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The Future of AI in High Schools

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) is rapidly changing the way that we perform tasks, allocate our time and even interact with other humans, and the education space is anything but immune to these changes.

Indeed, the development of AI has raised some interesting questions for teachers and students alike. For example, to what extent should AI be embraced when it comes to teaching and learning at school? How do we prevent AI from doing a student’s work for them? Will AI eventually replace teachers? How can AI enhance rather than impede the learning process? How will AI affect both the curriculum and assessment requirements?

Jeddle is pleased to be hosting a panel discussion at Sydney University on Thursday, 4th of April, to address some of these issues. Moderated by Jeddle’s founder and CEO, Jonathan Boyle, the panel will comprise four special guests who each have a unique perspective on the role of AI in schools. 

🔹 Paul Cahill, Executive Director Curriculum Reform, NESA
🔹 Luke Dela Cruz, Education Technology Expert
🔹 Cathy Greaves, Head of English, Cedars Christian College 
🔹 Caleb Stace, Year 12 Graduate, State Rank Achiever

What to expect:

A 45 minute panel discussion followed by an opportunity to network with fellow educators with some food and drinks. 


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