How Educators Can Use ChatGPT

Transformative teacher Jessica Lyons will show you how to embrace artificial intelligence to get back some of your precious time. You will learn how to use ChatGPT to alleviate daily stress and workload burdens.

What You'll Learn

  • What is artificial intelligence? ChatGPT?
  • How can you interact with ChatGPT?
  • How can you use ChatGPT to create lesson plans?
  • Can ChatGPT provide personalized feedback for assignments?
  • What ChatGPT features will help you raise student engagement?
  • What risks and legal concerns should you avoid?
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    Monday, July 15, 2024; 1:00 PM Eastern

    Session scheduled for 60 minutes including question and answer period.

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    Training Overview

    Use ChatGPT to reduce teacher workload. Learn clever tactics to use artificial intelligence safely.

    Attention all educators! Don't waste any more time on tedious tasks and paperwork! ChatGPT, the game-changing language model, can give you the power of artificial intelligence and free up your valuable time.


    Educators need to find ways to manage their growing workloads effectively. From writing emails to lessons plans to feedback, ChatGPT can be the assistant you need. You can leverage the benefits of
    artificial intelligence while mitigating risks and avoiding legal concerns.

    • What is artificial intelligence? ChatGPT?
    • How can you interact with ChatGPT?
    • How can you use ChatGPT to create lesson plans?
    • Can ChatGPT provide personalized feedback for assignments?
    • What ChatGPT features will help you raise student
      engagement?
    • What risks and legal concerns should you avoid?
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    Who Should Attend?
    • Educators
    • Teachers
    • Superintendents
    • Deputy, associate, and assistant superintendents
    • Chief business and operations officers
    • Diversity and equity officers
    • Directors of curriculum and instruction
    • Directors of special education
    • Personnel and human resources directors
    • Principals
    • Assistant principals
    • Department chairs
    • Faculty union representatives
    • Special education directors
    • Program directors
    • Curriculum specialists
    • Learning strategists
    • Literacy coaches
    • Future teachers
    • Teaching assistants
    • Paraprofessionals
    What's included
    Training includes
    • Certificate of Attendance
    • All resources and training materials
    About

    Expert Presenter

    Jessica Lyons
    • High school English teacher in Indiana
    • Served as a department head and a PLC leader
    • 19-year career
    • Master’s degree in English from Arizona State University
    • Master’s degree in Curriculum Design from Indiana Wesleyan University
    • Administrator’s license