Thursday, August 17, 2023

Artificial Intelligence / Natural Misuse - Managing AI in Schools

Artificial Intelligence can provide great benefits and support for students and educators. For lots of examples, check out my earlier post and video on "AI in Education".

However, as beneficial as AI can be, it also comes with challenges and the potential for misuse.

Recently I recorded a 45-minute webinar to explore tools and strategies to help address these concerns in schools including:
  • 🤔 What are the Concerns?
  • ❓ What is Cheating with AI?
  • 🧭 Setting AI Guidelines
  • 🎓 Educating Students about AI
  • ✅ Using Alternate Assessments
  • 🤖 Creating AI-integrated Assignments
  • 📑 Encouraging Proper Citation
  • 🔎 Monitoring AI Usage
  • 👩 Engaging Parents and Guardians
  • 📰 Staying Informed

See below for the 45-minute recording of this session, as well as links and details on all of the resources from the session.

Please feel free to share this video and the resource doc with others who may benefit. This is a great way to help your school discuss and address these critical ideas. And please share with me your suggestions, resources, ideas, and experiences on these topics. I want to learn from you!

▶️ Webinar Video (45 minutes)

Or watch directly on YouTube at

🧰 Session Resources

All of the resources covered in this session can be found in my resource document below:

Additionally here are more resource documents for other AI sessions I teach:

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