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AI CPD for Educators

Harness the potential of AI for your teaching with Professor Rose Luckin's Continuing Professional Development

Learn in your own time:

AI CPD Essentials for Teachers

 

This course has been designed to provide an overview of the developments in artificial intelligence so far with a focus on education, the potential benefits of using artificial intelligence in education, the potential threats we may face as educators from artificial intelligence and a guide to harnessing artificial intelligence in your unique context.

Format: Asynchronous

Price: £

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If you want your CPD performed live: online or in-person

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AI Essentials for Teachers 

Format: Synchronous

Price: prices start from £250

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AI Strategy Essentials for School Leaders

Format: Synchronous

Price: prices start from £250

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AI Strategy Development Workshops

Format: Synchronous

Price: prices start from £600

Our AI Essentials and AI Strategy Programmes for education can be delivered as virtual or face-to-face training sessions and are available in the following formats:

 

  • AI Essentials for Teachers - 1hr session or 2hr workshop

  • AI Essentials for School Leaders - 1hr session

  • AI Strategy Development Workshops - 3 x 1hr sessions

TERMS & CONDITIONS

  • If you wish to cancel a booking or transfer a booking please refer to our cancellation policy here

Meet your AI CPD team

Professor Rose Luckin, Founder & CEO

Rosemary (Rose) Luckin is a Professor at University College London and Founder of Educate Ventures Research (EVR) who has spent over 30 years developing and studying AI for Education. She is renowned for her research into the design and evaluation of educational technology and AI. She was named as one of the 20 most influential people in education in the Seldon List in 2017, the only non-US winner of the ISTE Impact Award, and one of Computer Weekly’s top 50 most influential women in technology for 2023. Rose regularly provides expert evidence to policymakers like the UK Parliament's House of Lords and House of Commons select committees and the European Commission.

Rose Luckin has published widely in academic journals, at international conferences, through books, and in news media (TV, radio, newspapers, and magazines). Her 2018 book, Machine Learning and Human Intelligence: The Future of Education for the 21st Century, has been translated into Mandarin and influenced many of China's leading AI companies. Her most recent book, AI for School Teachers (2022), is an essential and accessible guide to AI for anyone in education.

Professor Rose Luckin

Dina Foster, Head of Educator AI Training

Dina is an experienced former secondary school Deputy Head teacher and is currently a doctoral candidate at UCL with a research focus on how schools develop AI strategy to harness the benefits of AI, and augment teaching and learning.  She gained her MA in Education and Technology and also holds a Master’s in Teaching, both from the Institute of Education.  Dina is particularly interested in supporting school leaders with the development and implementation of successful EdTech strategies to address school priorities.  

Dina Foster, Head of Educator AI Training

Dave Turnbull, Deputy Head of Educator AI Training

Dave’s seven years’ experience in primary classrooms, including 5 years as his school’s Computing Curriculum Lead, has given him a front-row view to the challenges schools face in developing coherent digital strategies.  As Deputy Head of Educator AI Training at EDUCATE Ventures, he’s helping to build next generation CPD for leaders and teachers in this space.  Dave has a BA in Media Arts from Royal Holloway University of London and worked in film and television prior to completing a PGCE at Goldsmiths, specialising in Early Years.  He planned, developed, and implemented his school's digital strategy, enabling him to guide the staff through remote teaching during the pandemic.  He recently left teaching to become the primary caretaker for his son, and is excited to apply his experience to system-level digital capacity building in education. 

David Turnbull, Teacher-in-Residence
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