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Thursday, July 4 • 3:10pm - 4:25pm
Artificial Intelligence Education

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How should educators respond to the way the world is changing as a result of developments in artificial intelligence? We want to create a discursive space for educators to consider the overall question alongside exploring the following areas - what would good AI education look like? How does AI impact on how and what is taught within Science, STEM and other subjects and disciplines? What CPD would enable teachers to be confident about AI in all its various forms and uses? Our starting point for discussion is that educators do have a role in developing knowledgeable citizens and users so that they can engage in AI developments in a more informed way. AI is already integrated into many aspects of science, technology and society in ways that are often not appreciated by teachers, students and the general public. Thus good AI education also has the potential to impact on Science Capital related dimensions such as students’ technological literacy and on their science related attitudes and dispositions.

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David Swinscoe

Education Consultant, Ajabra Limited
After 30 or so years of working full-time in post-16 STEM education I have now stepped back to give myself more time and pursue some personal interests in STEM education including Artifical Intelligence. I have spent many years teaching physics, electronics and astronomy, managing... Read More →

Roni Malek

STEM Programme Manager, IoE UCL

Thursday July 4, 2019 3:10pm - 4:25pm BST
Owen 920 https://www.google.co.uk/maps/place/Sheffield+Hallam+University/@53.378081,-1.4708524,16z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x487982831b2243e9:0x37add1086f57be4f!8m2!3d53.3780778!4d-1.466475