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Date and time: Thursday, February 29, 3:30-5:30 EST

AI-powered tools and technologies have the potential to revolutionize the way we teach and learn; however, they are often viewed as short-cuts by many students, undermining the educational value of many academic tasks and robbing students of the chance to develop the executive function strategies they will need for future success. 

In this workshop, participants will learn about how AI works and the ways that it can both help and harm support EF development. Using specific examples of AI-powered tools and technologies that can be used in the classroom to support EF skills, attendees will walk away with strategies for using AI ethically and responsibly in education. This workshop is designed for teachers, educators, and coaches who are interested in learning more about how AI can be used to support student success. No prior knowledge of AI is required.

Michael Greschler, M.Ed. has been with ResearchILD since 2011 and serves as the Director of the SMARTS Program. Michael oversees the development and growth of the SMARTS program, leading our curriculum development and instructional design teams and working closely with educators across the US and around the world to develop customized professional development and training programs to support the success of all students.

In addition to his SMARTS work, Michael works as an educational specialist, using executive function strategy instruction to support teenagers and young adults. He is a frequent presenter at workshops, conferences, and webinars and has authored chapters and articles on topics related to executive function.

Michael holds a Master’s Degree in Education in Human Development and Psychology from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

Elizabeth Ross, M.A. is a SMARTS Associate and Media Manager and has been with ResearchILD since 2010. She has had the privilege of teaching the SMARTS curriculum in multiple schools and in helping to transition SMARTS to an online format. Currently, she specializes in online training, professional development, video production, sales, social media management, and event planning.

Elizabeth holds a Master’s Degree in Education from Emerson College in Boston.

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