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Language Teaching in the Age of AI: Harnessing the Power of Chat GPT and Artificial Intelligence to Transform Language Education Online

Led by Invited Guest Leah Rogstad, High School Spanish Teacher and Curriculum Designer

Intended audience: (HS, HigherEd, Teachers, Students, etc.): HS and Higher ED teachers, language students
Description of the workshop:
In this webinar, we will explore how artificial intelligence and Chat GPT can support teachers in their teaching and facilitate language learning and also how artificial intelligence is transforming the language classroom and the role of the teacher in the language learning process. Attendees will take away practical lesson design and activity applications to use in the language classroom. We will also consider some limitations and ethical questions regarding artificial intelligence while looking toward a future with its presence further integrated into our everyday lives.
Leah Rogstad is a high teacher in Vermont where she teaches Spanish language and culture. She obtained her master's in Teaching Spanish as a Second Language from la Universidad de Navarra in Spain and she researches classroom strategies and activities that facilitate learning and help teachers maintain balance in their lives. With experience ranging from middle and high school classrooms in both independent and public schools across the US as well as university classrooms abroad, Leah is passionate about translating research into practical applications in the classroom and adapting to the culture and needs of each educational context. She is also interested in the development of intercultural conscience in the language classroom through the use of ethnography and how the use of artificial intelligence can facilitate differentiation and personalization in the language classroom. Leah has presented for universities and high schools in the US and abroad about the applications of artificial intelligence in the language classroom and she is also finishing a book titled "Chat GPT for Language Teaching and Learning" that will be available soon.
Tuesday, Oct 17 2023
3:00pm - 4:00pm
Time Zone:
Central Time - US & Canada (change)
This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.
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Registration is required. There are 286 seats available.


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