Friday, June 16, 2023, in partnership with CAIS, Hopkins School is hosting a one-day conference at which you’ll have direct access to experts in the field of AI, as well as hands-on practice learning and implementing the technology in your classroom or at your school. Following a keynote talk by educator and AI specialist Dr. Alec Couros, all conference attendees will participate in three concurrent workshop sessions: 1) an interactive workshop with Dr. Couros entitled Empowering Educators: A Hands-On Exploration of Generative AI in the Classroom; 2) a collaborative session with Trung Le and Sam Chaltain, founding partners of 180 Studio called Unleash Our Curiosity Within: A Workshop Inspired by Marie Curie and Chat GPT; and 3) an unconference-like session where participants can share questions and experiences from their own classrooms and apply what they’ve learned from the day.
KEYNOTE: Harnessing the Power of Generative AI in Teaching and Learning
INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP: Empowering Educators: A Hands-On Exploration of Generative AI in the Classroom
COLLABORATIVE SESSION: Unleash Our Curiosity Within: A Workshop Inspired by Marie Curie and Chat GPT
Trung Le is an award-winning architect and founding partner at 180 Studio, a global design firm that helps communities design spaces, share stories, and plan for the future of learning. His work has been featured in publications such as Architectural Record, Edutopia, Fast Company, and The Third Teacher, a book that Le co-authored with Bruce Mau.
Sam Chaltain, also a founding partner at 180 Studio, has devoted his career to exploring the future of learning. His work has appeared in the New York Times, Washington Post, USA Today, and on CNN; he is the author or co-author of seven books; a co-producer of the PBS documentary film, 180 Days: Hartsville; and co-creator of the 10-part online film series, A Year at Mission Hill.