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Leap into AI Symposium: Enhancing Educational Experiences (Full Day)

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Last Date to Register: 2/29/2024 12:01 AM
Last Date to Cancel: 2/26/2024 12:01 AM
Agency: CESA 2
Agency Contact: Frank Devereaux
Agency Assistant: Kayla Barr 262-473-1473
Location: Sun Prairie Professional Development Center
220 Kroncke Drive
Sun Prairie, WI 53590
Facility: Door #28
Date/Time:
2/29/2024 08:30 AM - 04:00 PM
Price: $150.00

Part of CESA 2 Power Up Professional Learning Mini-Symposium Series

Step into the realm of artificial intelligence and unlock its incredible potential to revolutionize student learning at our "Leap into AI Symposium: Enhancing Educational Experiences" event as part of the CESA 2 Power Up Professional Learning Series. Collaborate with leading innovators from the region during a dynamic day filled with keynote speakers from UW-Madison and UW-Whitewater, share implementation strategies, engage in policy discussions, and participate in engaging workshops.

Dive into multiple topic sessions including:

  • Fundamentals of AI
  • Crafting policy guidelines for districts including ethical implications
  • Art of prompt engineering
  • Real-life educator examples from the classroom
  • Redefining the concept of plagiarism
  • Resource exploration leveraging lesson, assessment, and differentiation design
  • Utilizing AI for productivity and efficiency

Join us for either the full day in a conference-style format alongside educational technology experts and influential voices to discover the transformative potential of AI in education. Don't miss this opportunity to be at the forefront of the biggest EdTech Innovation since Google’s search engine!

 

Cost: $150 per person, no lunch included. Discounts are available for districts sending teams of 4 or more educators - just reach out to frank.devereaux@cesa2.org.

Presenters: Beth Clarke, Frank Devereaux, and Kim Stieber-White

 

About the Presenters:

Beth ClarkeBeth Clarke is an innovative educator with over 25 years of experience who is an advocate to ignite the learning experience.  Her passion lies in learner-centered pedagogy while partnering with educators to leverage digital tools and resources. Currently, Beth’s role is the Senior Director of the Digital Leadership and Learning Center at CESA 2 where she has the opportunity to support educators across southern WI.  Also, Beth facilitates the integration of Universal Design for Learning to promote conditions for inclusive education, the New Teacher Mentor program to support educator induction and sustainability, as well as the ISTE Educator Certification program which builds modern educators world-wide.  Most importantly, equity is a priority in every facet of her work.

 

 

 

Frank Devereaux is an Innovative Deeper Learning Designer from the Madison area and works as a consultant for CESA 2 in the Digital Leadership and Learning Center of Excellence. His experience centers on the integration of technology in creative and innovative ways to support student learning in the classroom. Over the past few years, he has been diving into the realm of AI integration, inclusivity, and equity in STEAM curriculum, and Design Thinking Projects for the Makerspace that are culturally relevant.

 

 

 

 

Kim Stieber-White joins CESA 2 with deep knowledge and experience in Social Justice, Technology and Literacy.  Her experience in schools spans urban, suburban, and rural settings and includes classroom English Language Arts, Reading Specialist, Library Media Specialist, Technology Integrator, and Instructional Coach.  Kim is in the process of completing a PhD in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis with a focus on Literacy and Equity.

 


 


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