A four-session virtual workshop series presented by ATLIS

Learn from experts in the field about the latest trends, tools, risks, and strategies for using AI in education. Over the course of four sessions, you will gain practical insights into how to effectively use AI in the classroom, understand ethical and privacy concerns surrounding AI, and navigate leadership issues related to academic integrity, future curriculum, and assessment.

Participants will:

  • Learn about different AI tools and platforms that can be used to automate tasks and streamline workflows
  • Deepen their understanding of the ethical considerations surrounding the use of AI in education, including issues related to bias and privacy
  • Explore examples of how AI is currently being used in education and brainstorm ideas for how it could be used in their own classrooms
  • Explore the potential impact of AI on the future of curriculum design and assessment practices.


Four sessions, held weekly on Thursdays, from 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM EDT

  • June 1 – Using AI for Productivity
  • June 8 – Ethics/Bias/Privacy
  • June 15 – Using AI in the Classroom
  • June 22 – Leadership Issues: Academic Integrity, Future of Curriculum, and Assessment


Each Zoom session will include a mix of presentations, group discussions, and hands-on activities that can be done virtually. By the end of the workshop series, participants will have a deeper understanding of the potential of AI in education and strategies for implementing responsible and effective AI practices in their schools.


Send up to five people per registration:

  • $149 for ATLIS members and SAIS members (use code: SUMMERAI_SAIS)
  • $249 for non-members
  • Deadline to register: June 1

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