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AI in Education: Deliberative Poll for High School Educators

Open to high school educators only.

Deliberative Democracy Lab at Stanford University

Event Details:

Saturday, June 22, 2024
10:00am - 2:45pm PDT

Are you worried about the impact AI can have on your classroom or excited about its potential? Do you wonder how you can utilize AI in your teaching or do you feel like it dehumanizes the learning process? Are you eager to learn about what “Artificial Intelligence” entails and how it can impact your classroom? 

If any of these questions have crossed your mind, we invite you to join Stanford's Deliberative Democracy Lab on Saturday, June 22, from 10:00 am to 2:45 pm (Pacific Time) to discuss with fellow educators how AI should be used and regulated in schools. You will discuss policies regarding the use of AI in schools — whether it should be banned from the Wi-Fi or left up to teachers and students to discern what “appropriate usage” means. You will also get to meet and ask questions to experts in the fields.

This will be an online event hosted on Stanford's Online Deliberation Platform. There will be sessions between deliberating teachers and expert panels where there will be Q&A time. Further details will be emailed to you.

Register here

This event is being led by students at The Quarry Lane School, Saratoga High School, and Lynbrook High School.

Schedule

Saturday, May 18, 2024

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    First Small Group Deliberation Session

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    Plenary Session 1

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    Break

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    Second Small Group Deliberation Session

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    Plenary Session 2

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