Harnessing ChatGPT to Promote Imaginative Thinking in Students
Are you curious about how to harness the power of generative AI in teaching and learning? Join us for this interactive four-part workshop series where we will explore the affordances and limitations of AI tools like ChatGPT and work together to design engaging and student-centered learning experiences. We will start by discussing the intricacies of prompt engineering, and then transition to the practical application of these tools. Whether you are a beginner with ChatGPT or already integrating generative AI in your professional setting, these workshops will provide a platform for brainstorming and honing applications of ChatGPT for the upcoming academic year. Additionally, we’ll delve into the exciting innovations expected with the upcoming ChatGPT 5. This workshop series is your chance to stay ahead of the curve in AI-assisted education.
Please note that, for this series, each session builds on the prior sessions and preparation materials. To foster an atmosphere of co-creation and continuous feedback, participants must commit to attending all four sessions. Please be sure to register for all four sessions in this series, as they build on each other.
We will meet online from 11:00am – 1:00pm ET on the following dates:
Tuesday, June 13, 2023
Thursday, June 15, 2023
Tuesday, June 20, 2023
Thursday, June 22, 2023
Facilitators for this series (listed in alphabetical order) include:
Ori Fienberg, Associate Director of Academic Quality & Integrity, CPS
Ilka Kostka, Teaching Professor, CPS
Crissy McMartin-Miller, Teaching Professor, CPS
Rachel Plews, Associate Director, CATLR
Lindsay Portnoy, Teaching Professor, CPS
Balazs Szelenyi, Associate Teaching Professor, CPS
Rachel Toncelli, Lecturer, CPS
Lin Zhou, Assistant Teaching Professor, CPS
This session is only open to Northeastern University students, staff and educators. Please use your Northeastern email when registering.