Teaching in the Age of AI: Making the "New Normal" Work in your Classroom

As the use of AI in education grows, teachers are faced with new challenges and opportunities. Join us for a free 40-minute webinar that will explore the benefits and concerns of AI in the classroom, and how you can use this technology to your benefit (instead of it using you!).

Don't miss this opportunity to learn about the future of AI in the classroom! By registering now, you will:

  • Learn about the latest developments in AI in education
  • Discover the potential benefits and downfalls of AI in the classroom
  • Learn how to effectively counter issues like cheating, "null and void" activities, and other worries
  • Gain insights on how to easily adapt lesson planning so AI isn't a concern

You've probably been to a free workshop before, but I bet it left you...

✔️Even more overwhelmed than before you started ("Is that even possible?!")

✔️Searching for more information (or just letting the ideas go by the wayside because you don't have time to research)

✔️Feeling guilty over the things you "should" be doing in your classroom to get it "right"

✔️Wondering if teaching is even where you should be anymore

✔️Left with just one option: Spend money you don't have on a program that you don't have time for (Full transparency: I'll be talking about my own program at the end of the workshop, but I'll tell you right now...it's structured to walk you through your lesson planning AS you do it...and it consistently leaves teachers with options in the classroom, less stress on their hearts, and more time in their lives!)

⭐⭐ If you attend 100% of the workshop, you will receive a 40-minute PD certificate upon completion⭐⭐

Use the drop-down menu after clicking below to find a time that works for you!

Presented by:

Jenn Breisacher
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Jenn Breisacher started her teaching journey in 2007. She graduated Cum Laude with her BA from Monmouth University with dual majors in both History and Education. Throughout her tenure of teaching, she taught in both an affluent, academically charged district and also a Title I, technical CTE school. Through her own research and both trial and (lots of) error, she was able to make the transition from a 100% teacher-led classroom to a 100% student-led one, with her final years encompassing a blended learning model (including teaching a course that was fully hybrid). While managing this, Jenn also started a family and received her Master of Science degree in Public Service Leadership from Capella University. After falling in love with giving workshops to other teachers and finding it her calling to help students outside of the walls of her own classroom, Jenn founded Student-Centered World in 2018 with the goal to help every teacher create a fully engaged classroom, in turn reducing teacher stress, reclaiming teacher time, and increasing student success.

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