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Teaching in the Age of AI: How to Meet the New Expectations for the Student Learning Experience

How to harness AI and immersive learning platforms to create personalized learning experiences that address students' needs for agency and self-determination.

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AI technology in education

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Real-world observations and teaching insights

You've seen the negative headlines about the impact of AI — the risk of cheating, loss of critical thinking skills, and over-dependence on technology. But what does the research say about how students want AI tools to support their learning? And what are the "right" questions science educators need to ask about AI and the learning experience? Join Christina Fleming, Chief Marketing Officer of Labster, for a conversation with Dr. Julie Evans of Project Tomorrow (founder of the annual Speak Up Survey) and T. Sheldon of Labster's student experience research team. We will explore together how to harness technologies like AI and immersive learning platforms to create more personalized learning experiences that address students' needs for agency and self-determination. We will lean on your participation to ground our research-based conversation with insights from your teaching experience and real-world observations.

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You've seen the negative headlines about the impact of AI — the risk of cheating, loss of critical thinking skills, and over-dependence on technology. But what does the research say about how students want AI tools to support their learning? And what are the "right" questions science educators need to ask about AI and the learning experience? Join Christina Fleming, Chief Marketing Officer of Labster, for a conversation with Dr. Julie Evans of Project Tomorrow (founder of the annual Speak Up Survey) and T. Sheldon of Labster's student experience research team. We will explore together how to harness technologies like AI and immersive learning platforms to create more personalized learning experiences that address students' needs for agency and self-determination. We will lean on your participation to ground our research-based conversation with insights from your teaching experience and real-world observations.

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AI technology in education

Research findings

Real-world observations and teaching insights

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Julie Evans, PhD

Author of Free Agent Learning & CEO

Project Tomorrow

Dr. Julie A. Evans is the CEO of Project Tomorrow (www.tomorrow.org) and is the founder of the heralded Speak Up Research Project which annually collects and reports on the authentic views of 400,000 K-12 students, parents and educators on key education issues each year. Dr. Evans serves as the chief researcher on the Speak Up Project as well as leading research efforts on the impact of innovative learning models and interventions in both K-12 and higher education. Over the past 17 years, almost 6 million K-12 students, teachers and parents have participated in the Speak Up Project representing over 35,000 schools from all 50 states, the District of Columbia and around the world. Dr. Evans is the longest serving woman executive in the education technology nonprofit sector. Prior to this position, Dr. Evans enjoyed a successful career in national and regional sales and marketing management with Unisys and two education technology startups. As a thought leader and influencer, she brings to new discussions insights from her experiences within the technology industry, entrepreneurship, nonprofit management, and education research. Dr. Evans is a graduate of Brown University and earned her doctorate in educational leadership from the University of California, San Diego and California State University San Marcos. She serves on several boards and advisory and is a frequent speaker and writer on new learning models within education, most notably around digital learning. Among her many accolades and awards, Dr. Evans was named in April 2020 as the winner of EdTech Digest’s National Leader award.

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T. Sheldon
UX Student Researcher
Labster

With over a decade of experience in Educational Technology, T. Sheldon has consistently championed equitable student learning and empowered educators through hands-on curriculum support. Holding a Bachelor's degree in Cultural Anthropology and Design, complemented by a Master's in UX Research, she brings a unique blend of insights to her work. Prior to her tenure in the Ed Tech sector, she worked as a certified teaching artist at a Title One school, where she expertly crafted and delivered a multicultural, arts-responsive curriculum tailored to K-8 students.

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Christina Fleming
Chief Marketing Officer
Labster

As the Chief Marketing Officer at Labster, Christina oversees growth marketing, product marketing, brand, and communications. Previously, Christina spent 13 years at Blackboard, a global SaaS education technology company. As Chief Marketing Officer at Blackboard, she led the company’s global marketing organization. She oversaw portfolio messaging and growth marketing for 3 global SaaS portfolios and 30+ products supporting Higher Ed, K-12, and Professional Education. Prior to becoming CMO, Christina served as the Vice President of Blackboard K-12 and Vice President of Higher Ed Marketing and Enrollment Services. She holds an MBA from The College of William & Mary and a bachelor’s degree in business from The University of Notre Dame.

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Teaching in the Age of AI: How to Meet the New Expectations for the Student Learning Experience

May 30, 2024 1:00 PM
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Teaching in the Age of AI: How to Meet the New Expectations for the Student Learning Experience

May 30, 2024 1:00 PM
ET
How to harness AI and immersive learning platforms to create personalized learning experiences that address students' needs for agency and self-determination.

You've seen the negative headlines about the impact of AI — the risk of cheating, loss of critical thinking skills, and over-dependence on technology. But what does the research say about how students want AI tools to support their learning? And what are the "right" questions science educators need to ask about AI and the learning experience? Join Christina Fleming, Chief Marketing Officer of Labster, for a conversation with Dr. Julie Evans of Project Tomorrow (founder of the annual Speak Up Survey) and T. Sheldon of Labster's student experience research team. We will explore together how to harness technologies like AI and immersive learning platforms to create more personalized learning experiences that address students' needs for agency and self-determination. We will lean on your participation to ground our research-based conversation with insights from your teaching experience and real-world observations.

Presenter(s)

Julie Evans, PhD

Author of Free Agent Learning & CEO

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Project Tomorrow

Dr. Julie A. Evans is the CEO of Project Tomorrow (www.tomorrow.org) and is the founder of the heralded Speak Up Research Project which annually collects and reports on the authentic views of 400,000 K-12 students, parents and educators on key education issues each year. Dr. Evans serves as the chief researcher on the Speak Up Project as well as leading research efforts on the impact of innovative learning models and interventions in both K-12 and higher education. Over the past 17 years, almost 6 million K-12 students, teachers and parents have participated in the Speak Up Project representing over 35,000 schools from all 50 states, the District of Columbia and around the world. Dr. Evans is the longest serving woman executive in the education technology nonprofit sector. Prior to this position, Dr. Evans enjoyed a successful career in national and regional sales and marketing management with Unisys and two education technology startups. As a thought leader and influencer, she brings to new discussions insights from her experiences within the technology industry, entrepreneurship, nonprofit management, and education research. Dr. Evans is a graduate of Brown University and earned her doctorate in educational leadership from the University of California, San Diego and California State University San Marcos. She serves on several boards and advisory and is a frequent speaker and writer on new learning models within education, most notably around digital learning. Among her many accolades and awards, Dr. Evans was named in April 2020 as the winner of EdTech Digest’s National Leader award.

Dr. Julie A. Evans is the CEO of Project Tomorrow (www.tomorrow.org) and is the founder of the heralded Speak Up Research Project which annually collects and reports on the authentic views of 400,000 K-12 students, parents and educators on key education issues each year. Dr. Evans serves as the chief researcher on the Speak Up Project as well as leading research efforts on the impact of innovative learning models and interventions in both K-12 and higher education. Over the past 17 years, almost 6 million K-12 students, teachers and parents have participated in the Speak Up Project representing over 35,000 schools from all 50 states, the District of Columbia and around the world. Dr. Evans is the longest serving woman executive in the education technology nonprofit sector. Prior to this position, Dr. Evans enjoyed a successful career in national and regional sales and marketing management with Unisys and two education technology startups. As a thought leader and influencer, she brings to new discussions insights from her experiences within the technology industry, entrepreneurship, nonprofit management, and education research. Dr. Evans is a graduate of Brown University and earned her doctorate in educational leadership from the University of California, San Diego and California State University San Marcos. She serves on several boards and advisory and is a frequent speaker and writer on new learning models within education, most notably around digital learning. Among her many accolades and awards, Dr. Evans was named in April 2020 as the winner of EdTech Digest’s National Leader award.
T. Sheldon

UX Student Researcher

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Labster

With over a decade of experience in Educational Technology, T. Sheldon has consistently championed equitable student learning and empowered educators through hands-on curriculum support. Holding a Bachelor's degree in Cultural Anthropology and Design, complemented by a Master's in UX Research, she brings a unique blend of insights to her work. Prior to her tenure in the Ed Tech sector, she worked as a certified teaching artist at a Title One school, where she expertly crafted and delivered a multicultural, arts-responsive curriculum tailored to K-8 students.

With over a decade of experience in Educational Technology, T. Sheldon has consistently championed equitable student learning and empowered educators through hands-on curriculum support. Holding a Bachelor's degree in Cultural Anthropology and Design, complemented by a Master's in UX Research, she brings a unique blend of insights to her work. Prior to her tenure in the Ed Tech sector, she worked as a certified teaching artist at a Title One school, where she expertly crafted and delivered a multicultural, arts-responsive curriculum tailored to K-8 students.
Christina Fleming

Chief Marketing Officer

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Labster

As the Chief Marketing Officer at Labster, Christina oversees growth marketing, product marketing, brand, and communications. Previously, Christina spent 13 years at Blackboard, a global SaaS education technology company. As Chief Marketing Officer at Blackboard, she led the company’s global marketing organization. She oversaw portfolio messaging and growth marketing for 3 global SaaS portfolios and 30+ products supporting Higher Ed, K-12, and Professional Education. Prior to becoming CMO, Christina served as the Vice President of Blackboard K-12 and Vice President of Higher Ed Marketing and Enrollment Services. She holds an MBA from The College of William & Mary and a bachelor’s degree in business from The University of Notre Dame.

 As the Chief Marketing Officer at Labster, Christina oversees growth marketing, product marketing, brand, and communications. Previously, Christina spent 13 years at Blackboard, a global SaaS education technology company. As Chief Marketing Officer at Blackboard, she led the company’s global marketing organization. She oversaw portfolio messaging and growth marketing for 3 global SaaS portfolios and 30+ products supporting Higher Ed, K-12, and Professional Education. Prior to becoming CMO, Christina served as the Vice President of Blackboard K-12 and Vice President of Higher Ed Marketing and Enrollment Services. She holds an MBA from The College of William & Mary and a bachelor’s degree in business from The University of Notre Dame.

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