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Leading the Charge: Why Educators and Students Need AI Policies

Thursday, April 11, 2024
 12:00 pm PT/ 2:00 pm CT/ 3:00 pm ET

Join Us for a Free 60-Minute Live Webinar


During this webinar, we will have a comprehensive discussion about the importance of creating a sound AI policy in all K–12 institutions. We will discuss what a pedagogically sound AI policy looks like and what building leaders and administrators can do to stay ahead of the curve. Learn how to develop AI policies and establish AI committees at the district level!

Key Outcomes: 

  • How to craft effective AI policies. 
  • Considerations for policy formulation. 
  • Examples of AI policies in action. 
  • The importance of policies and communicating them to students. 
  • How AI policies align with best teaching practices. 
  • Ways to incorporate ethical generative AI use by prioritizing clear expectations and education.

Don't miss this opportunity to gain valuable insight and learn how to create effective AI policies the support educational frameworks. Register now! 

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Michelle B.

Michelle Brummond
AVID Learning Designer,
Digital Learning

Michelle is a forward-thinking educational leader committed to empowering learners to build the necessary skills for a successful future. As a Learning Designer on AVID's Digital Learning team, Michelle creates and executes research-based strategies and digital solutions to enhance professional learning materials for educators across the country. With prior experience as a secondary English teacher, technology integration specialist, and AVID staff developer, Michelle brings a diverse skill set to her work. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of North Carolina, Wilmington and a Master of Arts in Educational Technology Leadership from George Washington University.

Kelsey B.

Kelsey Behringer
Packback CEO

Kelsey has trained over 10,000 educators around the intersection of AI and pedagogy, helping educators implement best practices that advance student voice, agency, and purpose. She is the CEO of the education technology organization, Packback, which is an “AI writing tutor for every student and an AI grading assistant for every teacher.” She has held numerous roles at the organization from being an educator trainer, manager, director, VP, and COO before starting as CEO. Kelsey approaches her work through the lens of her experiences as a former STEM teacher in Chicago and Indianapolis. She is a Fast Company Executive Board contributor, and also hosts monthly webinars for teachers and professors where she gives recommendations about AI in the classroom.

This webinar will be recorded! Register now, even if you can't attend.

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