Date & Time: January 29, 2024, from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM (via Zoom)
Join us for an enriching online workshop as part of the new 1h4teachers in STEM series, addressing educators eager for fresh teaching ideas and keen on exchanging experiences with fellow teachers. This session, held in English, is titled “AI in the Classroom? How ChatGPT can support STEM Teachers” and is a significant initiative under the 3C4Life project, co-financed by Erasmus+.
About 3C4Life Project: Running from 2021 to 2024, “Perspectives for Lifelong STEM Teaching – Career Guidance, Collaborative Practice, and Competence Development” aims to enhance the attractiveness of the teaching profession, particularly in STEM, across Europe.
- Introduction to ChatGPT: Learn about AI’s potential in enhancing STEM education.
- Practical AI Applications: Tailor your teaching to meet diverse student needs using AI insights.
- AI Integration Strategies: Discover innovative ways to incorporate ChatGPT into STEM curriculums.
- Interactive Discussion Forum: Part of the teach4life series ethos – engaging, sharing, and learning from peer educators.
Who Should Attend: This workshop is perfect for STEM teachers and educators from various fields looking for innovative teaching approaches and community engagement.
Part of 1h4teachers in STEM Series: This event is a part of the 1h4teaches series, dedicated to educators seeking new ideas for their classrooms and opportunities to network with peers.
About the Speaker: Dr. Oliver Straser serves as the Assistant Director at the International Centre for STEM Education (ICSE) at the University of Education Freiburg. Parts of his research focuses on exploring the potential of artificial intelligence (AI) in STEM education, with a specific emphasis on its applications in assessment and problem-solving.
Join Us: Be part of this exciting journey in teaching innovation. Gain practical AI tools and become part of a progressive educational community.
Register now and be part of this educational transformation!
We are excited to see you there and contribute to shaping the future of STEM education in Europe together.