Learning with Vivi - June 15 - 3:45 pm AEST
Catholic Learning Online brings you Learning with Vivi, the opportunity to make the most of the Vivi console in your Classroom.
In this session you will learn how to use Vivi to display learning resources in your classroom, including the use of a digital whiteboard. The use of Student Control, Assessment and Polls will also be explored to further engage and assess students.
You will know you are successful when:
- You can share your screen to explore resources, including the advantages of using Video mode.
- You can use the digital Whiteboard
- You can provide access to students to show their thinking to model sample responses and feedback opportunities.
- You can gather information formally and informally for assessment and engagement.
This workshop addresses the following Standard Descriptors:
2.1.2 Apply knowledge of the content and teaching strategies of the teaching area to develop engaging teaching activities.
2.6.2 Use effective teaching strategies to integrate ICT into learning and teaching programs to make selected content relevant and meaningful.
5.1.2 Develop, select and use informal and formal, diagnostic, formative and summative assessment strategies to assess student learning.
6.2.2 Participate in learning to update knowledge and practice targeted to professional needs and school and/or system priorities.
June 15 - 3:45 pm AEST Register here for this free event.
Catholic Learning Online brings you AI in Education. Are you panicking yet?
An online seminar unpacking the current hype about AI in Education across the globe. The session will look beyond the immediate authorship concerns of tools such as ChatGPT towards the development of policy positions which address the longer term implications of the use of AI tools in teaching, learning and administration. This event will be an “In Conversation” session with Dan Ingvarson, Senior Technical Advisor to the EdSAFE AI Alliance.
School and system leaders responsible for shaping the strategic direction of teaching, learning and administration within K-12 Catholic Education.
Classroom teachers who are interested in the rapidly evolving conversation about AI and the opportunities and challenges that schools, systems and policy makers around the world are considering.
“If you don’t have a strategy, you’re part of someone else’s strategy.” (Alvin Eugene Toffler)
The “Age of AI” has dawned and is off and running!
Within the education sector the advent of large language models and cognitive robots such as ChatGPT has sparked the interest of teachers, students and administrators. The rapid integration of AI tools more broadly within enterprise IT systems offers the prospect of tremendous benefits but also introduces new risks and challenges.
It is said that AI will be the most significant disruption to occur in a century. Industry research predicts that with the integration of AI functions 25% of activities in education instruction and over 35% of administrative processes will be in some way automated.
June 15 - 3:45 pm AEST Click here to register for this free event.
The EdSAFE AI Alliance is an international non aligned, not-for-profit advocacy group specifically constituted to raise and address the unique challenges AI present in Education.
Dan Ingvarson has a long career in technological innovation and has been at the vanguard of the integration of technology within the education sector since well before the birth of the Internet. He has been a Software Developer, Company Founder, Solutions Architect, Integration Specialist, Consultant and Policy Advisor. He is well known for his contribution to the provision of safe Internet access and online learning tools for school students and the development of the National School Interoperability Program (NSIP) run by Education Services Australia.
As Senior Technical Advisor to the EdSAFE AI Alliance, Dan has recently engaged with senior executives from Education systems across the globe as they navigate their way forward in responding to AI.
Click here to register for this free event.
Google Fundamentals for Admin Staff [Session 3]
June 15 - 12.00 pm AEST
Catholic Learning Online brings you Google Fundamentals for Admin Staff.
These sessions will provide Administration Staff with an opportunity to engage with some of the Google Workspace for Education productivity tools. This session will be faciliatated by Chris Betcher from Google.
During this session, you will explore how to become more efficient and effective using Google Docs.
June 15 - 12.00 pm AEST Click here to register for this free event.
Moving from Lucidpublish to Lucidchart - June 15 - 8.00 am AEST
Catholic Learning Online brings you 'Moving from Lucidpublish to Lucidchart'.
In this session you will learn how to move documents from Lucidpublish so you can use them in Lucidchart.
June 15 - 8.00 am AEST Click here to register for this free event.