Generative AI: A Fundamentals of Teaching Workshop Series
Generative AI: A Fundamentals of Teaching Workshop Series In-Person
The Thompson Center for Learning and Teaching (TCLT), the Office of Online and Digital Education (ODE), and the Office of the Vice Provost for Academic Affairs are excited to announce the 2023-2024 Fundamentals of Teaching Workshop Series about teaching in the era of generative AI.
Throughout the workshop series, we will collectively consider how generative AI impacts different aspects of teaching. While engaging with the content of the workshop at a broad level, you will also be asked to develop and explore a question of your choosing that is related to teaching and generative AI. Throughout the workshop series, you will gather information (through your own readings, feedback from students/colleagues, etc) to help you answer the question. You will present your question and findings at the UM-Flint Frances Willson Thompson Critical Issues Conference on March 7, 2024.
You will receive a $1000 stipend for your participation in the complete workshop series as outlined below. Except for the Critical Issues Conference, all workshop sessions will be held in the TCLT (1st floor, Room 134, Thompson Library) from 4-5:30pm. A light dinner will be provided at each session.
Complete Workshop Series Schedule:
- Nov 7: Overview and Ethics
- Nov 14: Impact on Assessment
- Dec 5: Integration into Teaching
- Jan 16: A Focus on Literacy
- Feb 13: Equitable Grading
- Mar 7: Presentations at the Frances Willson Critical Issues Conference
Space in this workshop is limited and seats will be filled on a first come, first served basis. Registration will be closed when spaces are filled or on October 27, 2023, whichever comes first.
All questions should be directed to Laura McLeman.