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07 Aug

Artificial Intelligence in Education

Explore the opportunities for Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the classroom and understand its implications. Develop your understanding of how it can be used safely in schools to create engaging and meaningful learning experiences.
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Next intake
07 Aug
9am - 2.30pm
Assistant principal
+ 3 more
Face to face
Fully Subsidised
Artificial Intelligence in Education
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    This workshop will focus on generative AI tools and resources, and how they can be used responsibly to enhance teaching and learning. Throughout the workshop you will have the opportunity to discover the AI tools currently available, explore how they work, and learn how to use them effectively. Learn how you can start incorporating AI into your practice to save time and enhance student learning and engagement: create tiered lesson plans, generate creative content, such as visually engaging images, and adjust lessons to suit differentiated learning needs. 

    You will also receive guidance on current best-practice approaches to this emerging and rapidly changing technology. Learn the safeguards that you can put in place to protect student data and ensure you are meeting your duty of care obligations, in line with the Australian Framework for Generative AI in Schools.


    Recommended for all Victorian Government school teachers and school leaders who want to learn about the latest AI tools and resources to support and enhance learning and teaching.


    This workshop will be facilitated by Academy Master Teachers in Residence, Rachael Patrick and Lorena Pellone-Gismondi. 

    Rachael Patrick

    Rachael Patrick is a seasoned teacher and educational leader, specialising in the Humanities along with STEM education through a Geography lens. As a 2023 ‘The Educator Hotlist’ winner and currently the Master Teacher in Residence (the Humanities) at the Academy, Rachael is dedicated to advancing evidence-informed practice in schools and bespoke curriculum design. Passionate about supporting teacher growth and development, she strives to empower educators with the skills and knowledge needed to enhance student learning experiences. She is committed to educational excellence and continually explores innovative approaches that benefit both teachers and students alike. 

    Lorena Pellone-Gismondi 

    Lorena is a Science Master Teacher at the Victorian Academy of Teaching and Leadership where she works with teachers to improve teaching and learning. She is passionate about equity and social justice in education. She has been a Secondary Science teacher for 10 years and has also had roles such as year-level coordinator, faculty leader and Learning Specialist.


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    Learning outcomes

    On completing this workshop, you will be able to: 

    • define AI and explain how it works 
    • understand how Generative AI (GenAI) can enhance teaching and learning 
    • discover the AI tools currently available, and how you can best use them effectively in the classroom
    • understand the safety and privacy implications of AI, and how to safely incorporate it into your practice.

    Fees and financial support

    Fully subsidised by the Department of Education for Victorian government school participants.

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