This past August, statewide AEA leaders and district leaders were brought together for our Principal Alliance meeting, with a focus on the exciting world of Artificial Intelligence (AI). As AI continues to evolve, it’s crucial for educators and administrators to understand its potential in education. In this blog, you will explore what AI is, delve into how AI can boost productivity in administrative and educational settings, and be given different AI platforms to try.
Artificial Intelligence (AI), is the ability of a computer or robot, controlled by a computer, to do tasks usually done by humans. It is built through machine learning and learns from interactions with users. Algorithms allow the computer/robot to analyze data, identify patterns, and use information to generate a predictive response.
Increase Productivity with AI
Check out the document created by Amy Wichman, Director of Media, Technology & Digital Learning, AI for Administrators – ChatGPT for Productivity.
Additionally, AI can be a game-changer for our classroom teachers when it comes to enhancing productivity in educational settings. Here are a few ways AI can make a difference:
- Planning Instruction
- Writing IEP Goals
- Professional correspondence – Emails or Letters
- Handouts or Directions
As we continue to explore the limitless possibilities of AI in education. If you would like to dive deeper into the insights shared at our recent Principal Alliance meeting, we invite you to check out the slidedeck from the event.
Choosing an AI Platform
Check out some of the commonly used AI platforms used within the educational setting…
In conclusion, AI has the potential to revolutionize the field of education. Embracing AI in education is a step towards a more efficient and effective learning environment, ultimately benefiting both educators and students alike.
If you have any questions or would like to learn more about how AI can be integrated into your district, buildings, and classrooms, please contact Michelle Meier, Instructional Technology Consultant, or Ann Thomas, Consultant for Media & Library.