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Thu, 03 Aug


Woodend Neighbourhood House

A Parents' Guide to AI

Join Phil Stubbs (CEO of Verso Learning) for this free 2.5hour workshop that will equip parents and carers with the Artificial Intelligence tools and strategies to nurture their child's potential at home

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A Parents' Guide to AI
A Parents' Guide to AI

Time & Location

03 Aug 2023, 9:30 am – 12:00 pm

Woodend Neighbourhood House, 47 Forest St, Woodend VIC 3442, Australia

About the Event

What's it all about?

In this free 2.5-hour workshop, parents and carers will discover the incredible potential of free artificial intelligence and machine-learning applications to support their child's learning and development at home.

Designed for parents and carers of students in years 3-12 (with a future session catering to K-3), this introductory course assumes no prior knowledge. All you need is an open mind and an understanding of your child's individual needs. Together, we'll explore how each tool applies to your unique context.

Course Overview

During the workshop, we will provide an overview of a carefully selected range of current AI applications, including their features and capabilities. Additionally, we will share effective strategies for maximizing their use. The course will consist of two hours of practical activities to help you get started and harness the full potential of these powerful tools, followed by 30 minutes of supported experimentation.

Highlighted Areas of Focus

Based on initial feedback from parents, the program will cover the use of AI applications to support:

  • Mathematical understanding
  • Reading and writing skills
  • Differentiation and personalized learning assistants for students who require additional support in key areas
  • Critical and creative thinking development

Note: Participants are required to bring their own laptop or tablet for the workshop.

Who will be presenting?

Phil Stubbs has extensive global expertise in the education sector having worked on innovative projects with schools, education districts and government departments in the UK, the USA, China, Australia, Hong Kong and the wider Asia Pacific region. He continues to work in schools and classrooms around the world, with a focus on student voice and agency and the application of high impact strategies for teaching and deep learning.

Phil has published articles on technology and high impact teaching and learning, and served as Consultant Editor for a number of educational publishers. He works closely with leading educational thinkers and institutions and is now super excited to work with parents in his local community of Woodend.

Term 3 2023 Information

This 2.5-hour workshop will run on Thursday 3 August between 9.30am - 12noon at the Woodend Neighbourhood House. The session is FREE to attend, however bookings are required. Please book via the WNH website, in person at the House, or by calling 5427 1845 between 9am - 3pm Monday to Friday. 

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