Year 7 Webinars

Use links provided below to access and view archived course webinars at a time more convenient for you. 

You may view archives of webinars from Year 1 of this project by clicking here, from Year 2 by clicking here, from Year 3 by clicking here, from Year 4 by clicking here, from Year 5 by clicking here, and from Year 6 by clicking here

Optional Webinars

ISTE-GM Webinar Series: Policy and Practicality - AI in K12 From State and National Perspectives 

Date: Tuesday, March 5, 2024

Time: 6:00-6:45 PM ET / 3:00-3:45 PM PT

Presenters: Susan Brooks-Young, ISTE-GM Host

Julia Fallon, SETDA Executive Director, Speaker

Bre Urness-Straight, WA OSPI Director Of Educational Technology, Speaker 

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Julia Fallon is Executive Director of SETDA, where she works with U.S. state and territorial digital learning leaders to empower the education community to leverage technology for learning, teaching, and school operations. Bre Urness-Straight, the Director of Education Technology with the Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI), is a dynamic leader at the forefront of educational technology innovation. 

Join Julia and Bre as they share their thoughts about the impacts of AI on K12 education both in terms of policy and practicality. 

ISTE-GM Webinar Series: What’s New in the Refreshed AI Classroom Project Guides for Teachers?   

Date: Wednesday, January 31, 2024

Time: 6:00-6:45 PM ET / 3:00-3:45 PM PT

Presenters: Susan Brooks-Young, ISTE-GM Host, Speaker

Nancye Blair Black, Speaker

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Resources shared during the webinar available here.


A lot has changed in the world of AI since ISTE and GM originally released the Hands-On AI Projects for the Classroom guides for elementary, secondary, elective, and computer science teachers. We've recently reviewed each guide to update articles, videos, and tools. Several project activities are updated to reflect these new recommendations. Additionally, the Appendices now feature a section on Generative AI.

Join the authors of the guides, Susan Brooks-Young and Nancye Blair Black, for a quick tour of the updated guides and even have a little time to preview a few of the new tools.


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