AI For Educators - Learning Strategies, Teacher Efficiencies, And A Vision For An Artificial Intelligence Future
This is a must read for educators!
Educators must understand that Artificial Intelligence - and the impact it has on education - is here and now. The author, Matt Miller, shares the importance of preparing students for their future, not our present. He explains Artificial Intelligence in understandable terms and gives 30 very specific ways teachers can embrace AI so that it supports teaching and learning and makes educating students more efficient.
Graduate Credits/Clock Hours: 3 Quarter Graduate Credits offered through Seattle Pacific University (credits available soon) or 30 Clock Hours offered.
WA State OSPI clock hours offered through approved provider ESD 112
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1) Purchase and read AI FOR EDUCATORS - Learning Strategies, Teacher Efficiencies, and a Vision for an Artificial Intelligence Future, By Matt Miller
You can find this book at amazon.com or your favorite bookstore.
2) Write complete answers to all of the questions on the Book Study Handout. The handout is provided to you after registration is completed.
3) Take a look at the 30 ideas for using AI assistants in classrooms, beginning on page 47 of the text. Choose 5 of those ideas and then write a 3-4 page paper detailing which ideas you chose, how you believe those ideas will have a positive impact on your classroom instruction and describe your general feeling - at this point in time - about Artificial Intelligence and its potential to help you become a better educator. Be sure to address why you chose those 5 specific ideas to incorporate into your classroom setting. Also, if you have reservations about AI and its impact on education, please share those as well.
Turn in the 3-4 page paper.
All 3 assignments must be completed within 1 year. Upload completed handout and paper to your Dashboard on the website or email all completed assignments and paperwork to firstname.lastname@example.org.
SPU NOTE: Please be sure to register prior to completing any coursework. Registering for a course after coursework has been started violates accreditation standards and puts the University at risk; therefore, SPU reserves the right to not award credit if students are found to be in violation of this policy.
2) The rubric for the Book Study Handout is broken down into four (4) goal areas.
The first goal area pertains to questions #1-19 on the handout. You will simply need to answer these questions and earn a “1”, “2”, “3”, or “4” according to the rubric.
The second goal area pertains to questions #20-29 on the handout. You will simply need to answer these questions and earn a “1”, “2”, “3”, or “4” according to the rubric.
The third goal area pertains to questions #30-40 on the handout. You will simply need to answer these questions and earn a “1”, “2”, “3”, or “4” according to the rubric.
The fourth goal area pertains to questions #41- 45 on the handout. You will simply need to answer these questions and earn a “1”, “2”, “3”, or “4” according to the rubric.
The maximum number of combined points that can be earned is 20 (4 points on each of the 4 goal areas for the answers to the questions on the handout and 4 points for the reflection paper).
3) The rubric for the AI FOR EDUCATORS Reflection Paper explains how to earn a “1”, “2”, “3” or “4”.
For SPU Credit:
“A” grade = 20 points
“B” grade = 18-19 points
“C” grade = 16-17 points
“D” grade = 14-15 points
“F” grade = 13 points or less
An “NC” (no credit) grade will be given if all three assignments are not completed within one year.
Pass/No Pass Grading System (for clock hours or continuing education credits)
Pass = 18-20 points
No Pass = Less than 18 points
An “NC” (no credit) grade will be given if all three (3) assignments are not completed within (1) year.
Earn 3 graduate level quarter credits offered through Seattle Pacific University, an accredited university. Additional $180 fee, payable to SPU. You must register with SPU* first to earn graduate credit.
Students also have the option of earning 30 Clock Hours. Other known terms include, but are not limited to, Professional Development Hours, Professional Development Points, Continuing Education Units, Professional Development Units or your school district's equivalent language for clock hours earned.
A Certificate of Completion will be provided once coursework is reviewed and graded.
Note: WA State Educators have the option of earning 30 Clock Hours offered through ESD 112. Educator is responsible for the $3 per clock hour fee. ESD clock hour claim code will be forwarded to you once the course is completed.
*Graduate credits coming soon!
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