Webinars

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

After Hours Chats are additional short webinars about a variety of topics related to artificial intelligence and K-12 education. Links to these webinars are listed below this year's course webinars.

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

Course Webinars

Mid-Point Webinar

Wednesday, March 31 - 6:30-7:15 PM ET / 3:30-4:15 PM PT

In this webinar, we explore the role of K-12 AI education in ensuring that all students are successful in both school and life in the digital age. Caitlin McLemore - ISTE-GM Coach and the author of Stretch Yourself: A Personalized Journey to Deepen Your Teaching Practice - led attendees through a series of practices that can help ground our work as we advance our AI education implementations. View the archive of this webinar here.

Final Webinar

Wednesday, April 21 - 6:30-7:05 PM ET / 3:30-4:05 PM PT

During this final webinar for the 2021 spring course we explored how artificial intelligence technologies are changing education and our world. Susan Brooks-Young - ISTE-GM PLN Manager and co-author of Pathways to Well-Being: Helping Educators (and Others) Find Balance in a Connected World led attendees through a series of strategies and activities to help us get focused. View the archive of this webinar here.

Resources:

Well-Being Resources LiveBinder

6 blue light filter apps

10 social media blockers

17 apps for breaks

Top 12 apps for to do lists

After Hours Chats

The Possibilities and Dangers of AI

Thursday, March 25 - 6:30-7:15 PM ET / 3:30-4:15 PM PT

Join us as we relax, connect, and learn together. In this After-Hours Chat, we watched Janelle Shane's TED Talk - The Danger of AI is Weirder Than You Think - and tried one of Shane's AI experiments. Then, we discussed the capabilities and limitations of current AI algorithms and applications -- and how they might affect the way we use and teach AI in K-12 schools.

Link to archived recording.

Additional Resources:


AI Algorithms for Matchmaking... in Education?

Wednesday, April 28 - 6:30 - 7:15 PM ET / 3:30 - 4:15 PM PT

Matchmaking is a multibillion-dollar industry. But what role does AI play in helping people find the perfect match for dating, friendships, jobs, or even an AirBnB? In this After-Hours Chat, ISTE Loop's Josh Werth will take us behind the scenes of an AI matchmaking platform that helps educators build their PLN. Through our guest speaker, break out room discussions, and a hands-on activity, we'll explore how AI matchmaking works, the nature of careers working with these types of AI tools, and the potential such algorithms might have in education. Join us as we relax, connect, and learn together!

The recording is available here.


Capstone Showcase Webinar

Wednesday, June 9 from 6:30 - 7:30 PM ET / 3:30 - 4:30 PM PT

Five school and district teams from the ISTE-GM AI Explorations community present their Capstone Projects and share their great resources and ideas for implementing AI education!

  • Garden Road Elementary School

  • Galveston ISD

  • PS86/District 10

  • North Monterey Unified School District

  • Los Angeles Unified School District

The recording is available here.



Disclaimers

This course is a production of the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE). This course contains examples and resource materials that are provided for participants’ convenience and information. The inclusion of any material is not intended to endorse any views expressed, or products or services offered. These materials may contain the views and recommendations of various subject matter experts as well as hypertext links, and websites to information created and maintained by other public and private organizations. The opinions expressed in any of these materials do not necessarily reflect the positions or policies of ISTE. ISTE does not control or guarantee the accuracy, relevance, timeliness, or completeness of any outside information included in these materials. NOTE: A variety of applications are highlighted throughout this course. Prior to using any of them with students, it is imperative that participants check the account requirements for each application against their school/district student data privacy policy to insure the application complies with district policy. In addition, some applications' Terms of Service may require parental permission to be COPPA and FERPA compliant for students younger than 13 years of age.Before any student under the age of 18 accesses the Amazon Developer Portal, a parent or legal guardian must create a developer account for that student. Content in this course is subject to change at instructor’s or ISTE’s discretion.