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Webinar | How Faculty Can Harness Generative AI for Enhanced Learning: Part 2
February 8 @ 7:00 am - 8:00 am
AI continues to gain significant attention in higher education, prompting faculty and instructors to rethink their traditional teaching methods. Although many educators have embraced AI’s potential, there’s a need for practical examples to help with implementation and assessment.
In Part 1 of his webinar, educational technologist Curtis Bonk, professor at the School of Education at Indiana University, presented dozens of ways educators can use ChatGPT and other generative AI platforms and tools while positioning their use in two of his widely used psychological frameworks, TEC-VARIETY and R2D2. Building on that session, Part 2 will showcase additional ways post-secondary educators are using AI to reflect on and improve their teaching. In particular, Bonk will feature dozens of unique activities intended to foster critical and creative thinking as well as learner collaboration and motivation.
In this webinar, you’ll learn how to address and potentially overcome the limitations of AI tools such as ChatGPT in the context of higher education.
- Grasp how AI in education can impact learner critical and creative thinking as well as learner collaboration and overall motivation
- Gain fresh insights into how and where generative AI is being effectively used in different settings and subject areas to foster higher-order thinking and motivation
- Feel more confident and comfortable about your instructional strategies that incorporate ChatGPT and similar generative AI platforms
- Explore free learner and instructional resources and templates developed over the past year for ChatGPT and similar tools by educators and instructional designers
- Learn how to foster a learner-centered approach and engaging environment with generative AI
Host: Curtis J. Bonk, Professor, School of Education and Adjunct Professor, School of Informatics at Indiana University