Date: March 2, 2023
Time: 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM Eastern
ChatGPT is a game changer for both teaching and learning, but it comes with its own set of possibilities and challenges. Join the learning services team from The Webb School as they share how ChatGPT can be used to support students with learning differences and how schools can help teachers implement this new technology in their classrooms. With any change, often comes resistance, fear, and anxiety. This webinar will help build capacity and comfort as this new era unfolds.
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Grace BenedictDirector of Learning Services, The Webb School
Grace Benedict is a licensed school psychologist and Board Certified Behavior Analyst who specializes in systems-level school growth. Currently in the pursuit of a Ph.D., Grace serves as the director of learning services at an independent school in middle Tennessee by day and plunges into the world of academia and school research at night.
Following an 8-year tenure in public schools, Grace made the transition to independent school to support learners without the inherent limitations of public education. Grace has conducted research in the area of test anxiety leading to the creation of a novel intervention program, and works closely with school leadership to support the mental health of staff and students alike. On a mission to empower faculty, Grace works to expand the role of the learning services professionals to build capacity and participate in data-driven decision making.
Christy SuttonLearning Specialist, The Webb School
Christy is an educator with over 13 years of experience. With relevant experience as an author, mentor, trainer, and teacher of students from elementary up to adult learners, she has positively impacted education by embracing student-centered learning and evolving to match the ever-changing demands of the world. Passionate about student-centered approaches, Christy works to support innovation, equity, and appropriate support for all students.
Currently, Christy serves as a learning specialist and educational consultant. In addition to working with students with learning disabilities, she has led the charge to formalize a scope and sequence, new teacher professional development, and ongoing support of faculty and students. Christy holds a B.A. in communication disorders and deaf education, a master’s in instructional design, and is currently pursuing her doctorate in leadership and innovation.
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