Empowering Educators with AI

Beyond Tools: Leveraging AI as a Transformative Assistant in Education

“More than 7 in 10 teachers said they haven’t received any professional development on using AI in the classroom.” (EdWeek Research Center)

Why AI? Why now?

Boost teacher satisfaction and student engagement to prevent burnout and reduce absenteeism.

Increase retention by aiding teacher efficiency, creativity, and connection to students.

AI is happening. Learn and grow or get left behind.

Curiosity + Skepticism = Growth

A Five-Part Professional Development Series

    • Available to fit your school’s or district’s schedule.
    • Delivered live over video conference (e.g., Zoom) with discussions and practice sessions.

Section 1

Shifting Mindset

Explore how AI transcends other digital tools to become pivotal to the enhancement to the educational environment.

Section 2

AI for Teacher Wellness

Simplify daily tasks and free educators to focus on what truly matters—their students.

Section 3

Creativity Unleashed

Utilize AI as a teaching assistant to bring creativity and revitalization to lesson planning and execution.

Section 4

Personalized Learning

Provide rapid, personalized feedback; craft personalized learning experiences that cater to the individual needs of students and increase engagement.

Section 5

AI for Student Wellness

Integrate AI to support social-emotional learning, group work, and problem-based learning strategies that contribute to a healthier, more inclusive classroom atmosphere.

“I enjoyed the conversations and practical use of AI. I also enjoyed the resources that were provided, especially the prompt library. My favorite part was using AI to relate content to students, we used a Taylor Swift example that was very successful.”


Grade 8 Teacher

I really liked the example prompts you used in Chat GPT. I felt it was very realistic for educators, and helped show realistic ways educators can use AI. I also loved the video showing the different perspectives of parents/educators on AI use, I would have loved to be part of that conversation had I attended live! Also, I really liked the use of Padlet, specifically for the participants to answer questions and then use that data as part of a future prompt. It was a great way to model what can be done in a classroom.


Grade 7 Teacher

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