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Rethinking Assessment in the Era of Artificial Intelligence
As schools are responding to new artificial intelligence (AI) tools, many in the education sector are rethinking assessment. Some teachers are developing ways to use tools such as ChatGPT in their classes and courses, while some schools are banning the tools entirely. Given the ubiquity and continuous advancements of AI, how do we teach students the relevant skills and content needed to learn and thrive, now and into the future? What are the ethical considerations around use of AI tools in school, and how do we ensure equity? And, what specific approaches to assessment provide an opportunity for students to demonstrate their learning of skills and content in an AI world?

Panelists include:
-Jim Bologna (he/his), a GOA Faculty member and school leader at Windward School. He teaches Cybersecurity and Introduction to Artificial Intelligence for GOA.
-Sophia D. (she/her), an 11th grade student at Frankfurt International School.
-Tricia Friedman (she/her), the founder of and the Creative Content Director of Shifting Schools.
-Dr. Kenny Graves (he/his), currently serving as the Upper School (grades 9-12) Director of Studies and Assistant Principal for Academic Life at the Ethical Culture Fieldston School in the Bronx, NY, where he also teaches courses in media and technology ethics.

Join us to learn from the diverse perspectives of students, teachers, education leaders, and technologists about how AI is impacting the design of learning experiences and assessments.

Mar 22, 2023 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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