Thursday, November 01 | 9:45AM–10:30AM MT | Meeting Room 503/504
Industry and Campus-Led Session
Research shows that workers in the future will need a complex set of skills and knowledge, such as reasoning, decision-making, and critical thinking. And they will have to apply those skills in jobs where they work alongside machines. The next wave of digital learning moves from knowledge practice and feedback to giving feedback on how people learn. That sets up students to succeed in the more complex world of work. Advanced technology, such as AI and machine learning, can help educators teach and assess those complex skills.
Outcomes: Gain insight into new capabilities being developed to effectively measure how students learn * Learn specific ways that future tech like AI and mixed reality are being used to deliver better, measurable personalized learning * Get the educator's perspective on best practices and lessons learned for implementing these technologies
Professor, Department Coordinator, Bucks County Community College
Senior Vice President & Chief Information Officer, The New School