Artificial Intelligence and its Implications for Adult Educators
ChatGPT has taken the world by storm. It is being used by everyone from real estate agents to school students. But ChatGPT is only one example of generative artificial intelligence (AI). There are numerous other AI tools that are available for various purposes.
Infusing an Equity Approach into Career and Technical Education Research
Join the CTE Research Network for a free webinar introducing our new framework for applying an intentional equity approach to research from start to finish.
Tipping Points and Tripping Points: Juggling Security, Access, and Equity in an Evolving Landscape
From ATP Global's New World of Testing Webinar Series:
Digital Literacy & Technology @ COABE 2023 Live Session (AEFL Week focus)
Summer is over and the traditional "school year" is ramping back up. Join Rachel Riggs of Word Education and Nell Eckersley of NYC Support and Technical Assistance to revisit the topics and questions that were swirling in the Linking EdTech + Digital Literacy Coffee Break back in May.
TSTM EdTech Maker Space Info Session
The TSTM-SkillBlox research team is rolling into another exciting EdTech Maker Space project. As they develop content to support the integration of Teaching Skills That Matter, this Maker Space will focus on designing activities for the nine skill areas. Join the Info Session to hear more about the project background, goals, logistics, and how to get involved.
For Better or Worse: Designing Jobs During Technological Change
The Aspen Institute brings us a timely session on the Future of Work! As the CREATE Adult Skills Network navigates the ever-changing landscape of technology, we are eager to see what we can learn about workforce development in this age that will inform our design of technology-based interventions for adult learners.
TSTM EdTech Maker Space Showcase!
This EdTech Maker Space is the first in a series of projects that will be run throughout the year with the aim of creating, adapting, and curating OER that aligns to the Teaching Skills That Matter framework developed by the American Institutes for Research.