501: Getting Real about AI in Higher Ed: How Faculty Can Leverage AI Pedagogical Strategies to Advance Equality

    Location: MGC 128 or Join this session virtually

    Presenters: Jennifer Steele (Professor, School of Education) & Phelton Moss (Senior Professorial Lecturer, School of Education)

    Time: 9:15 AM – 10:30 AM

    Session Description

    AI threatens to increase labor market inequality with its rapid-fire mimic of human patterns, unless we help students understand its precocity and limitations. Through small-group strategizing around AI-informed pedagogy, this interactive session considers how to help students leverage AI toward social equality.

    Learning Outcome

    • Explain how generative AI works broadly, and why it differs from previous waves of workforce automation to explore how it will impact social equality
    • Analyze tools and resources used in the class to recognize what students can learn from generative AI’s pattern-recognition and types of mistakes
    • Develop AI-informed discipline-specific pedagogy to support students in their use of AI for social equity

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