AI is not a trend, it is not a product, it is ubiquitous and expanding exponentially; we cannot ignore the impact AI can have on education. This informative seminar is designed to provide insights for school leaders on how to approach AI in their classrooms and across their district.
Policy & Practice
Explore scenario-based approaches to school and district AI policies
Discover opportunities to redesign classroom instruction and assessment
Equip educators with the strategies and skills to leverage AI
EACH SEMINAR WILL RUN FROM 8:30am -11:30AM*
SeminarS will begin promptly at 9:00am
"As a leadership team...[we] wanted to learn more about [articifical intelligence integration], as it is a question that comes up a lot with our staff....[We came to the seminar to explore] how the students should use it (AI) and can use it...AND how [to do so] correctly."
-B. Drelick, STEM Supervisor, High Point Regional High School
"As...leader[s], we always need to understand what our students are doing and learning...[in order to] better serve them and to make sure that we are engaging our student community. [It is so important] for us to learn and understand [Artificial Intelligence] alongside our students if we intend to engage them."
-C. Druss, Principal, Viola Elementary School
CEO & Founder,
Alex started his career as a Physics teacher and has been leading educational organizations for over 25 years. He has founded two professional learning organizations focused on empowering educators to unlock the potential of every learner. Alex consults with leading education companies and nonprofits on strategy and execution to impact K-12 education. He is President of an educational foundation that has grown more than tenfold under his leadership, and Chairman of a nonprofit foundation focused on mental wellness for children. Alex has a BS in Physics, a MSc in Econometrics and Financial Engineering and a MS in Instructional Design.
Director of Professional Development,
Erin began her career as a Teach for America corps member in an integrated co-teaching setting as a special education teacher and reading interventionist in the classroom. During her time as a tenured teacher leader in New York City, Erin developed school-wide curriculums, facilitated and monitored the effectiveness of professional development, and was named a Model Teacher by the NYC DOE. Scaling her passion for equitable education with Eduscape, she collaborates daily to provide teachers and students with the experiences and resources they need. Erin holds a BS in history and sociology from Loyola University Maryland, a MA in special education from Fordham University, as well as holds certifications as a SCRUM project manager, Google Educator, Microsoft Innovative Educator, and ISTE Certified Educator.
Director of STEM Education,
Marcie Hebert is the Director of STEM at Eduscape and has taught 4th through 8th grade in Computers, History and Language Arts. In addition, she served as the Technology Director for St. Joan of Arc School in LaPlace, LA. As an Authorized Google Education Trainer and selected member of the Google Innovator Academy. 3D Printing and S.T.E.A.M. education are passions that she also implemented into her curriculum and shares with other schools and teachers. Marcie is a co-founder and co-moderator of Louisiana's monthly teacher Twitter chat, #LAedchat. She is a member of the planning committee for EdCampNOLA and is a GEG (Google Educator Group) Louisiana Leader. Marcie graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education from the University of Southwestern Louisiana.