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Artificial Intelligence in Education Conference

The use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) has quickly become one of the biggest and most controversial topics in education. Is this use a threat or an asset to teaching and learning? Gain insights to how educators can best utilise this technology in the classroom.

10 September 2024 | Rendezvous Melbourne

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Join us on 10th September at the Rendezvous Hotel Melbourne for the highly demanded AI in Education Conference, coming to Victoria after its success in NSW.

This event gathers educators, researchers, and policymakers to explore the transformative role of Generative AI in education. Discover how AI can enhance teaching, streamline school operations, and benefit students. Engage with industry leaders, gain valuable insights, and network with peers.

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Key Topics include:

  • Generative AI and Education: Explore the transformative role of AI in shaping the future of education and its potential to enhance learning experiences.
  • Policies around the Use of AI: Delve into the existing and evolving policies governing the integration of AI in educational settings and the implications for educators and students.
  • Integrating Generative AI into the Classroom: Explore case studies and success stories of AI integration in classrooms, highlighting best practices and lessons learned.
  • Regulating the Use of AI: Discuss the challenges and opportunities associated with regulating the use of AI in education, ensuring responsible and ethical implementation.
  • Concerns and Challenges with AI: Address the potential dangers that educators may face in adopting AI and explore solutions for mitigating risks.
  • Generative AI Assisting Teachers: Examine how AI can serve as a valuable ally to educators, supporting and enhancing their roles in the classroom.
  • Federal & State Governments Review of the AI Framework: Stay updated on the latest developments in the federal government’s approach to AI in education and its implications for educational institutions.
  • Generative AI outside of the classroom: Explore how schools can use generative AI to transform school operations, streamline administrative tasks, and enhance overall school efficiency.
  • Safe, Ethical, and Responsible Use: Discuss the importance of ensuring the safe, ethical, and responsible use of AI in educational settings to protect the interests of both educators and students.
  • The Benefits of Using AI: Evaluate the tangible benefits of incorporating AI in education and identify opportunities for optimizing its positive impact.
  • How students are Using AI: Insights into how pupils are leveraging and integrating AI into their educational experiences.

AI Education in the News

Shaping the future: how an AI-powered teaching and learning platform is revolutionising education
The pressure for teachers to ‘reinvent the wheel’ when it comes to unit and lesson planning is one of the key factors behind overwork and burnout in the teaching profession, according to a report released by the Grattan…

How this Victorian school is embracing generative AI in the classroom
With New South Wales and Queensland banning the use of generative AI in schools, John Paul College’s decision to integrate it in the curriculum is what some would consider a bold move.

What to consider before developing an educational AI tool
When Associate Professor and software designer Dr Hassan Kohsravi invented his AI-powered teaching tool, he wasn’t expecting to rack up a series of globally-recognised awards and make an imprint on the, formerly ‘AI-hesitant’, higher education sector.

AI a headache for teachers, but could soon help mark students’ work
Federal Education Minister Jason Clare has declared artificial intelligence must be part of the future of the nation’s school system, saying teachers could use it to grade students’ work.


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10 Sep 2024

Rendezvous Melbourne
328 Flinders St,
Melbourne VIC 3000
(03) 9250 1888


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