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AI in the English Language Classroom
AI in the English Language Classroom

4月20日(土)

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Kobe Gakuin University, MINT 17th floor

AI in the English Language Classroom

The sudden emergence of AI chatbots has shifted all of our thinking around education and we’re all trying to find our footing. While there are a lot of opinions, one thing is clear: this technology isn’t going away. So what do we do? Brent Warner will provide us with many practical answers.

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2024年4月20日 14:00 – 17:00 JST

Kobe Gakuin University, MINT 17th floor, 7-chōme-1-1 Kumoidōri, Chuo Ward, Kobe, Hyogo 651-0096, Japan

About the Event

AI in the English Language Classroom

Presenter: Brent Warner 

The sudden emergence of AI chatbots has shifted all of our thinking around education and we’re all trying to find our footing. While there are a lot of opinions, one thing is clear: this technology isn’t going away. This three part practical workshop will focus on helping professors in the English language classroom understand the implications of Artificial Intelligence and how to use it moving forward. Part one will cover an understanding of AI in education and its implications, both good and bad. Part two will give suggestions for educators using it as a part of their lesson planning and grading to save time and customize content. Part three will hone in on using AI directly with students on their learning journey and how to actively incorporate it into classroom lessons. Please bring  your computers so that you can test the waters and see what's possible!

Brent Warner is a California-based award-winning professor focusing on integrating technology and innovation into the language learning process. He works with teachers and organizations across the globe to provide practical advice for helping English Language Learners take advantage of tech to help them communicate more clearly. He blogs about technology integration in the ESOL classroom for TESOL International, and he is the co-host of The DIESOL Podcast, focusing on innovation in ESOL. He also recently launched AIinESL.com, a site focused on helping teachers understand how we can use Artificial Intelligence in the language learning classroom.

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